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      Universities showcase their autonomous efforts at NAIASThe talent pipeline for the future of mobility rests at colleges and universities.

      The talent pipeline for the future of mobility rests at colleges and universities. So it should come as no surprise that about two dozen colleges and related organizations from Michigan, Ohio, Ontario, Canada, and more are among the exhibitors and panel participants at in the Universities & Associations community at AutoMobili-D during the North American International Auto Show (NAIAS).

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      Industry must support talent growth for “arsenal of mobility”

      Automotive thought leaders shared their visions for the Detroit region’s strength in near-future mobility during an AutoMobili-D panel discussion called “The Arsenal of Mobility.” Big message: talent is top priority.

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      Feeding the beast: New job demands in the mobility sectorWith the country’s accelerating march to self-driving and electric cars, tens of thousands of jobs are expected to open up nationally in the coming decade.

      With the country’s accelerating march to self-driving and electric cars, tens of thousands of jobs are expected to open up nationally in the coming decade. The question is: Is the workforce prepared?

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      Led by Jessica Robinson, Michigan Mobility Institute is open for business

      Detroiters may be among the first to receive mobility-specific education and training to support global leadership in automobility, pledges Jessica Robinson, newly-named executive director of the Michigan Mobility Institute.

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      Infrastructure, AVs promise safe, efficient urban transport

      Urban environments have the most to gain from the first deployments of autonomous vehicles. But how will AVs and smart infrastructures address congestion as cities become more dense? A panel of experts at AutoMobili-D shared some near-future solutions.

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      When it comes to privacy and mobility, ‘don’t be creepy’ isn’t enough

      Smarter cars mean higher prices. How will OEMs will keep vehicles affordable as customers demand more utility from their cars long after they drive off the lot? Consumer electronics get better with post-launch software updates, after all. Why shouldn’t a crossover that costs orders of magnitude more than an iPhone?

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      Cybersecurity should be top of mind for mobility companies

      Protecting yourself in a smart car will involve more than buckling your seatbelt. Vehicle cybersecurity is “dependent on the personal security hygiene of the user,” said General Motors director of cybersecurity Kevin Baltes

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      NAIAS daily recap with Glenn Stevens, MICHauto

      Join us throughout the week for daily updates from the 2019 North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) and insight from Glenn Stevens, Vice President of automotive and mobility initiatives at the Detroit Regional Chamber and Executive Director of MICHauto. 

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      A multifaceted path to electrification

      This story was originally posted in the January issue of the Detroit Regional Chamber’s Detroiter magazine. Read more at www.detroitchamber.com/news-media/detroiter-magazine/.

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      Accelerating our electrified autonomous world

      Michigan has long been known as the global epicenter of automotive design, research and engineering. As the industry undergoes one of its most profound changes, companies large and small are leading the charge in developing next-generation technologies that are ushering in a new era of mobility solutions around connected, electrified and autonomous vehicles.  

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      A call to arms: Michigan EIBC, MICHauto recommend action for EV future

      To better position the state for the coming electrification of the automotive industry, the Michigan Energy Innovation Business Council (EIBC), alongside MICHauto and more than 70 statewide industry stakeholder groups, recently released a new set of recommendations aimed at driving Michigan’s advanced mobility industry forward in a new report.

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      The Detroit auto show will change completely next year--here's why

      The North American International Auto Show is Detroit's signature event. In 2020, NAIAS will undergo tremendous change. We dug in to learn how--and why--it will transform.

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      The road to autonomy: will we ever get there?

      The dream of autonomous vehicles and the timeline for putting them on the road are vastly different. Consumers are eager to have mobility solutions, but there are still products to develop, technologies to create, and safety controls to establish, agreed "The Road to Autonomy" panel at NAIAS 2019.

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      Video games are the future of autonomous testing

      Video games represent the bleeding edge of software simulations, and the next generation of mobility startups have been playing for ages. End-to-end game-design tool sets like Unreal Engine from Fortnite mastermind Epic Games and Unity, from Unity Technologies can render gigantic worlds and populate them with AI-controlled inhabitants that behave like humans, pretty easily. Both are free to use.

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      When Alexa rides shotgun the possibilities are ‘endless’

      If you know where to look, you’ll spot Amazon’s Alexa at NAIAS this week. Except at Cobo Center the digital assistant isn’t shutting off the kitchen lights, it’s identifying why your check engine light turned on.

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      Mobility Moments Podcast: Vince Carioti, Phoenix Contact E-Mobility

      January 11, 2019 - The widespread adoption of electric vehicles is a near-future reality. We talk with Vince Carioti, director of Phoenix Contact E-Mobility in Ann Arbor about EVs, charge times, range anxiety, and more. Learn why electric vehicles are the near-future of mobility.
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      Startup Spotlight Podcast: Alisyn Malek, May Mobility

      January 11, 2019 - This episode of Driven’s Startup Spotlight features Alisyn Malek, COO and co-founder of May Mobility, a Michigan-based autonomous shuttle company, about their partnerships and deployments.
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