Robo taxis, EVTOLs, wireless charging, and more. The future of mobility is under development in Detroit, Michigan. Here's what we've seen that you may like:
Located on UM's Ann Arbor campus, mCity is an advanced mobility research centre brining together academia, government and industry. It's a place where all stakeholders can openly debate and test autonomous and connected vehicle systems.
500 acres of vehicle automation research and a federally designated AV proving ground. A place where CAV technologies, private 5G networks, and cloud services for high-volume data transfer come together. And where pictures are not allowed...
This open innovation site enables real-world testing of parking-related mobility technologies, logistics and wireless EV charging. It doesn't make a whole lot of sense to have a human plug in a charging cable for a car that can park itself, so there is plenty of wireless, or inductive, charging being trialled here.