Johnson Controls has announced two multi-year research projects at the University of Wisconsin-Madison (UW-Madison) aimed at enhancing the fuel effici
If indicators are correct, Apple is mining for intellectual property and knowhow to create its own electric car charging network. According to Reuter
Automakers and U.S. environment regulators may begin clashing over the "54.5 mpg" fuel economy target. Federal regulators will soon be releasing a re
Sweeping legislation was introduced Wednesday in the state Senate that aims to make Michigan the nation's leader in autonomous vehicle testing by allo
Google will open a self-driving car development center in Novi, according to John Krafcik, CEO of the tech giant's self-driving car project.
All three German luxury car makers now have plans to launch battery-electric vehicles before 2020 to counter the unlikely success of California's Tesl
A Georgia Institute of Technology research team has devised a novel way to help keep a driverless vehicle under control as it maneuvers at the edge of
A new test system could have a profound effect on the thermal reliability of power electronics in electric and hybrid vehicles.
General Motors is about to start making parts with a technique that allows it to weld steel and aluminum together.
The Society for Automotive Engineers International has approved publication of its first wireless charging guidelines. The "SAE TIR J2954 Wireless Pow
Hyundai says it will launch its next fuel cell vehicle in 2018, and that it will be another hydrogen-powered sport utility vehicle.
The Energy Security Leadership Council, a group of business executives and retired U.S. military officials, is calling on removal of regulatory barrie
The race to develop self-driving cars is heating up across the country as more vehicles equipped with sensors and equipment atop the roof show up on m
The self-driving car is one of the most hotly contested areas of tech development right now, with tech companies like Google (and soon maybe Apple), a
Connected Car Data | Safety, ADAS, Autonomous | Smart Mobility | Legislation vs. Technology | Cyber Security
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Location: Suburban Collection Showplace, Novi, MI
Target Audience: Industry Professionals and Practitioners
ITS America 2016 San
Jose Expo &
Conference will showcase integrated mobility systems technologies.The website will be live soon with registration and hotel information but you can sign up now to receive important San Jose updates at
Location: San Jose, CA
The mission of The Garden Party Foundation (TGPF) is to provide trade school scholarships to underprivileged young adults. TGPF believes that the purpose of education is to teach students skills allowing them the opportunity to create their own self-sustainable life, which goes hand in hand with TGPF’s intention…to help one student at a time reach their dreams.
Macomb Community College Applied Technologies Programs are a beneficiary of The Garden Party fundraiser. The funds from The Garden Party will provide support for apprenticeships and scholarships for those who are in apprenticeship programs that want to complete their associate degree.
The goal of The Garden Party event is to create a pleasant Sunday afternoon. Pleasing to the eye, the palate and for its charitable aspect – pleasing to the soul.
For more information:http://www.thegardenpartymichigan.org/
Location: Meadow Brook Hall
In its fifth year, the 2016 SAE Battelle CyberAuto Challenge™ is a groundbreaking event in automotive cybersecurity. The Challenge is a 5-day practicum based workshop where teams comprised equally of students and professionals, including automotive engineers, government engineers, and ethical “white hat” hackers, work on real cars to find real answers to the challenges posed by cybersecurity in automobiles. Teams work to identify automotive cybersecurity trends and develop talent in a new technical discipline in a high tech industry.
Location: Macomb Community College, South Campus, Warren, MI
Target Audience: Educators;Industry Professionals and Practitioners;Students
CAR MBS delivers thought-provoking sessions which provide a vision of where the global automotive industry is headed. Executive management from automakers and suppliers along with significant representation from the financial community, academia, labor, and government as well as members of the business and automotive press gather to connect and focus on the issues impacting the industry and the pathways to success.
This year’s topics include:
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CAR Management Briefing Seminars
Location: Traverse City, Michigan
Bringing cutting edge innovative solutions to automotive experts, including practical case studies, interactive panel discussions and extended networking opportunities to facilitate introduction of the next generation of lightweight vehicles.
Location: Detroit, MI
The Battery Show Exhibition & Conference is a showcase of advanced battery technology for electric & hybrid vehicles, utility & renewable energy support, portable electronics, medical technology, military and telecommunications.
Location: Novi, MI
A benefit for Engineering and Advanced Technology at Macomb Community College
Location: Macomb Community College - Sports & Expos Center
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The 2016 CAAT
Conference - The Road to Autonomous Vehicles materials are now available to view
or download. On Friday, May 6th, over 140 educators, industry professionals,
and government representatives gathered to discuss the challenges to
developing autonomous vehicles, infrastructure needs, and cybersecurity
concerns. Materials from this conference are now available in our FREE Resource
CAAT STEM Labs are in the News! This Detroit News article shows how our free, in-classroom STEM labs let students learn by doing. In this lab, 6th grade students design, build, test, and compete with their own catapults. This is only one of the many in-classroom labs that we provide for middle school students.