Emerging urban mobility solutions from Michigan

Hear from three mobility leaders in Ann Arbor, Mich., about autonomous mobility technology solutions

May 01, 2018
May Mobility

The Ann Arbor-Detroit region is emerging as a global cluster for hundreds of mobility startups, particularly as a result of University of Michigan spin-offs, the entrepreneurial ecosystem, support services available in Ann Arbor, and the recently opened American Center for Mobility where OEMs and startups are able to test their solutions on a private highway, intersections, and soon-to-be urban landscape to emulate city conditions.

Hear from three of the leading voices in Ann Arbor, including two startups, on how the region is carving out a global position in the mobility game. On May 16, 2018, at 10 a.m. PST, Meeting of the Minds will host a live webinar featuring representatives from Derq, Ann Arbor SPARK and May Mobility. The reps from Derq and May Mobility will discuss their autonomous mobility technology solutions and how they are scaling, growing, raising rounds, and expanding to more cities.

For more information and to register for the webinar, click here.

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