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11/11/2022 - Remote AV Testing Made Possible By $5.1 Million Investment In Univ. Of Michigan Site
Mcity, a test facility for connected and autonomous vehicles at the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor, “will accelerate the collaborative development of new vehicle technologies involving communication, sensing control [and] human dimensions,” says the National Science Foundation’s Robert Stone. The test site, funded by the NSF, allows for cloud-based augmented reality testing of connected and autonomous vehicle technologies, which will enable smaller institutions to use the facility.
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