New Testing Grounds for Automated Vehicles in Ann Arbor

Engineers and scientists from the University of Michigan have built a 32-acre testing ground for automated and connected vehicles called MCity. Fifteen companies including Ford, General Motors, and Nissan have each paid $1 million to help build the groundbreaking facility in Ann Arbor. Listen to Jason Margolis of NPR’s All Tech Considered for the details.

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