Company InformationAmerican Center For Mobility was founded on January 2016. The company is based in Ypsilanti, MI, USA . The number of employees in American Center for Mobility is less than 10. American center for mobility is a non-profit testing and product development facility for future mobility.
Here is how American Center for Mobility describes itself: "American Center for Mobility is a collaborative effort comprised of government, industry and academic organizations focused on accelerating the mobility industry through research, testing, standards development and educational programming."
Funding & investorsAmerican Center for Mobility has received 2 rounds of venture funding. The total funding amount is around $7M.
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- IAB Standards Report 2021
- ACM Industry Advisory Board Standards Committee: 2020 Report Review Webinar March 31, 2021 2:00 p.m. ET
- Peters, Stabenow Applaud $4.5 Million Federal Funding to Help Advance Michigan Technological University Automated Vehicle Research
- Destination ACM Spring 2021
- Autonomous Vehicle Technology Leader, Perrone Robotics is Expanding to ACM.
- The American Center for Mobility is proud to be supporting and attending MOVE America Virtual in March.
The American Center for Mobility (ACM) Industry Advisory Board (IAB) Standards Committee began its effort through understanding and documenting the standards landscape by collecting details on all global standards efforts regarding Connected and Automated Vehicles, and Advanced Driver Assist Systems. The ACM IAB Standards Committee executed a project to develop and maintain a standards matrix, […]The post IAB Standards Report 2021 appeared first on American Center for Mobility.
Join the ACM Industry Advisory Board Standards Committee in review of the 2020 activities and results focused on the evaluation, testing and recommendations made to governing automotive standards bodies on Connected and Automated Vehicle technologies. Learn about their approach and results, ask questions, and see what is in store for 2021. Topics include: AV / […]The post ACM Industry Advisory Board Standards Committee: 2020 Report Review Webinar March 31, 2021 2:00 p.m. ET appeared first on American Center for Mobility.
March 11, 2021 WASHINGTON, DC – U.S. Senators Gary Peters (MI) and Debbie Stabenow (MI) today welcomed $4,498,650 in federal funding awarded to the Michigan Technological University for self-driving vehicle research and development. The funding – awarded through the Department of Energy – will support ongoing projects to enhance connected and automated vehicle technologies that improve […]The post Peters, Stabenow Applaud $4.5 Million Federal Funding to Help Advance Michigan Technological University Automated Vehicle Research appeared first on American Center for Mobility.
Drive: March 23 – 25 | Open House: March 26 The first of four planned in-field journeys from Minnesota to Michigan is set to kick off in just a few weeks. Follow along daily starting on March 23 as VSI ventures from Minnesota to Michigan gathering data and testing a complex CAV sensor suite. Keep up virtually […]The post Destination ACM Spring 2021 appeared first on American Center for Mobility.
American Center for Mobility welcomes Perrone Robotics into the Michigan CAV ecosystem, made possible by CapStone Holdings, Inc. investment. “Perrone Robotics is a significant addition to our technology campus and smart mobility test center. The company is uniquely positioned to accelerate next-generation transportation technology and instant applications for autonomous vehicles,” said ACM CEO and President, Reuben Sarkar. Read the full […]The post Autonomous Vehicle Technology Leader, Perrone Robotics is Expanding to ACM. appeared first on American Center for Mobility.
MOVE America is a free virtual event bringing together the people and companies redefining the transport tech industry in the US. With 18 themes over 2 days, MOVE America invites OEMs, transport operators, tech companies, energy giants, fleets, fast growing startups and policymakers to stay ahead of the latest developments in the future of sustainable […]The post The American Center for Mobility is proud to be supporting and attending MOVE America Virtual in March. appeared first on American Center for Mobility.