We’re making discoveries every day. Sharing what we learn helps take mobility innovations from the lab to the real world.
Measuring motion sickness in driverless carsSeptember 9, 2019
Mcity test concept would assess driverless vehicle safety before they take on public roadsJanuary 15, 2019
Consumers Want Clarity on Liability in Automated Vehicle CrashesMarch 21, 2018
Combining real and virtual worlds improves driverless vehicle testingNovember 19, 2018
Learning and Sharing
Mcity is not just an automotive proving ground and research center – it is a learning environment. We bring together industry, government, and university partners to tackle critical questions about future mobility for the benefit of all. An essential part of our mission is sharing the insights we gain through our work.
Better Together: Connectivity and Automation
People often think about vehicle connectivity and automation as separate technologies. At Mcity, our experience and research show that while connectivity and automation each provide benefits on their own, vehicles that “talk” to each other and drive themselves promise to transform the movement of people and goods more than either technology could alone, and to do so safely.
Read Mcity Director Huei Peng’s article, “Saving lives by letting cars talk to each other,” in The Conversation.