Despite national studies indicating weak public sentiment toward autonomous vehicles, 86% of riders of the University of Michigan's Mcity driverless shuttles said they trusted the technology after their trips.
With the Fall 2020 semester sure to be unlike any other, faculty across the University of Michigan (U-M) are preparing to teach in a variety of different formats, for students both on campus and afar. As part of U-M's Ready to Go Blue (R2GB) symposium, Nexus did its part to make that preparation a little bit easier.
Dr. Hampshire covers the social and behavioral implications of mobility, including the intersection between transportation and economic mobility, urban sprawl and segregation, and transportation equity.
Nexus has developed a strong partnership with Grote Industries through both on-campus and custom designed programs delivered on-site. Ontario's Grote Electronics General Manager, Luigi Tavernese, shares about Grote's continuous improvement process since collaborating with Nexus.
While searching for a continuing education program for his team at Ford, powertrain installation supervisor Javier Villanueva came across the Certificate in Current and Emerging Technologies. The specialization in Hybrid and Electric Vehicles was a perfect match. The flexible format was another key benefit.