After more than a year of building test vehicles for development of its self-driving technology, General Motors will build production versions of its Cruise AV at its Orion Township assembly plant in Michigan. Roof modules for GMâ€™s self-driving vehicles will be assembled at its Brownstown plant.
Airgain, a company involved in wireless connectivity platforms has announced a new multi-year partnership with McLaren Technology Group that will build on both companiesâ€™ reputations in leading-edge, high performance technologies.
Magna, a mobility technology company and one of the worldâ€™s largest automotive suppliers, and Lyft, North Americaâ€™s fastest growing rideshare company, announced a multi-year collaboration in which the companies will jointly fund, develop, and manufacture self-driving systems.
Millbrook will become a crucial partner in the recently announced AutoAir project; the world-leading project to bring 5G technologies to the automotive and technology industries and accelerate the validation and development of Connected and Autonomous Vehicles (CAVs).
Autoliv, the worldwide leader in automotive safety systems, has together with its software joint venture Zenuity, been selected to develop and produce the first Level 3 advanced driver assistance systems for Geely.
The electric vehicle company has announced that it has commenced with their test driving autonomous technology on the streets of Silicon Valley, after receiving a permit from California's Department of Motor Vehicles to test autonomous vehicle technology on public roads. With two manufacturing plants and four R&D offices across three continents, SF Motors is aggressively pursuing state-of-the-art intelligent and connected vehicle technologies.