- — UniversityofMichigan (@UMich)Fri, Jan 22 2016 17:00:30Q1. Please take 140 characters to introduce yourself to the #UMichChat community. Remember, you must include our hashtag in all responses.
- — Anuj K Pradhan PhD (@DriverScience)Fri, Jan 22 2016 17:01:40
- — Erica Klampfl (@ericaklampfl)Fri, Jan 22 2016 17:03:01A1b I’m responsible for defining Ford's strategy, services and technology to make mobility affordable & accessible for everyone #UMichChat
- — Michigan Engineering (@UMengineering)Fri, Jan 22 2016 17:05:34In the longer term, autonomous vehicles will open up new options, like little autonomous pods that anyone can use. #UMichChat
- — Anuj K Pradhan PhD (@DriverScience)Fri, Jan 22 2016 17:05:59A2: Connected AND Automated vehicles r the future, but they'll hv to play nice w/ legacy vehicles while we still hv mixed-fleets #UMichChat
- — Trish Plonski (@trishplonski)Fri, Jan 22 2016 17:11:11
- — Erica Klampfl (@ericaklampfl)Fri, Jan 22 2016 17:07:06A2 Ford’s view is flexible use & ownership + multimodal urban travel solutions (cars + bikes + trains, etc.) are best #UMichChat
- — Anuj K Pradhan PhD (@DriverScience)Fri, Jan 22 2016 17:11:21A3:We study driver safety: specifically, implications of automation on a driver, using Automated Vehicle Driving Simulator, MCity #UMichChat
- — Carol Flannagan (@cacflannagan)Fri, Jan 22 2016 17:10:58A3: I’m interested in how big data and many integrated datasets can improve mobility and make cities smarter #UMichChat
- — Trish Plonski (@trishplonski)Fri, Jan 22 2016 17:14:20A3 We’re bringing cities the latest innovations to help improve city operations and commute, traffic and travel for citizens #UMichChat
- — Erica Klampfl (@ericaklampfl)Fri, Jan 22 2016 17:13:49
January 2016 #UMichChat
We gathered an expert panel from @UMEngineering + @UMTRi, as well as industry leaders from MTC leadership companies @xerox and @ford to discuss developments in driverless vehicle technology, research efforts, and the future of mobility. Follow the conversation here!