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Toyota electric motor

Toyota Promotes Global Vehicle Electrification by Providing Nearly 24,000 Royalty-Free Licenses

Toyota Motor Corp., which operates a large North American research and development center in Ann Arbor, says it will grant royalty-free licenses for nearly...
autonomous vehicles

SAE, Ford, GM, Toyota Form Autonomous Vehicle Safety Consortium

SAE International, Ford Motor Co., General Motors Co., and Toyota have formed the new Automated Vehicle Safety Consortium (AVSC) that will work to safely...

Aptiv in Troy Releases nuScenes Autonomous Vehicle Data to Public to Further Research

Aptiv, a Dublin, Ireland-based technology company which has its North American headquarters in Troy, has released its nuScenes open-source autonomous vehicle dataset to the...

Detroit Medical Center Using New, Non-surgical Technique with Dialysis Patients

Vascular surgeon Dr. Yevgeniy Rits at DMC Harper Hospital is the first physician in Michigan to perform a new, non-surgical endovascular procedure for patients...

ZF Acquires 60% of Mobility Provider 2getthere

Germany’s ZF Friedrichshafen, which operates a large technical center in Farmington Hills, has acquired a 60 percent share of Netherlands’ mobility provider 2getthere to...
medical cyber security

Report: Cyber Security Needs to be Designed into Medical Devices at the Outset

Cyber security concerns should be a factor as early as the design phase of software-based medical devices, according to the new “Cyber Security and...
Roush FarmWise vegetable weeder

Livonia’s Roush, Silicon Valley-based FarmWise Collaborate to Build Autonomous Robots in Michigan

Livonia-based Roush and FarmWise, a Silicon Valley-based startup, are collaborating to develop and test a dozen autonomous vegetable weeder prototypes in Michigan this year....