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January-February 2023

  • Eyes Up - StradVision, which has its U.S. headquarters in Troy, will soon debut ImmersiView, an advanced heads-up display for a range of vehicles. // Courtesy of StradVision
  • Courtesy of the Daxton Hotel
  • We Have Liftoff - Weldaloy Specialty Forgings in Warren supplies the aerospace industry with rocket nozzles and other components. It also works in the oil and gas, power equipment, and material processing sectors. // Courtesy of Weldaloy
  • Starting Fresh - When Lockton Michigan looked to expand in Detroit, they selected space in the Hemmeter Building in Paradise Valley. // Courtesy of Lockton
  • Illustration by James Yang
  • Ring, Ring - Jeremy Yagoda, proprietor of Marvelous Marvin’s Mechanical Museum in Farmington Hills, oversees a vast assortment of amusement games that his late father, Marvin Yagoda, collected for 60 years. // All photographs by Josh Scott
  • Rod Alberts
  • Power Surge - Energy experts say the nation’s electric grid must be upgraded considerably to handle what is expected to be growing demand for electric vehicles.
  • The Right Stuff - SLI Medical in Novi works with more than 180 health care and dental manufacturers around the world, and offers one- to two-day delivery for most U.S. locations. // Photographs by Nick Hagen
  • Courtesy of Zimmer Biomet
  • All photographs by Jakob Layman
  • Courtesy of the Westin Book Cadillac
  • Lode Central - Near the Menominee River in Lake Township in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula, Gold Resources Corp. of Denver seeks to mine deposits of gold, silver, zinc, copper, and other minerals, pending various government approvals. // Photo by Ruffa Villota
  • The Hand Rail System patented by Frank Venegas Jr. // Courtesy of Ideal Group
  • Peaks and Planes - A team from CASS Sheetmetal in Detroit works on a roofing project at the Book Tower in downtown Detroit. // Photographs by Josh Scott
  • Flight of Fancy - A single-seat aircraft, the Ford Flivver was intended to be the “Model T of the Air,” but the plane never caught on. Today, Model No. 1, built in 1926, is on display at the Henry Ford Museum of American Innovation in Dearborn. // Courtesy of The Henry Ford