NAE Regional Meeting at the University of Michigan

Driverless Cars and Connected Transportation

May 24 – 25, 2016

Autonomous cars are attracting tremendous attention. “Ford testing driverless cars in snow” and “A Google self-driving car caused a crash for the first time” are just some of the recent headlines. Amid the intense interest in advanced mobility vehicles, many important questions remain to be answered. What is the state of autonomous driving technology? How do vehicles communicate with each other? When will we see driverless cars on the road in large numbers? Are they safe? How will they change what we do every day?

Please join us in Ann Arbor on May 24 – 25 for a regional meeting of the National Academy of Engineering where top experts from around the country in industry, academia and government will discuss the future of autonomous cars and connected transportation.

Header image of a busy road

You are invited to attend the

National Academy of Engineering

2016 Regional Meeting and Symposium 

Driverless Cars and Connected Transportation” 

Hosted by the University of Michigan College of Engineering and

the Mobility Transformation Center

May 24 – 25, 2016

at the

North Campus Research Complex

Building 18, 2800 Plymouth Road, Ann Arbor, MI  48109-2800