Events


October 02, 2018
10/2/2018 - 10/3/2018

2018 Fall Professional Development Course

Electric Drive Vehicle Technology


The workshop is designed to provide fundamentals of electric-drive vehicle powertrain configurations, electric propulsion components, energy storage systems, power electronics and electric machines.  Learn more

Location: Sinclair Community College

Target Audience: Educators;Industry Professionals and Practitioners

October 03, 2018
10/3/2018 - 10/4/2018

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Location: Suburban Collection Showcase, Novi, Michigan

Target Audience: Educators;Industry Professionals and Practitioners;Researchers

October 04, 2018
10/4/2018 - 10/4/2018

This seminar provides 6 hours of NATEF training. FREE admission for Instructors. Complimentary breakfast and lunch TECHNICIAL TRAINING CLASSES, TRADE SHOW, LIVE DEMO’S!

Location: Macomb Community College, South Campus, Bldg. M

Target Audience: Educators;Industry Professionals and Practitioners

October 09, 2018
10/9/2018 - 10/11/2018

Join engineers, systems developers, and business managers for two days of highly technical, high-caliber learning and ideas sharing on all of the technologies driving current and projected progress from driver-controlled vehicles to Advanced Driver Assist Systems (ADAS) to fully autonomous vehicles. for more information

Location: Cobo Center, Detroit, MI

Target Audience: Educators;Industry Professionals and Practitioners;Researchers

October 15, 2018
10/15/2018 - 10/18/2018

The Course at the Global Epicenter of Connected Vehicle Research and Development

Leading researchers at the University of Michigan have developed a ground-breaking four-day course on connected and automated vehicles (CAV). Learn about the latest concepts, CAV safety standards, and key challenges facing the industry, as well as new technologies and effective solutions being developed here in Ann Arbor. The course combines interactive classroom sessions with tours, demonstrations, simulations, and discussions in order to connect many aspects of CAV while providing a balanced and rewarding learning experience.  Learn More

Location: Ann Arbor, MI

Target Audience: Industry Professionals and Practitioners

October 16, 2018
10/16/2018 - 10/17/2018

The most focused conference on the here and now of self-driving technology. As automated technologies storm the headlines, we focus on the current challenges and unite players from research labs, automakers, tier 1s and the complete supply chain to plan for the imminent future. Conference website

Location: Suburban Collection Showplace, Novi, Michigan

Target Audience: Industry Professionals and Practitioners

October 23, 2018
10/23/2018 - 10/25/2018

With exclusive exhibitors showing nothing but the technologies and services that will help make autonomous vehicles a reality, and with three conferences dedicated to autonomous vehicle design, development and creation, Autonomous Vehicle Technology Expo, Novi, Michigan, is a must-attend event for anyone working on autonomous vehicles. More...

Location: Suburban Collection Showplace, Novi, Michigan

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November 02, 2018
11/2/2018 - 11/2/2018

Continuing Technical Education (CTE) is key to filling a great number of openings in todays economy. A CTE experience prepares students for opportunities in various career pathways. The conference will highlight CTE  success stories as well as pointing out currently  available best practices. The keynote speaker will be Mandi Damman who is Chief Engineer for Autonomous Vehicles at General Motors.  More...

Location: Mott Community College, Flint MI

Target Audience: Educators

December 05, 2018
12/5/2018 - 12/5/2018

Students will learn about careers in automotive design, robotics, manufacturing, and the technology that makes it happen. For more information...

Location: Macomb South Campus, Expo Center

Target Audience: Educators;Students

The Intelligent Transportation Society of America Annual Meeting

Transportation 2.0

OEM’s, suppliers, and technology firms are in a race to modernize our current transportation systems. These changes will bring about adaptations in how people fundamentally interact with transportation and how they provide and receive goods and services. What new business models will emerge from these changes? What challenges? Will modalities be combined? These are the overarching questions that are vital to prepare markets, governments, and researchers for the future. More...


Location: Detroit, Michigan
Target Audience: Industry Professionals and Practitioners