The Kettering University GM Mobility Research Center is a vehicle and mobility systems development proving ground and outdoor research facility on Kettering University’s campus in Flint, Michigan. The unique facility – which will be the only one of its kind on a college campus in the country when completed – puts Kettering and Flint at the forefront of autonomous vehicle research/development, safety and technology.
Paul Smith Talks to Kettering President McMahan About the University's Work with Autonomous Vehicles
Interview between host Paul W. Smith and Kettering University President Robert McMahan about the AutoDrive Challenge. Recorded May 8, 2017.
Kettering University is well prepared to be a participant in the SAE/GM AutoDrive Challenge because of our strong automotive heritage and focus, unique automotive research facilities, student interest in automotive careers, and dedicated team of faculty to advise and mentor the student team.
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