What we're about

The purpose of our group is to create a face-to-face community of people interested in mobility tech around Ann Arbor. It offers a unique opportunity to visit mobility tech companies to learn about innovations developing in our backyard and host innovative thought leaders from around the globe who can share their insights and experiences with us.

The mobility space is evolving rapidly with companies building solutions that tackle issues around connectivity, seamlessness, automation, environmental impact, safety, user experience and equity. We want to strengthen the community of people passionate about mobility in the Ann Arbor region and encourage more local collaboration.

If you're interested in any aspect of the future of mobility tech, please join us. We'll give you a warm welcome.

P.S: Ann Arbor SPARK also maintains a monthly newsletter on Mobility opportunities, events and insights focussed on the Ann Arbor region. Here is the link to sign up for that if you are interested: https://us14.list-manage.com/subscribe?u=13... (https://us14.list-manage.com/subscribe?u=130814a16b8bf60c7942aff2b&id=9c0bd1784d)

Upcoming events (1)

Voxel51: Finding the Signal in the Noise

Voxel51

Join us in celebrating this amazing home grown Ann Arbor startup. Voxel51 that has a team of 15 scientists, researchers, and engineers solving the thorniest problems in video processing and data management. Based on decades of academic research and the application of latest AI frameworks, Voxel51 has built a computer vision platform to solve the infrastructure challenges of working with massive volumes of video. Hear from Jason Corso, co-founder of Voxel51 and an Associate Professor at University of Michigan. He will talk about how to use cutting edge Machine Learning techniques to understand and make sense of massive volumes of video data. Agenda: 5:30-6:00pm: Registration + Food/Drinks 6:00-6:30pm: Voxel51 Presentation 6:30-7:30pm: Networking Speaker Bio: Jason Corso is a co-founder of Voxel51 and an Associate Professor at University of Michigan. He received his Ph.D. in Computer Science at The Johns Hopkins University in 2005. He is a recipient of the NSF CAREER award (2009), ARO Young Investigator award (2010), Google Faculty Research Award (2015) and on the DARPA CSSG. His expertise and interests revolve around computer vision and its relationship to human language, robotics, and data science.

Past events (29)

Phoenix Contact: Solutions for Electromobility

Phoenix Contact Software USA

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