MSU at Detroit Moves

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Sept. 15, 2017

MSU shows its sporty autonomous vehicle at Detroit Moves, a showcase of the state's mobility technology

When #DetroitMoves, MSU is there with it. Outreach specialist Brad Clark was among the Spartan Engineers representing MSU at the mobility showcase, Detroit Moves.

Detroit Moves was a special collection of live demonstrations and activations hosted in Spirit Plaza in downtown Detroit from Sept. 7-9. It showcased the innovative mobility technology being designed and produced in Michigan to local, national and international visitors. 

MSU sent its sporty green and white autonomous vehicle, along with monitors and Spartan Engineers to describe the autonomous technology research going on in the College of Engineering. 

Detroit Moves coincided with Technology in Motion. It was presented by Crain and MSX International. Read more on Detroit Moves in Crain's Detroit Business.

Daniel Kent, a PhD student in electrical engineering, is among the MSU students helping advance mobility technology in Michigan.

MSU is a leader in autonomous research, with more than 100 patents and expertise in biometric recognition and other fields.