Economic Contribution of General Motors' Orion Assembly, Pontiac Metal Stamping, and Spring Hill Assembly Manufacturing Plants
This memorandum is part one of a two-part analysis of the economic contribution of General Motors in the United States and the ten U.S. states in which the company manufactures vehicles, parts, and components. Read More>
This report provides background information needed in order to develop solutions for the mobility and air quality challenges facing Beijing. Read More>
This study reveals that the use of connected vehicle data for asset management is feasible but will require novel and proactive techniques of data use and management. Read More >
This report measures the technological nature of today’s auto industry and compares it to other sectors of the economy often viewed as technologically advanced. Read More >
This new study estimates the effect on the U.S. economy and the value to the U.S. economy of the federal government's intervention to prevent the failure of GM and Chrysler at the beginning of 2009. Read More >
This report investigates connected and automated vehicle activities for the purpose of understanding and describing overall best practices. Read More>
CAR Breakfast Briefing
Advanced Information Technology Solutions: An Engine of Innovation
The Inn at St. John's
March 25, 2014
This breakfast briefing will explore advanced enterprise IT solutions such as systems engineering, manufacturing operations management, and supply chain management as examples of managing complexities within the automotive industry.
For more information and to register, click here.
- Dr. Robert D. Borchelt - Director, Manufacturing IT Systems & Industrial Controls, Cummins Inc.
- Tim Cox - Chief Information Officer of Global Development Services, General Motors
- Deron Littlejohn - Chief Engineer, Slip Control Systems Applications North America, TRW Automotive
- Greg Schroeder - Senior Research Engineer, Manufacturing, Engineering & Technology Group, CAR
2014 CAR Management Briefing Seminars
Grand Traverse Resort and Spa
Traverse City, MI.
August 4–7, 2014
Planning is underway for CAR's flagship event. Sessions will focus on manufacturing, powertrain, forecasting, connected and autonomous vehicles, purchasing and more. Registration for CAR MBS will open March 17, 2014.
Download a schedule at a glance, here.
For information on becoming a sponsor or exhibitor, contact Lisa Hart.
To be added to our email distribution list, contact Angie Ely.
Connected Vehicles Working Group Meeting
RIcardo Detroit Technical Campus
March 31, 2014
CAR coordinates these meetings on behalf of the Michigan Department of Transportation. For more information or to RSVP contact Joshua Cregger.
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