Feature Stories

Vehicle Automation is cool but will it save energy?

We’re in a new era of rapid advances in vehicle technologies. Safety, mobility, and convenience benefits are spurring the development, for example, of connected and automated vehicles or CAVs. Sure, the cars of the future sound cool, but what will they...

Wallace Retires

Richard Wallace retired from the Center for Automotive Research (CAR) at the end of March 2019. Wallace, who most recently served as Vice President of CAR’s Transportation Systems Analysis group, will continue to work with CAR as a consultant and will...

Advancing Additive Manufacturing into the Mobility Industry

Future cities will likely be dominated by automated, connected, electrified, and shared (ACES) vehicles. According to The Center for Automotive Research (CAR) research, by 2035 there will be worldwide adoption of robotaxis and automated shuttles in mixed...

Accelerate Implementation of New Vehicle Technologies at LiveWorx

LiveWorx is proud to partner with the Center for Automotive Research on the Automotive & Mobility Track educational track at this year’s event, June 10-13 in Boston.  LiveWorx is the definitive event for digital transformation and marketplace for solutions...

Could Automated Vehicles Be a Friend of Healthcare Industry?

With current improvements in vehicle automation and artificial intelligence (AI), connected and automated vehicles (CAVs) will be an important part of the future urban transportation. Various industries, along with public agencies, universities, and...

International Women’s Day

As more women take on leadership roles in the automotive industry, we see the same shift within our own organization. In honor of International Women’s Day, we took the opportunity to ask two of the women leading CAR about the challenges they’ve faced,...