YPSILANTI—The American Center for Mobility announced Monday that its Smart City Test Center is reopening for outdoor testing activities of connected and autonomous vehicles.
ACM officials said all activities would be in compliance with the state of Michigan’s Executive Order 2020-77 and guidelines from the federal Centers for Disease Control. ACM said it is conducting prescreening questionnaires of all guests and is using increased security and sanitation protocols. To ensure the health and safety of all ACM customers and employees, onsite are limited to outdoor track environments with proper social distancing.
Engineering services will be available to assist in getting projects back on track and to help in achieving near-term test goals. Services available include:
- Test Planning & Project Management: Work remotely with skilled technicians and engineers who are familiar and experienced working in the ACM Smart City Test Track environments and adept in using advanced ADAS test equipment to:
- Develop customized test programs
- Complete simple or complex test scenarios
- Provide updates via video and phone conferencing
- Provide data transfer and video support for individual programs on a regular cadence
- Assemble customized final reports in any format
- Technician Support & Maintenance: Increase efficiencies and expand your work team by delegating activities:
- Travel to pick-up your project assets
- Prepare and store vehicles and other assets
- Drivers and technicians to support set-up, break-down, download and maintenance tasks
To book track time or learn more about ACM test services and equipment rental, visit www.acmwillowrun.org. To speak directly with an ACM Technical Sales Manager, contact Kevin Kelly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Non-track related ACM staff will continue working from home during normal business hours.