Car sales, shipping startup to exhibit at Motor Bella

PONTIAC—Earlier this year, the Detroit Auto Dealers Association announced a “bridge to the future” auto-centric event called Motor Bella, to take place Sept. 21-26, at the M1 Concourse in Pontiac.

The event brings next-generation mobility, vehicle debuts and innovative auto technologies. Sponsored by the Michigan Economic Development Corp., Motor Bella holds a two-day Automobili-D Technology Display on Sept. 21-22.

Among more than 30 tech companies and start-ups showcasing e-mobility, autonomous driving, smart cities and connected car, Miami-based The Steering will premiere its Autonomous Car Shipping Software.

Back in 2019, The Steering founders came up with a radical idea to change a car shipping experience from what we know it today. The women-led startup aims to manage a full cycle of a car shipping process online. Customers order and track a car delivery through The Steering app. No calls are needed. Users get notifications on the app, e-sign documents and authorize a payment.

On the other side of a car shipping process, The Steering ensures an efficient, regulations compatible, trailer-type loading and navigation tool. With its patented technology car hauling trucks can pick up available cars on a route to exclude LTL runs and maximize car load efficiency. The Steering technology goes beyond a regular auto transportation process, being the software enabler for autonomous trucking.

The Steering software is currently tested to work for driver-assisted trucks in Miami. The company enters its capital-raising round in September. The team of the founders and engineers will travel to Pontiac to showcase The Steering technology at the Automobili-D event.

Automotive enthusiasts, media and investors are welcome to visit the M1 Concourse, often referred to as an “87-acre playground” to get a glimpse into the future of the auto industry.

More at https://thesteering.com/.

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