Driverless vehicle startups move into U-M incubator

This fall, three high-potential companies from the West Coast—Zendrive, PolySync and Civil Maps—will join TechLab at Mcity, moving resources to develop their driverless vehicle technologies in Ann Arbor.

The move is part of an expansion of an innovative program designed to drive the future of mobility, announced the U-M Center for Entrepreneurship, in partnership with the U-M Mobility Transformation Center.

“The U-M Mobility Transformation Center is pleased to welcome the fall class of TechLab companies,” said Carrie Morton, deputy director of MTC. “We’re excited to bring these disruptors and their innovative technologies into the ecosystem MTC is building with its partners to support commercially viable connected and automated mobility.”

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