The American Center for Mobility Presents Demo Days

Showcasing the Future of Mobility with Interactive Demos Focusing on Safe, Sustainable, and Secure Mobility


Ypsilanti Township, MI – April 4, 2024 – The American Center for Mobility (ACM) invites you to its upcoming Demo Days on May 8-9, 2024. This signature event will showcase the latest in safe, sustainable, and secure mobility technologies, featuring the latest innovations in cybersecurity, ADAS, CAV, and electrification.

Attendees will have the opportunity to engage with industry leaders, experience interactive demos, and gain valuable insights into potential solutions within the mobility ecosystem. Key demonstrators include ATT, IBM, dSpace, EAVX,  Keysight, S-E-A, EcoG, Tracetronic, Block Harbor, Drivesec, Weavegrid, Siemens, Terbine, Michigan Technological University and more.

Reuben Sarkar, CEO of ACM, emphasizes the significance of this event: “ACM’s Demo Days event will be more than just a showcase of technology, but a convergence of ideas and solutions that drive the future of mobility. We are proud to bring together industry leaders and innovators to address some of the most pressing challenges in the field.”

ACM is also proud to unveil plans for their new EV Charging Basecamp with a ceremonial ribbon-cutting that marks the beginning of an exciting era of seamless, secure, and high-power EV Charging. See firsthand how Basecamp partners are collaborating to improve interoperability between EV’s and EV Charging stations. Attendees can explore the latest EV Charging stations, interactive demos, and related products while experiencing demos and networking with experts from companies including ABB, Autel, Quench, AMPURE, EcoG, Red E Charging, QualityLogic, S44, and Weavegrid.

Safety requires security from cyber threats. “The future of mobility – SDV, EV, Connectivity, Autonomy, & more – couldn’t be more exciting. Stakeholders from throughout the value chain are recognizing that those opportunities require cybersecurity,” says Brandon Barry, CEO of Block Harbor. “Join us at Demo Days for a download on what’s going on in the realm of vehicle cybersecurity.” Additionally Drivesec and Keysight will be providing cybersecurity demos.

Safe mobility requires the right equipment to test and validate products. S-E-A will present a new product preview of the STEP robotic platform that offers streamlined pedestrian testing for type-approval and data-free testing.

Plus, the America’s Competitiveness Exchange (ACE) hosted by MEDC has selected Demo Days as a stop on its tour, where 50 distinguished economic development leaders from North, Central, and South America, along with select European guests, will engage in interactive demos and networking with guests.

Demo Days will serve as ACM’s grand reintroduction on our strategic focus emphasizing our commitment to safe, sustainable, secure mobility. Attendees can enjoy a tour of our global development center showcasing where the future of the mobility takes shape.

“We are at a pivotal moment in the evolution of mobility,” Sarkar adds. “ACM is at the forefront, facilitating vital conversations and collaborations with the goal of shaping the future of transportation. We invite industry professionals and enthusiasts alike to join us at Demo Days.”

The event will take place at ACM’s global development center. Attendance is $100 and space is limited. Reserve your spot at

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About American Center for Mobility

ACM offers a one-of-a-kind global development center to transform the way industries advance safe, sustainable, and secure mobility technologies. Located in Southeast Michigan on over 500-acres at the historic Willow Run site in Ypsilanti. ACM offers: an Advanced Mobility Proving Ground with test environments featuring specialized infrastructure, equipment, facilities, and resources; An innovation and technology campus with an industrial tech park for the co-location of mobility companies; Event and demonstration areas for showcasing mobility technologies and convening industry activities. ACM is open to private industry, start-ups, government, standards bodies, and academia. For more information about ACM, visit