The American Center for Mobility (ACM) is gearing up for its Demo Days on May 8 & 9, 2024, in Ypsilanti, Michigan. This premier event will spotlight the newest advancements in mobility technologies, emphasizing cybersecurity, advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS), connected and autonomous vehicles (CAV), and vehicle electrification.

ACM’s CEO, Reuben Sarkar, describes the event as a pivotal gathering for sharing innovative ideas and solutions that will shape the future of vehicle mobility. The event promises interactive demos and discussions with top industry leaders from companies like ATT, IBM, Siemens, and many universities, providing attendees a deep dive into the mobility sector’s evolving landscape.

A special feature of the event will be the introduction of ACM’s new EV Charging Basecamp. This initiative aims to enhance the compatibility between electric vehicles and charging stations, with demonstrations and insights from partners like ABB and Autel.

Additionally, the event will address crucial aspects of vehicle cybersecurity with cutting-edge technology demonstrations from experts in the field. Another significant attraction will be the exclusive preview of the STEP robotic platform by S-E-A, designed for pedestrian safety testing.

The Demo Days will also coincide with a visit from the America’s Competitiveness Exchange, enhancing the event’s profile as a hub for international economic and technological collaboration.

Located at 2701 Airport Rd, the event invites participants to experience where the future of mobility is headed, with an attendance fee of $100. For more information or to register, visit and check out the agenda at

This event marks a significant moment for ACM as it reasserts its commitment to leading the charge in developing safe, sustainable, and secure mobility solutions.

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