2014 Connected Tech in Michigan articles

Taubman launches new mall navigation app

University of MI students/alumni from a variety of areas of study collaborate on app for Mott Children's Hospital patients

Lawrence Tech participates in bridge sensor weather/ice alert research

Ford hires analytics expert to better understand consumers mobility behaviors and preferences  

Just when you think wireless technologies have nothing to do with you...

Ford Sync drops Microsoft, puts MyFord Touch out to pasture

GVSU transportation departments makes website mobile-friendly to improve services, engagement

Michigan crash dummies manufacturer uses sensors to monitor / report crash data

Michigan legislation seeks to eliminate patchwork regulations for firms such as Uber, Lyft

As things continue to improve in Detroit, the police department takes advantage of mobile technologies

DDOT changes in the works, including 'Smart' cameras in the busses

Michigan residents displeased with DTE's 'Smart Meters' can voice opinions at meeting

Michigan-based Delphi quietly innovates an off-the-shelf autonomous system to help automakers catch up w/ Google

MSU professor's work with biosensors in clothes may someday warn of illness

AT&T ranks highest at Metro Airport for Data Performance

Metro Detroit Airport to utilizing mobile tech vehicle tracking system

Mobile technology helps Warren, MI police locate kidnapped 3-year-old girl

Traffic jam ahead? No problem with new mobile tech from Detroit's LochBridge

Chatty cars could help make cities smarter; Detroit car makers play a leading role

UMTRI study indicates self-driving vehicles generate enthusiasm, concerns worldwide

Bill Ford and KPMG see radical change in future transport

Royal Oak to use mobile/wireless tech to create a 'smart park' in the city's downtown area

Bagging the big bucks: From apps to ads, spending on hunting yields a bountiful harvest in Michigan

Michigan elementary students learning about technology with iPads

UM research team finds that some wireless traffic systems are unprotected and open to cyber attack

MDOT's MI Drive site is now a free app for motorists

Oakland University students earn Top 10 finish at mHacks competition for creating diabetes app

AT&T enhances wireless coverage at MSU's Spartan Stadium

GM to rollout Andoid infotainment system in cars in 2016

The Palace of Auburn Hills embraces mobile technologies to increase fan engagement

Farmington Hills-based developer, ReapSo, now doing business in 50 states and Puerto Rico

Keyless entry coming to Aloft Detroit at the David Whitney Building

Features of Detroit's M-1 Rail include Wi-Fi in each streetcar

MTAM member, SilkRoute Global, selected for 2nd year by CIO Review Magazine as a Top 20 Technology Company

A study on drivers' reactions to the concept of self-driving vehicles by the University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute (UMTRI)

Bill Ford charts a course for the future

GM Ventures makes a strategic investment in Telogis

Ford and Telogis Co-develop Technology to Improve Police Officer and Public Safety

Metro Detroit to be testing site for 'smart' freeways, talking cars

Ford to Add Pedestrian Detection to its Cars

Michigan's Education, Government & Economic Development Communities are Putting Our State's Future At-Risk

Google Glass as medical device: OU medical student's innovative use of new technology in surgery

Tech investments highlight region's role in auto makeover

Verizon launches statewide wireless phone drive to benefit domestic violence victims

GM warns against net neutrality rules

DTE hits major smart meter milestone

Is it legal for Corvette to eavesdrop?

Don't be alarmed by roving volunteers: Blexting to document Pointiac blight

Author urges GM to offer 'lifetime connectivity' with OnStar to overcome PR challenges

Team from Grand Rapids, including MTAM member Josh Hulst, wins Code Michigan event with SnowFi snow plowing app    

Gongwer News Service launches 2014 Michigan Elections app      

   
 
      
     
     
      
     
    
     
     
      
       
       
        
       
      
      
      
      
     
      
     
      
       
     
     
       
      
     
      
       
       
     
     
      
     
      
      
    
       
     
     
     
     
     
      
   
     
     
    
     
     
      
    
     
     
     
    
     
   
    
    
   
    
     
     
   
     
     
      
     
     
    
      
     
    
    
    
     
     
    
     
    
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