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Ann Arbor Spark

January 21, 2020

American Center for Mobility Kicks off Technology Park at Willow Run

January 16, 2020

Mobility Insights: CES Learnings for Ann Arbor

By Komal Doshi, Ann Arbor SPARK Director of Mobility Programs This was my first time attending CES and I got to witness the growing mobility presence at the show. It was also great to see so many Ann Arbor companies represented there. Ford City Insights Studio Ford Smart Mobility had the City Insights Studio on […]
December 05, 2019

May Mobility Raises $50 Million in Series B Round Led by Toyota Motor Corporation

November 11, 2019

Autonomous Vehicles Demonstrate Latest Testing Technology at American Center for Mobility

November 07, 2019

Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer Visits the American Center for Mobility

November 05, 2019

Startup Cities Rankings: An Analysis of the Methodology

October 17, 2019

The Ann Arbor Life Sciences Industry Cluster

October 09, 2019

Ann Arbor SPARK Facilitates Introductions, Funding for City Insights Platform

The recent news about Ford Mobility’s City Insights Platform is a significant milestone when it comes to developing mobility solutions for our cities. It is also an excellent example of how Ann Arbor SPARK is uniquely positioned to advance private-public partnerships that benefit the region’s economy. When Ford Mobility first pitched the urban data platform […]
October 02, 2019

How Ann Arbor, Michigan Became a Living Lab for City Mobility

September 16, 2019

Incubators, Accelerators, and Coworking spaces in the Ann Arbor Region

September 03, 2019

Ford Acquires Quantum Signal, Unlocking Expertise and Answers for Autonomous Vehicle Development

August 28, 2019

Paul Krutko, Ann Arbor SPARK President & CEO, to speak at Australian Intelligent Transport Systems Summit 2019

The KLA-Tencor Site Selection Process with Ann Arbor SPARK

2018 marked a significant number of economic development projects for the Ann Arbor region, including the noteworthy announcement that KLA-Tencor — a Silicon Valley-headquartered provider of process control solutions for semiconductor and related industries — selected Ann Arbor as the home for a new R&D facility. The new development is expected to generate a total capital investment of $70 million and create 500 high tech jobs over the next five years.