WMU receives USD2.5 million to study infrastructure for autonomous vehicles


The research will focus on five data collection sensor issues.

Engineers at Western Michigan University have received a USD2.5 million grant from the federal government to research ways that upgrading infrastructure could improve autonomous vehicles, according to an official press release dated 30 July.

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