Articles in On The Record: autonomous vehicles

WCC alumna Emily Hatsigeorgiou talks about how the college prepared her for a career in the connected and autonomous vehicle job sector during a panel discussion at the Global Symposium on Connected and Automated Vehicles and Infrastructure held at the college in February. Current WCC Powertrain Development student Zach Van Buren (left) and Business student Rosa Lechartier (left) were also on the panel.

WCC hosts, participates in 2019 Global Symposium on Connected and Automated Vehicles and Infrastructure

Susan Ferraro - April 13, 2019

The transformation to connected and self-driving vehicles requires a highly trained workforce.

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tags: April 2019, On The Record, connected vehicles, autonomous vehicles, ousearch_News_On The Record

Tim Brom of Grimm Cybersecurity explains how to set up WCC’s new mobile hacking workbench — which teaches students the mechanics of reverse engineering a vehicle – to faculty Cindy Krzeczkowski and Michael Galea. | Photo by Kelly Gampel

Mobile hacking workbench enhances WCC's reputation as leader in cybersecurity education

Richard Rezler - October 15, 2018

Washtenaw Community College has been a leader in cybersecurity education since it became the first institution in the state to offer a cybersecurity degree in the early 2000s.

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tags: Advanced Transportation Center, cybersecurity, Workforce Development, mobile hacking workbench, connected vehicles, autonomous vehicles, On The Record, October 2018, CCAT, ousearch_News_On The Record

Ken Washington, Vice President of Research and Chief Technology Officer at Ford Motor Company, was the keynote speaker at Washtenaw Community College’s Smart Cities symposium on April 6. Washington joined high-profile speakers from the Michigan Department of Transportation, DTE Energy, the University of Michigan and Ann Arbor SPARK at the event, which brought together experts in mobility, autonomous and connected vehicles, and smart city infrastructure. (Photo by Kelly Gampel)

Connected: Industry experts share 'Smart Cities' insight at WCC symposium

Washtenaw Community College - April 24, 2018

“Seek creative collusions of opportunity.” That was the advice Ford Motor Company’s Vice President of Research and Chief Technology Officer Ken Washington gave attendees at the Smart Cities symposium at Washtenaw Community College on April 6.

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tags: On The Record, Advanced Transportation Center, connected vehicles, autonomous vehicles, Smart Cities, April 2018, ousearch_News_On The Record

Al Lecz (left), Director of the WCC Advanced Transportation Center, describes a prototype vehicle exhibited at this year’s North American International Auto Show. Constructed and assembled with lightweighting materials by WCC faculty and students using the college’s state-of-the-art equipment, the vehicle features examples of transmitters, receivers and sensors needed to communicate autonomously with other connected vehicles and infrastructure. (Photo by Kelly Gampel)

WCC shines at North American International Auto Show

Brendan Prebo - February 08, 2018

Washtenaw Community College returned to the North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) for the second year in a row to highlight opportunities available to people looking for careers in the mobility industry.

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tags: autonomous vehicles, connected vehicles, NAIAS, On The Record, Advanced Transportation Center, Workforce Development, Mobility, February 2018, ousearch_News_On The Record

WCC President Dr. Rose B. Bellanca (right) and student Kali Wealch were part of a Future Automotive Career Exposition discussion panel at the North American International Auto Show. “How Higher Education is Focused on Mobility” also included MICHauto executive director Glenn Stevens and moderator Roger Curtis (left), Director of the Michigan Department of Talent & Economic Development. (Photo by Kelly Gampel)

Auto show and tell: WCC president, student participate in panel discussion

Brendan Prebo - February 07, 2018

Washtenaw Community College played a key role in the inaugural Future Automotive Career Exposition (FACE) held January 20-21 at the North American International Auto Show (NAIAS).

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tags: NAIAS, February 2018, Advanced Transportation Center, On The Record, connected vehicles, autonomous vehicles, Workforce Development, ousearch_News_On The Record


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