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Kirk Steudle leading development of Oakland County’s strategic mobility plan | Local-news

Kirk Steudle has been chosen to lead the development of Oakland County’s strategic mobility initiative to ensure the state’s second-largest county remains a leader in the next generation of transportation technology. 

The county’s strategic mobility plan will focus on expanding existing and new businesses in this emerging and vital sector of the automotive economy. It will also serve as a key component in attracting national and international businesses to sustain the county’s economic resiliency and growth.

Dave Coulter, county executive, said Steudle, former president and CEO of the American Center for Mobility and director of the Michigan Department of Transportation

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Applications Continue for The Future of Automotive Design Competition

a thousand TL award for projects based on mobility in automotive

Applications continue for the 10th Future of Automotive Design Competition organized by Uludağ Automotive Industry Exporters’ Association (OIB) in order to contribute to the increase of exports by developing value-added products and technologies in the automotive sector. This year, a total of 500 thousand TL will be awarded to innovative projects that will make a difference in the sector with the theme of “Solutions in the Mobility Ecosystem”.

OİB has evaluated more than 2012 thousand projects so far, supported 4 projects and awarded 193 projects in the competition it

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Biden’s $2.5 Trillion Infrastructure Plan Could Send These EV Stocks Soaring

A massive $2.5-trillion infrastructure plan could send EV companies–and many of their tie-ins–to record new heights. 

And some investors are getting ready to pile in like never before as the “green tidal wave” prepares to reach tsunami proportions. 

They’re already on the move … and tie-in stocks, companies that are related to the EV industry like Facedrive (TSXV:FD; OTC:FDVRF), the original EV ride-share platform and the new owner of EV car subscription services company Steer, are aiming to ride the green tidal wave too. 

Some analysts believe EV stocks are expected to move 40% higher this

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Ford to produce 30 million OTA-capable vehicles by 2028

Automotive giant Ford on Thursday outlined its latest progress in delivering over-the-air (OTA) software updates to its connected vehicle lineup, as well as a new strategic partnership with Amazon to further embed hands-free Alexa capabilities in its vehicles. 

Ford began sending OTA updates to software modules in F-150 and Mustang Mach-E vehicles in North America in March, and the company said it plans to produce 30 million OTA-capable Fords by 2028. 

The automaker said it has built a new fully networked, second-generation electrical architecture and advanced tech stack to serve as the foundation of the Ford Power-Up software updates. 


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Automotive Suspension Market worth $50.7 billion in 2026

CHICAGO, May 13, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — According to the new market research report Automotive Suspension Market by Architecture (MacPherson Strut, Double Wishbone, Multi-link, Twist Beam, Leaf Spring, Air Suspension), System Type, Actuation, Component OE & Aftermarket, Vehicle (ICE, BEV, HEV, PHEV), and Region – Global Forecast to 2026″, published by MarketsandMarkets™, the global Automotive Suspension Market is expected to grow from USD 42.9 billion in 2021 and is projected to reach USD 50.7 billion in 2026, at a CAGR of 3.4% during the forecast period. Increase in demand for vehicle comfort and safety and increasing adoption of air

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Toyota’s New Plan Has EV Advocates Rolling Their Eyes

Toyota learned the meaning of “uncontrollable factors” in business this week. The results of that lesson is that Toyota is now announcing, again, its commitment to electrified vehicles, and yes, battery-electric vehicles (BEVs) are a big part of the newest announcement.

What Are Uncontrollable Factors
In business, and particularly marketing, uncontrollable factors are business environment changes that a company cannot stand in the way of or change to its liking. The “marketing for dummies” class example of uncontrollable factors are often the buggy whip. When horseless carriages emerged in the early part of the 20th century, the folks who made

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