Everyone who lives in or near a major city has experienced it: you’re downtown, inching your way through a crowded parking ramp, having to choose between shoehorning your vehicle into a tiny spot or not finding one at all. As automakers continue to push the envelope in developing new autonomous features, the idea of improving the parking process has entered the conversation and several stakeholders are getting involved. The city of Detroit has joined forces with automakers and suppliers to help test the kind of future technology that could make tight parking situations much easier. Starting this September, Ford and Bosch will open what’s being called the “Smart Parking Lab,” housed in a garage in Detroit’s Corktown neighborhood.
Veranese Promoted to CEO of AMI
With the continued growth and evolution of Advanced Manufacturing International, Inc. (AMI), the