Breakfast Briefing Series Connected and Automated Vehicles and the Cybersecurity Threat: How Industry is Responding

February 17, 2015 at the VisTaTech Center at Schoolcraft College. More »

CAR Breakfast Briefing Series: Connected and Automated Vehicles and the Cybersecurity Threat

CAR’s First Quarter Newsletter is Now Available

In this issue: The Importance of Light Duty Cars and Trucks to the U.S. Economy; Showcasing Economic Contributions of the Auto Industry; Cybersecurity for Connected and Automated Vehicles Breakfast Briefing; Bio-Based Materials More »

2015 CAR Management Briefing Seminars

Plan to join us this August 3–6, 2015.  We’ll be celebrating the 50th anniversary of CAR’s flagship event!

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Research

Contribution of the Automotive Industry to the Economies of All Fifty States and the United States

Six years after the worst recession since the 1930s, the American economy is demonstrating many signs of strengthening, and the auto industry is helping drive that recovery. Despite recent economic hardships, auto manufacturers, suppliers, and dealers employ over 1.5 million people and directly contribute to the creation of another 5.7 million jobs. Read More>

Assessment of Tax Revenue Generated by the Automotive Sector for the Year 2013

This CAR study demonstrates that the U.S. automotive sector has a large impact throughout the nation and provides support to state and federal governments in the form of taxes and fees collected from sales, employees, drivers, and the auto companies themselves. Read More>

Accelerating the Growth of the U.S. Automotive Manufacturing Industry at Home, Rather than Abroad

This report examines the critical success factors necessary for continued global automotive investment growth within the southern U.S. automotive manufacturing region. Read More>

ITS Data Ethics in the Public Sector

This report provides ethical decision-support for transportation professionals involved with Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) data. Read More>

The Impact of Federal Regulations on Franchised Automobile Dealers

This study examined only the costs incurred by U.S. light vehicle dealerships to comply with a group of roughly 60 federal regulations. Read More>

CAR Research Memorandum: The Effect on the U.S. Economy of the Successful Restructuring of General Motors - An Update

This updated memorandum incorporates the U.S. Treasury's estimates of the cost of assisting General Motors and Chrysler. Read More>

Advanced Information Technology Solutions: An Engine of Innovation

This whitepaper was developed to identify key market drivers that influence the use of enterprise information technology solutions within the automotive industry. Read More>

Economic Contribution of General Motors' Orion Assembly, Pontiac Metal Stamping, and Spring Hill Assembly Manufacturing Plants

This memorandum is part one of a two-part analysis of the economic contribution of General Motors in the United States and the ten U.S. states in which the company manufactures vehicles, parts, and components. Read More>

Events

Connected and Automated Vehicles and the Cybersecurity Threat: How Industry is Responding

CAR Breakfast Briefing, February 17, 2015
Vista Tech Center at Schoolcraft College

This upcoming CAR Breakfast Briefing will feature speakers, within the automotive industry and beyond, who can characterize the threats and present on strategies and methods for effectively managing cybersecurity for the “networked computers on wheels” that automobiles are increasingly becoming. New speakers added. More >

2015 CAR Management Briefing Seminars

Grand Traverse Resort and Spa, Traverse City, MI

The 2014 CAR MBS was an outstanding event, with nearly 1,000 people in attendance, thought-provoking presentations and discussion, interesting technology exhibits, great networking, and Pure Michigan weather. Presentations approved for download are available here.

We look forward to seeing you at the 50th annual CAR Management Briefing Seminars, August 3–6, 2015 and welcome your suggestions on how we can enhance the conference in 2015. Please email your suggestions to Y2FyZXZlbnRzQGNhcmdyb3VwLm9yZw==.

Michigan Connected and Automated Vehicle Working Group

SoarTech, January 21, 2015

The winter 2015 meeting of the Michigan Connected and Automated Vehicle Working Group was held at the SoarTech facilities in Ann Arbor, Michigan, on January 21 from 1-4 p.m. CAR coordinates these meetings on behalf of the Michigan Department of Transportation. Meetings are open to the public. For more information, please click here.

Download a meeting agenda here.

About CAR

The Center for Automotive Research, a nonprofit organization, is focused on a wide variety of important trends and changes related to the automobile industry and society at the international, federal, state and local levels. CAR conducts industry research, develops new methodologies, forecasts industry trends, advises on public policy, and sponsors multi-stakeholder communication forums.