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A one-mile pilot project in Detroit will explore the technology and use cases for in-road, wireless EV charging. The technology has the potential to change how fleet vehicles and others charge on the go.
The Detroit Regional Partnership Foundation is to receive a $52.2 million federal grant from a Department of Commerce program to boost and advance mobility innovation in the auto industry, officials said Friday.
The state of Michigan awarded $285,000 to four companies as part of its Michigan Mobility Funding Platform, which aims to grow private-sector transportation innovation around electrification, safety and other areas.
Plus, Michigan's high-speed Internet office has hired its first chief connectivity officer, the Biden administration earmarks $10 million grants to expand broadband to minority communities, and more.
Snyder, who was Michigan’s governor for eight years, brought on his former state CIO to start a cybersecurity company focused on small and medium-sized organizations. Its offerings include a “personalized concierge.”
The state has announced that a pot of as much as $8 million will be made available to local governments for the purposes of improving election security. Municipalities can expect $1,500 for each voting district.
Plus, Texas creates a new division that will oversee the Broadband Development Office, the federal government has awarded nearly $7.7 million to tribal groups developing community broadband plans, and more.