DeepMap joins University of Michigan’s TechLab

By | September 11, 2020

DeepMap has been selected to be a part of The University of Michigan’s TechLab at Mcity 2021 Startup Cohort.

TechLab at Mcity is a Company-in-Residence program which provides an opportunity to early-stage advanced mobility companies within the connected and autonomous vehicle (CAV) industry. Each company within the 2021 cohort will participate within the year-long program with a student team of 4 focused on development, demonstration, and deployment of autonomous vehicle technologies.

Andy Shaw, VP of Engineering, DeepMap said that they are delighted to join the TechLab at Mcity cohort. The program will enable them to work closely with talented students who have an expertise in computing, engineering, and robotics and take mapping technology to new levels.

Medium quoted Nick Moroz, Assistant Director of Entrepreneurial Practice at the Center for Entrepreneurship, Director of the TechLab as saying that attracting a various group of emerging startups from important advanced mobility ecosystems like Silicon Valley, Israel, Seoul, and Europe has been the prime focus of success for TechLab at Mcity program. He added that they are thrilled to welcome DeepMap to the team.

TechLab at Mcity is currently recruiting U-M undergraduate and masters students with skill sets applicable to every project, including image processing, AI, electronics and robotics, mechanical and systems engineering, and processing. The projects will commence in January of 2021.

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