Connected and automated vehicles (CAV) are the next frontier for transportation. Companies and research institutes are still scratching the surface of what is possible and necessary to make CAV and intelligent transportation systems a reality for travelers. As major automotive manufacturers and technology companies around the world design and test new automated vehicle technology, current employees are learning new skills and future workers will be asked to apply a specific skillset to CAV projects as the product cycle for this disruptive technology matures. In order to better understand future workforce demands in the CAV space, the Workforce Intelligence Network for Southeast Michigan (WIN) partnered with University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute (UMTRI) to analyze job postings for a broad set of occupations that may be involved in the design, manufacture, and infrastructure development included in the CAV product cycle.
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