Attend and Engage from Anywhere!
Three ways to participate and access event content are planned:
- Attend in-person in Detroit, Michigan USA, Spring of 2023 (dates to be announced), and join the ACM Tour*
- Attend virtually from anywhere in the world (with live interaction), using the virtual event platform (internet connection required).
- Continued 30-Day Access - From anywhere in the world, 24/7, view the session video recordings and download presentation slides both during the event and for 30 says after the event.
* All attendees, including those attending in-person, will be given full access to the event's virtual platform during the event and for 30 days after the event.
Event Schedule and Timeline
The planned event timeline is based on a 9am-5pm business hours daily schedule in the time zone of the in-person venue location (Detroit, Michigan USA), i.e., 9am-5pm EDT. The "live" portion of the event is "in-person only" and is planned to begin at 1pm EDT with an "in-person only" private tour of the American Center for Mobility (ACM) Willow Run autonomous vehicle development and test track site in Ypsilanti, Michigan. The "live" conference and workshop part of the event opens at 9:00am EDT on Day 1 of the event program and ends at 5pm EDT on Day 3 of the event. The full event timeline, is as follows:
- Pre-event Tour (1-4pm EDT) - In-person private tour of the American Center for Mobility (ACM), Willow Run autonomous vehicle developmental and test track facility, Ypsilanti, Michigan USA. Limited to 40 people.
- Day 1 and 2 (9am-5pm EDT) - Two tracks (in parallel) containing informational and educational presentations, discussions, workshops and tutorials. Both tracks run all day and are interactive.
- Day 3 (9am - 5pm) - Tours and Workshop
- View GLNC14 Advanced "At a Glance" Program Schedule
30 Day Viewing - The event's virtual platform will remain available for 30 days after the in-person event takes place. Attendees will be able to view session recording and view/download presentation slides. Also, depending on interest level and commitment from an organizing leader, there is opportunity to schedule interactive (virtual-only) follow-up and discussion sessions.
Themes and Topic Areas
While much of the conference and workshop informational and educational value is of general interest to engineers, planners, managers and executives from a board spectrum of domains and industries, there is focus on the following themes and topic areas which are intended to bring together and connect individuals and groups who may benefit from discussions and information sharing on same and similar topics. This event includes presentations, discussions, workshops and tutorial on the following:
- System Modeling, Digital Engineering, Cybersecurity, and MBSE/SysML
- Smart Cities and Urban Planning
- NASA and State of Michigan Resources and Programs for Technology Transfer, Small Business, Start-ups and Incubators, and featuring information from Michigan's Office of Future Mobility and Electrification (OFME), the Michigan Economic Development Corporation (MEDC), and Pure Michigan Business Connect (PMBC).
- Knowledge, information and technology sharing in the theme area of "Mobility Systems: Land, Sea, Air and Space" (e.g., cross-fertilization between the automotive, marine, aerospace and space industries)
NOTE: The event's STEM/STEAM Career Development Program is facilitated via the conference's virtual platform linkage to the INCOSE Virtual Student Career Fair, which emphasizes internship, new-hire, and entry-level job openings and information and services for students.