Welcome to the GM
Collaborative Research Lab @ Carnegie Mellon University!
Motors Corporation's $3 million collaborative lab at
Carnegie Mellon University started its engine in 2000 to
speed up research efforts on the next generation of vehicle information
technology. In 2003, GM renewed their commitment to the university
for an additional five years and $8 million. This partnership supplements
GM initiatives to provide passengers safe and easy access to information
Fasten your seatbelts and hop into the automobile
of the future! Get in gear with a demo
that takes you inside our "smart car," race to discover our research
tracks, and cruise by the latest news.
Enjoy the ride!