Detroiter Magazine

The January 2018 edition of the Detroiter will be available soon. Order your copy today.The Detroiter is a quarterly magazine published by the Detroit Regional Chamber. To subscribe or to order a physical copy of the magazine, please call 313.964.4000.

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  • Get Smart: Michigan’s Companies Spar for Top Tech Talent

    If cities across the nation want to get “smart,” they will need smart talent to crunch data and design, engineer and install the technology to manage the local ecosystem effi ciently. Unfortunately, as industrial and civic leaders across Southeast Michigan know too well, that talent is few and high in demand.

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  • Smart City Solutions: Michigan’s Industries Embrace Digital World

    It is impossible not to marvel at the tools that technology has put into the hands of consumers in the 21st century. Smartphone apps locate the nearest pizza joint, map the journey to its door, and measure the number of calories burned to get there. Automotive technology removes human error from parallel parking and lane changes. Cloud-connected devices remotely control home appliances and security cameras and send alerts to watches and phones.

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  • From Motor City to Mobility City

    As cities across the country increasingly focus on efficient ways to improve operations via technology, Detroit’s leaders are taking steps to stay ahead of the mark. The epicenter of the global automotive industry, Detroit is positioning itself to serve as a national model for mobility.

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  • In Search of Michigan’s Smart Cities

    Smart cities are all the rage these days, the hot topic of conferences around the globe. High-profile competitions pit cities and regions against each other for bragging rights, government research dollars – and in the case of Amazon’s much-ballyhooed HQ2 project, a $5-billion investment and 50,000 jobs.

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  • Michigan Automakers Pave Way for City of Tomorrow

    The city of tomorrow, where public, private and shared mobility services are interconnected to more efficiently and sustainably move people and goods, lies years down the road, but Detroit automakers already are paving the way.

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