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1 Problem Current Transportation Approach is Unsustainable December 2008Copyright © Intraduce Transit, LLC All Rights Reserved | Confidential & Proprietary Slide 1

2 Opportunity Autonomous Vehicle Services – Consumer Vehicle Services – Rapid-Transit – Freight & Logistics Slide 2December 2008Copyright © Intraduce Transit, LLC All Rights Reserved | Confidential & Proprietary

3 Autonomous Challenges ‘Chicken & The Egg’ Infrastructure Development Expense Common Technical Standard Public Policy Adoption Slide 3December 2008Copyright © Intraduce Transit, LLC All Rights Reserved | Confidential & Proprietary

4 Solution Opportunity National Autonomous Vehicle Lab Cross-Industry Collaboration Collective Value Federal Level Funding Participating Organizations Slide 4December 2008Copyright © Intraduce Transit, LLC All Rights Reserved | Confidential & Proprietary VII-C MEDC

5 Solution Opportunity Commercial Pilot Aerotropolis – Integrated Regional Logistics Rapid Transit Consumer Vehicle Slide 5December 2008Copyright © Intraduce Transit, LLC All Rights Reserved | Confidential & Proprietary VII-C MEDC

6 Military Opportunity Current Need: – Reduce Development Expense – Common Systems Interoperability – Speed to Market Priority Applications: – Logistics / Resupply – Human Protection – Reconnaissance Slide 6December 2008Copyright © Intraduce Transit, LLC All Rights Reserved | Confidential & Proprietary

7 GM Opportunity On-going Services Revenue – Automated Valet-Parking 60% stakeholder opportunity: $15 to $25B – Freight Media Services Out-of-scope Technology Opportunities Expedited Technology Deployment National IntelliDrive Roll-out RenCen Integrated Pilot Slide 7December 2008Copyright © Intraduce Transit, LLC All Rights Reserved | Confidential & Proprietary

8 High accuracy positioning using localized RTK – Serves Multiple Markets – Leverage 5.9Ghz for V2V – Use Extra Capacity in Trade – Leverage Cellular for V2I Approach: Positioning & Nav December 2008Copyright © Intraduce Transit, LLC All Rights Reserved | Confidential & Proprietary Slide 8

9 Automated-Valet – $18B Garage Industry – $12B-$16B Retail Stakeholders – Drivers – Vehicle OEMs – Cellular / Property Owners – Government Market: OEM Short-term December 2008Copyright © Intraduce Transit, LLC All Rights Reserved | Confidential & Proprietary Slide 9

10 Approach: Pilot Opportunity December 2008Copyright © Intraduce Transit, LLC All Rights Reserved | Confidential & Proprietary Slide 10

11 Aerotropolis: Pilot Extension Slide 11December 2008Copyright © Intraduce Transit, LLC All Rights Reserved | Confidential & Proprietary

12 Market: Positive Feedback December 2008Copyright © Intraduce Transit, LLC All Rights Reserved | Confidential & Proprietary Slide 12

13 Business Model: Revenue Automated Valet = Revenue Self-parking = 80 hours / year Value to Professional: $50 to $100 / month Eight businesses with 29,000 Employees $18 to 36.5 Million Annual Opportunity GM / OEM Opportunity = 60% of Revenue November 18, 2008Copyright © 2008 Intraduce Transit, LLC All Rights Reserved | Usage Permission Required Slide 13

14 Business Model: Shared Incentives November 18, 2008Copyright © 2008 Intraduce Transit, LLC All Rights Reserved | Usage Permission Required Slide 14

15 Approach: Initiative Financing Financing Opportunities – Military / MEDC & Foundation Leverage – Federal Funding (DOE, DOT, DoD, DHS) Lab & Pilot Costs – $ Million for Infrastructure – $ Million for NAV-Lab December 2008Copyright © Intraduce Transit, LLC All Rights Reserved | Confidential & Proprietary Slide 15

16 Timing: Call to Action Preliminary Coordination OEM AlignmentImmediate Collaborative PartnershipsQ Project Scope DefinitionQ Funding CoordinationQ1 –Q Pilot Development Schedule ConstructionQ – Q Commercial Pilot LaunchQ Consumer Vehicle Launch TBD December 2008Copyright © Intraduce Transit, LLC All Rights Reserved | Confidential & Proprietary Slide 16 Urgent Call to Action

17 Advisory Board Dr. Dennis Assanis UM Automotive Research Center, Jim Croce Former CEO Next Energy, Dr. Alfred Hero UM Electrical Engineering, Dr. Huei Peng UM Interdisciplinary Engin. Programs Kirk Steudle Michigan Department of Transportation Dr. Peter Sweatman UM Transportation Research Institute December 2008Copyright © Intraduce Transit, LLC All Rights Reserved | Confidential & Proprietary Slide 17 Chairman / Chief Strategist: Jeffrey Adik (Mobile); Intraduce Transit, LLC; Ralph Robinson VII-C Co-founder / UMTRI Steve Underwood ITS Div, Center for Automotive Research John Peracchio ITS Industry Investor / Technology Licensing Dr. Edwin Olson UM Assoc. Prof, Autonomous Robotics Dr. Jim Overholt Director, Joint Robotics Center, TARDEC Dave Thomas Director, Intelligent Ground Systems, TARDEC

18 Why GPS Backup Plan Intentional Jamming Threat: GPS signals use low-powered, high-frequency signals that are easy to block. eLORAN Fix: Uses high-powered transmitters that send stronger signals requiring more power to disrupt. Environmental Interference Threat: Signals from GPS sats need to be in the line of sight of receivers and are blocked by metal, mountains and reinforced concrete. eLORAN Fix: Terrestrial signals bend around the Earth’s curvature and can penetrate urban canyons and dense foliage. Cosmic Radiation Threat: Unusually large solar flares can produce radio bursts over the same frequency bands as GPS satellite transmissions. eLORAN Fix: Cosmic radio waves cannot penetrate the ionosphere, so LORAN signals are immune to interference. Antisatellite Weapons Threat: Future ground-based missiles could target and knock out GPS satellites. eLORAN Fix:Ground stations can be more easily guarded from attacks, including those by missiles. Slide 18December 2008Copyright © Intraduce Transit, LLC All Rights Reserved | Confidential & Proprietary

19 Regional & Global Metropolitan Detroit – Demonstrate Leadership – Industry Stability – Use of Talent / Assets Entire World – Sustainable Transit November 18, 2008Copyright © 2008 Intraduce Transit, LLC All Rights Reserved | Usage Permission Required Slide 19


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