Last week, the Alliance of Automotive Service Providers of Minnesota (AASP-MN) gave away a motorcycle and bike trailer in a statewide raffle to raise funds for Minnesota Careers in Automotive Repair and Service (MNCARS).
3M Automotive Aftermarket Division and the Collision Repair Education Foundation have launched their 2018 fundraiser to help support programs and support military veterans seeking a career in the industry.
While visible light cameras, radar, and infrared sensors have been used by various engineering teams to build a physical map around a vehicle, the key component for most autonomous car platforms is LiDAR.
The event, which pays tribute to former Board member and influential association member Lou Scoras, also raises money for a scholarship in his name, helping to engage and inspire the next generation of automotive technicians.
CARSTAR 76 provided the location, all the necessary supplies, and the “know-how” while Frontline provided the mission, the drive and the volunteers, youth and parents. Frontline Bible Church Youth Group made $1,000 with its car wash, which will support the Youth Group in Malawi.