A self-driving car made its way down a public street in Kanata on Thursday afternoon – a Canadian first that puts Ottawa in the driver’s seat when it comes to being an autonomous vehicle
Thursday’s demo, featuring a BlackBerry QNX vehicle, will also mark the first time an autonomous vehicle will be connected to city infrastructure on Canadian roads.
Head of BlackBerry QNX says autonomous vehicle race is also driving developments in areas like artificial intelligence and neural network computing.
Local economic development officials used the premier’s visit to draw attention to the city’s talent pool and high-tech ecosystem.
Global automaker Toyota Motors is dropping BlackBerry QNX’s infotainment software from its best-selling Camry vehicles in a move that analysts say reveals a growing threat to the technolo
Invest Ottawa looks for assistance in crafting a five-year strategic plan for growing the National Capital Region’s companies.
Analysts say Ford’s decision to hire hundreds of former BlackBerry employees and set up shop in Ottawa will lead to more
Almost exactly one year ago, we published an article asking the question, “Can Ottawa be an autonomous vehicle hub?” Today, with Ford’s announcement that it would be investing $337.9 million to build…