Kanata North is a growing hub for connected and autonomous vehicle (CAV) innovation, but what does local industry need to take it to the next level?
Ten-day pilot project pilot project will see a six-person electric vehicle travel a 1.5-kilometre loop at speeds of up to 15 kilometers per hour.
Autonomous vehicle company relies on Perley-Robertson, Hill & McDougall LLP/s.r.l.
BlackBerry used the CES stage this year to show off new integrations with Cylance
AutonomouStuff, which develops a test platform for companies looking to develop apps for self-driving vehicles, announced its expansion plans to Ottawa at CES this week
Techopia Live went down to CAV Canada this week to see first-hand how the capital’s automotive tech cluster is motoring along
Workers in Kanata North had the chance to take an autonomous pod for a spin around the Marshes Golf Club this week, a pilot run that could be a first step in alleviating some of the research park’s…
In search of safer cities, University of Ottawa researchers eye new uses for big data and vehicular crowd-sensing
Potholes detection, collision severity assessments among potential applications
With the promise of a self-driving future inching closer every day, the need for a new generation of sensors to guide autonomous vehicles becomes increasingly important.
What a lot of winter-weary Ottawa residents might consider to be the city’s biggest curse – its weather – is a godsend for the organizations behind a cutting-edge new facility for testing autonomou