Five-year, US$21-million program will see BlackBerry QNX provide technology, while Carleton will create a new on-campus research facility for students.
Stittsville-based company smells lucrative opportunity in getting rid of man-made debris that could be on a collision course with the growing network of low-Earth orbit satellites.
Kanata firm's Black Channel Communications platform is designed to ensure a vehicle’s embedded safety systems are able to seamlessly and securely exchange data.
Canadian firm's secure operating system remains a key component of automaker's vehicles, experts note.
Ford's move means apps such as Google Maps and the company’s voice-activated assistant will now be available in its vehicles without requiring an Android smartphone.
Facility will feature state-of-the-art electric vehicle charging technology, the latest in 3D printing equipment and drones that can set up 5G networks.
Sensor Cortek's trailblazing AI technology that helps autonomous vehicles detect pedestrians and other cars is capturing the attention of some of the industry's biggest names.
Firm’s operating system will power sensors and cameras in semi-autonomous electric vehicles from Canoo, a California-based startup.
BlackBerry QNX affected by 'macro headwinds' in auto and other embedded sectors, but company is starting to see signs of a recovery, CEO says
Techopia editor Craig Lord reflects on the past five years of covering Ottawa's tech sector