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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
Apps that do things such as alerting drivers when a parking spot opens up nearby make life easier for urban dwellers, proponents say ​– but some critics wonder what will happen to individ
Ottawa’s private autonomous vehicle test track, the first of its kind in North America, is almost open for business.
From its origins as an upstart accelerator for Canadian SaaS firms to its new program partnering with BlackBerry QNX, Kanata’s L-Spark has never been one to rest on its laurels.
A few of Ottawa’s autonomous vehicles players took a road trip to Las Vegas for the 2019 Consumer Electronics Show this week, where the world’s biggest tech companies are convening to sho
Three of the capital’s rising software firms are among the first seven companies to run through a new accelerator program presented by Kanata-based L-Spark and BlackBerry QNX.
BlackBerry QNX and L-Spark, with the support of the National Research Council, are teaming up to launch a new accelerator program focused on early-stage technology companies.
As the debate surrounding the safety of autonomous cars shifts into high gear, the head of BlackBerry is speaking out against driver mon
Made-in-Ottawa tech will underpin the cockpit experience for a slate of new-age cars thanks to a new deal struck between BlackBerry and electric carmaker Byton.
A group of Carleton University students is working with Transport Canada and BlackBerry QNX to devise ways of thwarting potential cyberattacks against self-driving vehicles.