Stittsville-based SmartCone's sensors will help detect pedestrians and other obstacles as self-driving shuttle ferries passengers back and forth from a southern Ontario transit station.
Plan would see autonomous buses run along March Road and Highway 417 as well as an AV shuttle service that would ferry workers around the area's tech park.
Five-year, US$21-million program will see BlackBerry QNX provide technology, while Carleton will create a new on-campus research facility for students.
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.
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