autonomous vehicles

A slew of federal government grants awarded to Ottawa organizations are looking to advance new technologies and reduce the carbon footprint of Canada’s transportation sector
The initiative is tied to an ICTC report released last year that projected Canada would need to fill 34,000 jobs related to the emerging AV industry by 2021.
Increasing concern about the safety of autonomous vehicles should not give way to reactionary legislation that would, in the long term, hamper the development and regulation of fully-autonomous cars…
Anonymously tracking Bluetooth and Wi-Fi signals can produce valuable analytics on how traffic flows through areas such as intersections and border crossings.
Project will further on-road testing in the Kanata North tech park, where BlackBerry conducted the first demonstration of an autonomous vehicle on a public street in Canada last year.
University received $974K grant to identify areas where autonomous vehicles are vulnerable to threats.
Ahead of this week’s Autonomous Vehicles Summit in Kanata, BlackBerry’s advances can’t be ignored
Asian tech firm has plans to develop driverless cars with Chinese automakers.
Trucks are not yet driving themselves out of warehouses and down the highways, but companies of all sizes – including General Motors, Google and Uber – are testing out the technology.
Officials from around the country hoping to establish Ottawa as a hub for autonomous vehicles seem to have set the pace car in their efforts: BlackBerry QNX.