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-based L-Spark and Canadian tech giant BlackBerry are renewing their partnership and opening up applications for a second round of companies looking to shift their businesses into high gear
Techopia Live went down to CAV Canada this week to see first-hand how the capital’s automotive tech cluster is motoring along
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
The Liberal government is adding $40 million in federal money to a $310.5-million pledge from BlackBerry aimed at supporting the development of self-driving car technologies in Kanata.
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.
While most auto shows make a spectacle of expensive cars and sleek designs, Ottawa’s Autonomous Vehicle Summit on Wednesday puts the focus on
Almost exactly one year ago, we published an article asking the question, “Can Ottawa be an autonomous vehicle hub?” Today, with Ford’s announcement that it would be investing $337.9 million to build…