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autonomous vehicles

August 18, 2018 by EP&T Magazine

Automotive AI software, hardware and services market soars

Investment in AI for Autonomous Vehicles Will Rise Rapidly Over the Next Few Years, in Addition to Applications Focused on Personalization, Predictive Maintenance, Localization and Mapping, and Other Automotive Use Cases
May 3, 2018 by EP&T Magazine

Driving regional innovation for vehicles of the future

Six sites harness talents and resources for connected and autonomous vehicle technologies
January 22, 2018 by David Paddon, The Canadian Press, Toronto

BlackBerry sees QNX Division as fast track to future

BlackBerry Ltd., a company increasingly focused on technology for the self-driving vehicle market, is making an inaugural visit to North America’s biggest auto show in Detroit, where CEO John Chen’s team says the company will debut a new product this month.…
January 14, 2018 by EP&T Magazine

The rise of autonomous vehicles within Canada

Ottawa-based Information and Communications Technology Council releases its report, a ‘first of its kind’ in Canada
August 30, 2017 by Stephen Law

Torc Robotics, NXP partner on self-driving car technology

In an effort to accelerate commercialization of its self-driving car technology, Torc Robotics has partnered with NXP Semiconductors to integrate next-generation radar into its self-driving vehicle fleet. NXP is the world’s largest chip supplier to the automotive industry. “For over…
March 14, 2017 by Stephen Law

Intel acquires Mobileye: ups ante in driverless car sector

Move could propel the world's largest computer chipmaker into the front ranks of automotive suppliers
November 29, 2016 by Stephen Law

Waterloo researchers to test self-driving car on Ontario roads

Researchers at the University of Waterloo will help move fully autonomous vehicles much closer to reality now that they are the first to receive approval to test their innovations on all public roads in Ontario. In a first for Canada,…
January 7, 2016 by Stephen Law

Technology for self-driving cars is accelerating

But are Canadians ready to take their hands off the wheel?