Automotive and Mobility News
AVIN Reports AND UPDATES
AVIN Speaker Series – Waterloo
On November 14, join Jim Schwyn, Chief Technical Officer, North America, Valeo, for an engaging discussion about how a $21-billion automotive systems technology company with over 115,000 employees in 33 countries continues to innovate through partnerships with universities, research centres, start-ups and other pioneers.
AVIN Demonstration Zone – Call for Technology
The AVIN Technology Demonstration Zone, located in Stratford, Ontario, is a site where Ontario-based companies with connected and automated vehicle (C/AV) technologies can test, validate and showcase innovative products. A call for technology is now open.
Regional Technology Development Sites : Technology Focus Areas
This specialized report provides an overview of the main connected and autonomous vehicle (C/AV) technology areas that Regional Technology Development Sites (RTDS) support.
Driving Regional Innovation for Vehicles of the Future
Six sites harness talents and resources for connected and autonomous vehicle technologies
Connected and Autonomous Vehicles in Ontario: Technology Highlights
This report provides an overview of the autonomous vehicle (AV) technologies that Ontario companies and researchers are working on, and highlights some of their main activities and contributions.
Ontario Creating Opportunity with Cars of the Future
Ontario is reinforcing its status as a go-to destination for developing automated vehicles by launching AVIN, the Autonomous Vehicle Innovation Network, in Stratford.
A New MIT Project Could Bring Driverless Cars to Rural Roads
CSAIL researchers have developed MapLite, a system that lets AVs safely navigate unmapped roads.
CANADIANS LOOKING FORWARD TO BENEFITS OF AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGIES
INFINITI LAB has released a report which details that Canadians are looking forward to the enhanced safety and cost saving benefits associated with smart city and automotive technologies.
SOURCE: Digital Journal
Carpooling, Autonomy, and the Future
We can use information about how people use cars today— especially when they choose to carpool and share their cars with others — to add some more detail and dimension to visions of our autonomous future.