Workforce Skills and Talent for the Future Mobility Era: Realizing Needs and Filling Gaps
This report focuses on delineating the workforce skills needed in the future mobility era as well as tactical solutions to fill the talent gaps.
Autonomous Vehicles Reshaping the Future: Cross-Sector Opportunities and Considerations
This report focuses on drawing attention to the anticipated shifts in mobility-linked sectors and prepare for these transformations.
Cybersecurity for Connected and Autonomous Vehicles
Focusing on cybersecurity for connected and autonomous vehicles (CAVs), the report identifies key areas for consideration and avenues for growth and development.
Opportunities for Connected Vehicles Beyond Transportation
This report delineates the various applications and service domains in which CVs can be utilized beyond solely using them for safe transportation.
Ontario CAV Ecosystem Analysis
This report describes key industry trends in Ontario and globally, and shows how Ontario can continue to enhance its strength in the CAV sector.
Data in the Context of CAVs – Challenges and Recommendations
This report discusses the critical concerns of data privacy, cybersecurity and data ownership in CAVs highlighting best practices and efforts being made to address these concerns.
Data in the Context of CAVs – Types and Operational Opportunities
This report discusses the various internal and external sources feeding data into CAVs in addition to different categories of data that can be gathered from CAVs.
Features of the Infrastructure Facilitating the Operation of CAVs
This report describes the road infrastructure, both physical and digital, needed for accommodating CAVs and facilitating their operation.
Driving Ontario Forward – The Car of the Future
There are several factors that distinguish Ontario as a leader in the development of connected and autonomous vehicle technology and as a hub for deploying and testing these technologies. OCE engaged KPMG LLP (“KPMG”) to provide an overview of the C/AV industry in Ontario, the results of which are contained within this report.
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.
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.
Canada’s automotive future: Next-generation vehicles will change the industry as we know it
The global auto industry is heading toward a transformation - and the wide-ranging changes are well underway. In the next five years, production of electrically powered vehicles by all major original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) will rapidly accelerate, as well the advancement of autonomous features.
Industry 4.0 in automotive: Digitizing the end-to-end automotive value chain.
To encourage consumer update of advanced vehicle technologies, the automotive ecosystem still has some work to do, including figuring out just who will build and pay fro electric vehicle charging infrastructure.
SOURCE: Deloitte Insights
Location, location, location in a mobile future.
The new mobility ecosystem involves transporting people and food from point A to point B in different ways. And that means profound impacts on the uses - and value - of real estate: points A, B, and everything in between.
The case for an end-to-end automotive-software platform
Software is transforming car capabilities but also creating development challenges for automotive players. An end-to-end approach that integrates independent software elements into a comprehensive platform can improve functionality and decrease complexity.
SOURCE: McKinsey & Company
The Future of the Last-Mile Ecosystem
The aim of our advanced analytics-based congestion simulation and quantitative modelling is to inform last-mile ecosystem players’ strategy discussions through a solid fact base, to encourage public-private partnerships and to accelerate the development and implementation of effective interventions.
SOURCE: World Economic Forum
Testing is Critical for Adoption of Autonomous Vehicles
The autonomous vehicle combines various connected car technologies such as sensors, computers, and software which need rigorous testing to ensure conformance to safety and performance standards.
SOURCE: Keysight Technologies
The Future of Mobility is at our Doorstep
What mattered in the automotive and mobility markets in 2019, and what will dominate the space in 2020? We look closer at the autonomous, connected, electrified, and shared trends that matter.
SOURCE: McKinsey & Company
Activating a Seamless Integrated Mobility System (SIMSystem): Insights into Leading Global Practices
The World Economic Forum and Deloitte Consulting set out to define how such a seamless integrated mobility system might function and help address pressing mobility challenges.
SOURCE: World Economic Forum
2020 Global Automotive Consumer Study
The Global Automotive Consumer Study helps inform Deloitte’s work and insights into the evolution of mobility, smart cities, connectivity, transportation, and other changes transforming the movement of people and goods.
Ensuring American Leadership in Automated Vehicle Technologies.
This report presents a unifying posture to inform collaborative efforts in automated vehicles for all stakeholders and outlines past and current Federal Government efforts to address these areas of concern.
SOURCE: Department of Transportation, United States of America
Constructing a Connected Car Ecosystem
The automotive industry is preparing for a future defined by connected, autonomous, shared, and electric (CASE) technology. To reach that future, automakers are beginning the process of bottom-up reorganization known as digital transformation.
SOURCE: Microsoft and Frost & Sullivan
AUTOMATED DRIVING | Roadmap for the deployment of automated driving in the European Union
Automated driving is one of the major technological advancements that is changing how we travel and transport goods – it is reshaping the future of mobility in Europe.
SOURCE: European Automobile Manufacturers Association
Automated and Connected Vehicles Policy Framework for Canada
This policy framework provides a set of policy principles for all jurisdictions in Canada to follow as we safely test and deploy these vehicles. This framework also focuses on policy and regulatory issues we will need to address as we prepare for a future with AV/CVs on Canadian roads.
SOURCE: Policy and Planning Support Committee (PPSC) Working group on Automated and Connected Vehicles
Canada’s Safety Framework for Automated and Connected Vehicles
Canada’s Safety Framework for Automated and Connected Vehicles (the Safety Framework) informs stakeholders of Transport Canada (TC)’s safety-focused approach to automated and connected vehicles (AV/CVs). It sets a stable policy direction for safely deploying AV/CVs on Canada’s public roads.
SOURCE: Transport Canada
2019 Autonomous Vehicles Readiness Index
The Autonomous Vehicles Readiness Index (AVRI) is a tool to help measure 25 countries’ level of preparedness for autonomous vehicles.
SOURCE: KPMG International