Publications and Resources
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.
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