Deloitte Canada report challenges auto sector to address growing cybersecurity risk from connected vehicles

With cybersecurity incidents involving connected, autonomous, shared and electric vehicles on the rise, a Deloitte Canada report outlines the risks and lays out a strategy showing industry stakeholders how they can meet their responsibilities to ensure a safe mobility ecosystem

What autonomous shuttle setbacks in Whitby and Toronto tell us about safety and insurance issues for AVs in Canada

Who is at fault in an autonomous vehicle accident? Are autonomous driving features safe? Is your self-driving car insured? In the wake of a high-profile accident and autonomous shuttle cancellations in Whitby and Toronto, we asked industry experts for their takeaways and to reflect on our future AV landscape

AI self-driving startup Waabi creates made-in-Toronto autonomous vehicle driving school

Dubbed Waabi World, the simulated driving school for autonomous vehicles is the first offering from the high-profile startup founded by Canadian AI star Raquel Urtasun. It aims to help engineers develop the brains of self-driving software while removing the on-road risk

Canada’s longest autonomous transit shuttle pilot launches in Whitby, Ont.

This week, Ontario’s Durham Region Transit cut the ribbon on the Whitby Autonomous Vehicle Electric — WAVE — shuttle pilot, a half-year project servicing a six-kilometre route linking a waterfront district with a commuter transit hub

In strategic shift, Gatik partners with Ryder Systems to launch an autonomous North American fleet network

Partnership with Ryder marks a change in Gatik’s business model, from vehicle ownership to leasing, and includes potential outsourcing of fleet operations, with Gatik focusing more on providing “Autonomous Delivery as a Service” technology to its clients