Autonomous Vehicle (AV) Pilots
News, insights and analysis regarding the deployment and adoption of battery electric vehicles (BEVs) for use in autonomous vehicle (AV) applications including pilots.
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
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
Autonomous driving: Closer than you think?
Accidents that occur with auto-pilot engaged make headlines, but with the number and reach of autonomous vehicle trials spreading, more global jurisdictions legalizing AVs and major auto manufacturers featuring hands-free technology, autonomous driving is getting real. Yet industry experts say there are still some important barriers to overcome
AUTOCRYPT and SHIELD Automotive Cybersecurity Centre of Excellence partner to boost Canadian autonomous vehicle cybersecurity research
The partnership between the University of Windsor-hosted group and the South Korean autonomous vehicle cybersecurity provider reflects industry’s growing priority in this sector