The 2016 Canadian International AutoShow will take place at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre in Toronto.

Toronto, Ontario -- February 4, 2016 -- The Canadian International AutoShow (CIAS) will feature a new conference segment called Connected Automobile, presented by the Ontario government in partnership with the Automotive Parts Manufacturers Association (APMA).

Connected Automobile will provide attendees with a glimpse into the future of driving, with panel discussions on the latest in automotive technology, from connected cars to autonomous vehicles to modern infrastructure and factories of the future. The agenda will feature speakers from General Motors, Audi, Blackberry, IHS Automotive, NRC, TE Connectivity, Pravala Networks, City of Stratford and the Province of Ontario.

“With its leadership among North American auto-producing jurisdictions and an information technology cluster second only to Silicon Valley, Ontario is ideally positioned to lead the development and manufacturing of the connected and autonomous vehicles of tomorrow,” says Brad Duguid, Minister of Economic Development, Employment and Infrastructure. “As the first Canadian province to allow on-road testing of automated vehicles, we are providing extra impetus to this pioneering R&D work.”

AutoShow guests will be able to discover more about what’s being done in the Canadian landscape in this interactive display space on level 800 of the South Building. The panel takes place on February 12, 2016.

There is no cost to participate, but you must register in advance and seating is limited. You can register at this link.

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