EV/AV Report: July 4, 2022

Toronto, Ontario — In today’s EV/AV report, Volvo reports on the future of electric vehicles (EVs) in Canada, the National Research Council successfully tests a self-flying helicopter and Tesla replaces AI development team members with AI developers. Green Future A recent study by Volvo suggests that Canadians are turning towards EVs for a future purchase, […]

EV/AV Report: February 25, 2022

Toronto, Ontario — In today’s EV/AV report, gaming AIs that spell progress for AV development, silencers for electric vehicles and wireless charging coming to vehicles near you. Digital Drivers An artificial intelligence (AI) has just beaten the world’s best players in the video game Gran Turismo Sport – doom for gamers, and a boon in […]

EV/AV Report: February 7, 2022

Toronto, Ontario – In this week’s electric and autonomous vehicle report, a project to install up to 200 electric vehicle (EV) chargers across the Yukon, Toyota demonstrates its self-drifting technology and Nissan presents its first all-electric SUV. Charge up The Government of Yukon and Natural Resources Canada are collaborating on a $2.15 million CAD project […]

EV/AV Report: January 24, 2022

Toronto, Ontario — in this week’s electric and autonomous vehicle report, General Motors develops a prototype generator to bring EV charging closer to you, and Mercedes-Benz partners with Luminar to develop the next generation of autonomous vehicles. Eye on you The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) is developing a rating system to evaluate partially […]

EV/AV Report: February 8, 2021

Toronto, Ontario – In this week’s electric and autonomous vehicle report, Volkswagen Canada announces changes to their website to reduce digital carbon emissions, the University of Windsor preps for a new vehicle hub, and Sudbury, Ontario’s Collège Boréal gears up for their first Battery Electric Vehicle Maintenance program.  VW goes Lo-Fi Volkswagen Canada announced that […]

AV Report – Waymo’s robo-taxis

By CRM staff Toronto, Ontario — December 7, 2018 — Autonomous vehicles are slowly making their way onto the roads. Although, many experts have speculated that we won’t be seeing these vehicles in the hands of consumers for another decade or so. But, that doesn’t mean to say that there hasn’t been any progress on speeding […]

AV Report – GM Cruise news plus survey results

By CRM staff Toronto, Ontario — November 30, 2018 —This week’s AV Report touches on General Motors recent announcement about their upcoming autonomous vehicles, and an Automotive Technology Survey. With all of the recent General Motors plant closures, the automaker releases their plans to going forward with the autonomous future they have invested in. Plus, […]

AV Report- Tesla update

By CRM staff Toronto, Ontario — November 23, 2018 — Fully autonomous vehicles are promised within the next few years, but in the meantime, Tesla CEO Elon Musk says Canadians can expect level-three autonomous features in a matter of days. In late October, Tesla said the Navigate on Autopilot feature would be available in their vehicles […]

AV Report – when can we expect fully autonomous vehicles?

By CRM staff Toronto, Ontario — November 16, 2018 —  There has been talk of self-driving cars for many years now, and speculation on how autonomous vehicles might change cities, parking and society as a whole. It is evident that over the past year we have seen some of the biggest OEMs announce plans to […]

AV Report, June 18, 2018

In today's AV Report Tesla's Autopilot feature continues to suffer from a bad reputation.

By Jeff Sanford   Toronto, Ontario — June 18, 2018 — In this week’s AV Report: Daimler Trucks’ boss tempers AV hype, Toronto Pearson International airport opens up to Uber, Ford tests delivery van in Miami, and much, much more!   A report in one of the world’s premier business newspapers, the Financial Times of […]