|10 truck height work bays|
|Driving simulator with 210 degrees immersive screen|
|Level 2 electric vehicle charger|
|Passenger Vehicles, Automated driving, Connected (V2X) Vehicles, ADAS, Driverless shuttles|
|Warehouse and industrial robots|
|Field platform vehicles|
A self-driving shuttle bus - the first at any academic institution in Canada - could be operating on the Ring Road at the University of Waterloo by the time students return to campus for in-person classes as COVID-19 restrictions ease.
An expert panel that features a Waterloo Engineering professor released its report today on the potential impact and key issues surrounding connected, autonomous, shared and electric (CASE) vehicles.
Convened in the summer of 2019 by the Council of Canadian Academies (CCA), the panel stressed there are pressing decisions required to achieve potential benefits from CASE vehicles including economic growth and cleaner, safer, more accessible transportation.