Tuesday, April 19, 2016

Green energy wall offers second life for automotive cast-offs

Picture of student team i front of their project

From the University of Waterloo Magazine.

Student Design Project Hopes to Alleviate Energy Demand

Saturday, March 5, 2016

How Cars Have Become Rolling Computers

backseat view of a woman driving down a street

From the Globe and Mail

The information technology age has transformed the world in a generation but arguably no single part of it, except maybe communication, has seen as much change as the automobile.

Friday, March 4, 2016

Ten features already in cars that show us the future

A diagram of how new sensor technology allows a car to sense when the driver is crossing a lane and will correct accordingly.

From the Globe and Mail

When historians look back on this moment in car history, they will likely see it as the transitional point between the automotive tradition of the last century and a new age of highly connected, automated and autonomous vehicles.

Saturday, February 20, 2016

Clearpath’s shift to driverless factory vehicles powers growth

Matt Rendall, CEO and co-founder of Clearpath Robotics, stands on an OTTO 1500, the self-driving heavy load materials transporte

From the Record