The title of our upcoming conference:
“Tomorrow Has Arrived: Cities and Autonomous Vehicles”
Automated vehicle technology has arrived and it will only be a few years before we experience the impacts of driverless cars and trucks. We have an exciting program being developed to consider what these impacts may be in a range of areas. Parking, transit, goods movement, traffic, active transport and urban form are of interest along with the need for updated policies and enabling regulations. These themes will be explored in the forthcoming Pragma background paper, available in advance of the May 4th event.
We’re very pleased to be hosting this Pragma event at the University of Waterloo’s beautiful Stratford Campus building. Stratford has positioned itself as a Smart Cities leader and already been host to Autonomous Vehicle (AV) testing. It’s a unique opportunity for Pragma and it promises to be another memorable event.
Tomorrow Has Arrived - Cities and Autonomous Vehicles - Clarence Woudsma and Lucas Braun, University of Waterloo
- As Revolutionary as the Introduction of the Auto...? A Primer on Automated Vehicles and the City - Clarence Woudsma and Lucas Braun, University of Waterloo
From Connected to Autonomous: The State of Technology Development and the Road Ahead - Ross McKenzie, Waterloo Centre for Automotive Research
Theme Area - Municipal Infrastructure in the City of Stratford - Preparing for the AV World - Ysni Semsedini, Festival Hydro Inc., City of Stratford
A Nation Building Opportunity: Creating the Canada that We Want in the Era of Connected and Automated Vehicles - David Ticoll, Monk School of Global Affairs, University of Toronto
Implications of Automated Vehicles for Long-Range Planning in the GGH - Michael Casey, Ministry of Transportation - Ontario
Preparing for Automated Vehicles at the City of Toronto - Fahad Khan, Transportation Services, City of Toronto
Preparing to Harness the Potential of Self-Driving Vehicle Technology for Mississauga's Future - Hamish Campbell, City of Mississauga