OTTAWA, ON, CANADA – The Canadian auto sector, encouraged by its federal government, has been pushing ahead with a wide range of initiatives to make Canada an international high-tech hub of connected and automated vehicle (CAV) research and development. These focus on the country’s existing auto-making hub, Ontario, with – unusually – the capital, Ottawa, playing a key auto-manufacturing role, encouraged by its existing local tech sector. A key development is a new ...

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