In the news: Why Canada leads the way to an autonomous future
The future of transportation is about more than driverless cars. Ali Emadi and his team are helping Canada blaze a trail to an autonomous future with their work on fuel efficiency and low emissions.
BY The Globe and Mail
August 12, 2019
At universities across Canada, the future of transportation is taking shape. From autonomous vehicles (AVs) to electrification, the institutions’ groundbreaking work is helping Canada to prepare for the coming autonomous and electric vehicle (EV) revolution.
In the process, the schools are also helping to raise Canada’s profile as a global leader in AV and EV research.
The future of transportation is about more than driverless cars. @emadiali and his team at @McMasterEng are working on fuel efficiency and low emissions. They're helping Canada blaze a trail to an autonomous future. via @globandmail and @PetrinaGentile https://t.co/iBP1awjTSR
— McMaster University (@McMasterU) August 9, 2019