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The European Commission Report on Ethics of Connected and Automated Vehicles and the Future of Ethics of Transportation

Original Article, F. Santoni de Sio, Ethics and Information Technology, September 14, 2021 The paper has two goals. The first is presenting the main results of the recent report Ethics of Connected and Automated Vehicles: recommendations on road safety, privacy, fairness, explainability and responsibility written by the Horizon 2020 European

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Newsmakers: 8 Themes that Defined 2021

Original Article, J. Menzies, trucknews, December 30, 2021 If a return to normalcy was what you were hoping for this time last year, then 2021 probably didn’t deliver on your wishes. In fact, it was an unprecedented year for the Canadian trucking industry in many different ways. The Covid pandemic

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Electrification of Vehicles Shows up Big to CES 2022

Original Article, P. Brown, Electronics 360, January 6, 2022 Electric vehicles (EVs) have not been a big part of the world’s largest trade show, CES, in the past. Instead, it has been an outlet to showcase crazy automotive concepts and next-generation dashboards and displays. That all changed at this week’s

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Autonomous Vehicles: Canada’s Readiness for the Future

Original Article, M. Leci and G. Rafter, Borden Ladner Gervais LLP (BLP), December 6, 2021 The world is in the early stages of transition, where a vehicle’s driver will one day become the passenger. Our previous article, “Autonomous vehicles: Cross jurisdictional regulatory perspectives” highlighted the state of the autonomous vehicle

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Trucks Catch up in the Self-driving Vehicle Race

Original Article, N. Carey and P. Lienert,, December 9, 2021 Only a year ago, startups developing robotaxis were pulling in eight times more funding than firms working on autonomous trucks, buses and logistics vehicles, but the gap has narrowed dramatically in 2021. With fewer regulatory and technological hurdles, trucks

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ON Press announcement for pandemic recovery

Ontario Boosting Electric Vehicle Charging Availability

Original Media Release, Ontario Newsroom, December 1, 2021 KING CITY – Ontario is bringing electric vehicle (EV) fast chargers directly to the province’s busiest highways with the deployment of Ivy Charging Network chargers at all ONroute locations. Chargers at 17 ONroute locations will be open in time for next summer,

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