Smart Connected Vehicles Innovation Centre Opens in Ottawa

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OTTAWA, Ontario, Nov. 2, 2021 — The University of Ottawa opened its Smart Connected Vehicles Innovation Centre on its Kanata North campus, in Canada’s largest technology park. Research at the center will focus on problem-solving issues related to the connectivity, physical and cyber security, decision-making, and sustainability of vehicles and networks.

The center’s indoor experimental test bed is paired with state-of-the-art computing infrastructure for collecting vast amounts of data, along with powerful workstations for running advanced machine-learning models. Researchers will be able to experiment and work with connected and autonomous vehicles, including self-driving car prototypes, drones, and certain types of ground robots.

Published: November 2021
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