Lightweighting is fundamental to the design of vehicles that are better tuned to the environment.
Automotive research initiative will celebrate a 14-year legacy of R&D and innovation.
AUTO21, a national automotive research initiative supported by the Government of Canada through the Networks of Centres of Excellence Secretariat, is hosting its final conference May 26-27 in Ottawa. The 2015 conference, “A Legacy of Collaborative Innovation,” is hosting more…
AUTO21 study tracks their road behaviour
AUTO21 researchers are working on enhancing the reliability of V2V and V2I communications to prevent accidents.
Machine vision system to reduces risk of injury.
Work reduces carbon emissions by up to 10% through eco-driving techniques.
New materials that replace plastic.
Tuning up automotive tooling.
Auto21 R&D focuses on security, reliability.
Auto21 research develops the next generation.
Without more investment, it will run out of gas.
Memory alloys rev up efficiency while reducing component weight.
Chinese government looks to emerging industries to boost growth.
The Federal government is boosting automotive R&D with a $34 million grant for six projects at five universities through its Automotive Partnership Canada initiative and industry support.