Vehicle innovation is progressing rapidly from connectivity into automated driving features. Before we can realize fully autonomous vehicles, highly automated and failsafe systems must be developed, verified and proven. This presentation will offer a perspective on where we are today and how the automotive and information technology sectors are converging inside your car.
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The automotive industry is in the midst of dramatic and disruptive change and Terry Ostan, Senior Manager, Innovation and Advanced Technology for GM Canada, will outline GM’s vision for a future of mobility that is electric, connected, autonomous and shared.
The Engineering Innovations Forum was initiated in 1990 under the name “Engineering Action Forum”, and has been part of National Engineering Month ever since.
It was established as an open forum to focus on current topics from the engineering point of view. The idea was to promote the work engineers do, the way they do it, and how it benefits society in general.
Topics have included robotics, electricity supply, nanotechnology, “green” energy, housing, computers, virtual reality, food, construction, and biomedicine.