Month: April 2016

Over-regulation of ‘driverless’ vehicles could stifle industry, say advocates

Driverless cars, trucks and buses are going to cause a major economic headache, and the federal government needs to be ready, say advocates for the country’s high tech and automotive sectors. But Ottawa also needs to tread lightly as it moves to regulate Canada’s blossoming autonomous vehicle industry, they caution. Tucked away in last week’s Read More

Run errands or work out while commuting on a new type of train

Our Prototypes column introduces new vehicle concepts and presents visuals from designers who illustrate the ideas. Some of them will be extensions of existing concepts, others will be new, some will be production ready, and others really far-fetched. The concept The Metroshop is a commuting train concept that integrates grocery stores, coffee shops, gyms, restaurants, Read More

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