Improving the automotive sector in the Durham region
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One of the biggest changes of the next decade will be the rise of autonomous vehicles (AV), as the industry fast-tracks AV testing and evaluates market opportunities for consumers. But, full AV capability requires the ability to re-fuel or re-energize AVs without the need for human interaction.

To develop North America’s first autonomous AV charging platform, Scarborough-based advanced-energy storage and charging leader eCAMION was attracted to the researchers and facilities at Ontario Tech University.

The partnership has created new opportunities for eCAMION to accelerate the development and commercialization of charging technologies, and advance the AV industry in the Durham region.

For more information, visit Ontario Tech University.

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