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Ontario has been a leader, launching an Automated Vehicle Pilot Program under its Highway Traffic Act, but some are looking for Canada to take a more united approach to getting AVs on the road.
The International Sustainability Standards Board’s reporting rules include climate reporting.These are designed to show how the auto sector and other companies are exposed to the risk of climate change and other environmental problems.
Cleaning up emissions from heavy-duty trucking could come from renewable fuels made from soy or other feedstock. Some major refineries are coming online in the next two years to fill those fuel tanks with renewable diesel.
Mauro Rossi, director-advanced technology platforms at Ontario-based Communitech, says automakers would be able to download data from these open-source maps for their own autonomous-vehicle operating systems.
Quantum computers can handle much more complex questions and problems than standard computers that use binary codes of ones and zeros.
Michael Steinberg of the U.K. government’s Centre for Connected and Autonomous Vehicles says until companies and countries adopt uniform standards for connected and autonomous vehicles, “it’s going to be like the ‘Wild West.’”