The world’s first project to integrate battery electric buses (BEBs) and standardized charging systems from different manufacturers is accelerating and drastically reducing the cost of transit electrification.
To contribute to climate change through the transportation innovations and initiatives, CUTRIC has expanded its areas of technological expertise to increase the potential value to iniate rail innovation projects. We want to hear from our rail industry experts on how we can further contribute to innovative rail projects in Canada.
The ACES (Autonomous, Connected, Electric & Shared) Big Data Trust for Data Driven Mobility Innovation is a global-first initiative to enable transit and mobility systems across Canada to contribute data to a trust accessible to public and private sector partners in real time.
This is the first instance in which transit data from multiple municipal sources is being streamed into one legally, and cyber…
The National Smart Vehicle Joint Procurement Initiative aims to standardize and deploy electric low-speed automated shuttle (e-LSA) technologies so that systems from different manufacturers can be autonomous, but cooperative at the same time.
The project will deploy e-LSAs across multiple Canadian cities to achieve shared mobility applications for transit agencies and airport authorities.
The Pan-Canadian Hydrogen Fuel Cell Electric Bus Demonstration and Integration Trial is Canada’s first green hydrogen fuel cell electric bus (FCEB) trial.
This multi-year initiative will deploy Canadian-developed hydrogen technology across the hydrogen-based transit value chain.