New national group to connect the infrastructure of emerging connected and autonomous transportation sector

Toronto, Canada – Autonomous Transportation Canada (ATC) is a newly created, not for profit association, with a mandate to efficiently connect the expanding community of autonomous vehicle and infrastructure stakeholders. Members are leaders advancing the future of connected communities from industry, academia, government and related not-for-profit associations.

“Our members share an alliance to advance the future of cities, infrastructure, and interconnected smart mobility,” says Maureen Shuell, Executive Director. “These leaders collaborate to share information and form business partnerships to leverage autonomous mobility opportunities with a lens on safety, security and sustainability.”

ATC convenes strategic alliances to facilitate coordination in infrastructure; risk; regulation; funding partnerships; investments; and, smart mobility. It will be the national voice for the industry when speaking to media, government and international partners.

“Canada is a leader in connected and autonomous innovation, and Autonomous Transportation Canada will help showcase this to the world,” says Shuell. “There isn’t another umbrella organization with the mandate to connect leaders in this sector, and ATC is positioned to help shape effective decision-making going forward.”
“A strong network of senior advisors have been involved in shaping the mandate of ATC and have called for the association’s establishment,” closes Shuell. “We’ll be announcing the Board members and exciting new initiatives shortly.”

For more information:

Maureen Shuell
Executive Director
Autonomous Transportation Canada
(416) 898-5600