Sheridan College has partnered with Rogers Communications on a two-year 5G autonomous vehicle research and development project. Through the collaboration, Sheridan’s Centre for Mobile Innovation (CMI) will study how navigation, diagnostics, and infotainment systems could be integrated with autonomous vehicle systems. It will also focus on a variety of 5G research applications, such as autonomous public transportation systems, driverless taxis, autonomous delivery systems, and assisted driving. “Sheridan is thrilled to partner with Rogers on this exciting new research,” said Sheridan Vice Provost of Research Andrea England. “Together, we have an opportunity to lead autonomous vehicle research and innovation in Canada that will make meaningful economic impacts, while also providing our students relevant problem-solving skills and expertise as they proceed on their career path.” Financial Post Note: Archived stories may contain dead links or be missing source links.