REMAP is a technology accelerator that funds transformations. That means we truly believe in the projects we fund.
To date, we have successfully completed $31M in projects. The current cohort of projects estimated at $14M are now underway.
We are always looking for strategic partners like you to make our project groups stronger. With collective expertise behind these innovations, we can ensure their long-term success.
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iGen has developed the world’s first self-powered hybrid space and water heating appliance. This project will focus on the next generation furnace that will deliver a better, more efficient and smarter home comfort appliance.
This technology will help combat climate change by meeting landfill diversion targets for waste lumbers, sawdust, straw, waste papers, and cardboards and cellulosic based landfill materials in rural and small communities.
The Biophotonics & Bioengineering Lab and its partners are collaborating to create an OpenArchitecture Surgical Suite (OASIS) for the operating room of the future. Some of the latest technologies include surgical navigation systems, as well as platforms for visualization and workflow including augmented reality (AR)systems and robotics platforms.
This partnership brings Myant’s expertise with respect to textile-based biosensors and actuators that can remotely monitor biometrics and biomarkers from the human body together with Celestica’s world-class capabilities related to micro-electronics and hardware development.
Microbonds and its collaborative partners will focus on the strategic development, scale and market activities designed to accelerate the commercial adoption of Thermo-PlatingTM into selected growth market opportunities and niche market gaps. These include disrupting the textile industry with wearable technology applications.
A major challenge facing the industry is connecting multiple integrated photonic components together with low insertion loss, in a cost effective manner, into a package suitable for commercialization.For practical applications that use“photonic wirebonds”, this project will aim for a robust, reliable, fast, and reproducible solution.
The FRED sense system combines biology and engineering to detect chemicals in industrial water. The next generation sensor will expand the FREDSense platform to include three additional high-priority contaminants: heavy metals lead and chromium, and the algal bloom toxin microcystin.
As a Canadian pioneer in the field of collaborative robotics, Novarc has partnered with Seaspan Vancouver Dry Dock, a premier ship repair yard to develop, test and commercialize the NovEye vision and software system for the Spool Welding Robot(SWR) using machine vision and AI.
In the plastics industry there is a need for a thickness measurement solution capable of handling complex multilayer and opaque parts. TeTechS and its partners will develop a robotic-assisted technology deployed on the factory floor to improve the quality assurance process of manufactured plastics.
In this project, AOMS aims at pushing the boundaries of Industrial IoT by developing a full-stack IoT system with high-speed connectivity using 5G, low power wireless connectivity, and advanced cloud and fog analytics using AI integrated into its existing fiber optic sensing platforms.
Fibos and theUniversity of Toronto are collaborating to develop optical sensors for aircraft gas turbines to decrease fuel consumption and increase emission control. The scope of this project is to deliver a flight capable integrated photonics assembly for continuous monitoring of optical sensors on an aviation gas turbine engine.
Apera has developed an AI-powered 4D vision solution for fast industrial robotic automation. This project will advance Apera’s 4D vision technology and will enable its partner,Magna to automate tasks that could not be handled by other existing vision systems
Leveraging proven technologies from one sector to another creates lateral innovation. Technology convergence and industry convergence are the innovations of the future.
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