Through the Agri-Food and Bio-Industrial Innovation Program (ABIP), Alberta-based applicants can receive up to 75% to a maximum of $500,000 to reduce greenhouse gas-emissions by helping to develop new agri-food technology, systems, and/or processes.
Through the Alberta Innovates Voucher Program, businesses can offset a portion of their costs related to technology development and research.
The DIGITAL Technology Leadership Program offers a minimum of $7 million in funding for projects developing and commercializing novel technology for Canada’s healthcare and natural resources.
The DIGITAL Horizon AI’s Technology Commercialization Program offers up to 35% of eligible costs with a minimum of $1M in funding to help research artificial intelligence (AI) solutions for strengthening intellectual property and data management.
In Canada, the VR landscape is vibrant and rapidly evolving, with several major players driving innovation and pushing the boundaries of what is possible. In this article, we will delve into the key trends shaping the virtual reality industry in Canada.
Manufacturers often need to improve their machinery and processes, and there are new and innovative ways to lean manufacturing naturally.
Discover funding programs available that can help your business access grants and loans for capital investment and technology adoption.
The Energy Saving for Business (ESB) – Expanded Technologies Pilot Program (ETP) assists SMEs reduce their emissions and operating costs.
The Tax Court of Canada released its decision in the Buhler Versatile Inc. vs. His Majesty the King case, and Justice Wong’s decision provided positive implications for system uncertainty that claimants should consider when structuring a SR&ED claim.
According to the Top Technology Trends 2022 report by Capterra, fifty-six percent of Canadian businesses plan to increase their budget for software and technology in 2023 by 10 to 20 percent.