Waterloo’s OTTO Motors provides autonomous mobile robots for material handling inside manufacturing facilities and warehouses.
How Academic-Industry Collaboration Maximizes Innovation
Minister of Economic Development,
Job Creation and Trade
“Ontario is proudly home to one of the most dynamic and collaborative innovation ecosystems in the world. Our government is committed to working together with ecosystem partners, businesses and academic institutions to create the right conditions to spur new innovations, expand our opportunities, and create good jobs in Ontario. OCI’s efforts have nurtured invaluable partnerships and collaborations, contributing to the growth and future success of our province.”
Next Generation Network Program (NGNP)
Market Readiness (MR)
Voucher for Innovation and Productivity (VIP)
TalentEdge Internship Program (TIP) – NGNP
Ontario Vehicle Innovation Network (OVIN)
Ottawa-based Arvizio is on a mission to deliver the next generation of mixed reality team collaboration and visualization technology, remotely and in real time, to a wide range of markets.
Ontario’s Ministry of Health works with community laboratories across the province, and the Ontario Centre of Innovation (OCI), to continuously improve patient outcomes and enhance the patient experience. This work occurs through an initiative called the New Tests and Technology Fund (NTTF).
Throughout the pandemic the Government of Ontario has helped identify and support made-in-Ontario solutions to address the challenges and impact of COVID-19 on communities and build a more resilient province in responding to current and future challenges, through the Ontario Together Fund. Some of these innovative solutions were highlighted at the Ontario Innovation Showcase on October 20 and 21.
The Ontario government is investing $330,000 through the Ontario Together Fund to support the delivery of the Ontario Centre of Innovation’s (OCI) Ontario Innovation Showcase. The showcase will provide up to 18 companies that made submissions to the Ontario Together portal with the opportunity to participate in a competition for six $50,000 grants. It will also provide an opportunity for up to 26 companies that made submissions to the portal to participate in a virtual reverse trade show.
The Ontario Centre of Innovation (OCI) welcomes two new appointees to its Board of Directors as it works together with the Government of Ontario to support the province’s economic recovery priorities.