ACAMP

ACAMP (Alberta Centre for Advanced MNT Products)

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ACAMP (Alberta Centre for Advanced MNT Products) differs from other product development centers: we are the only organization in Canada that offers clients access to more than 400 pieces of state-of-the-art specialized development equipment. ACAMP has facilities in both Calgary and Edmonton and has high-accuracy assembly and machining equipment to manufacture electronics. Some of our unique testing and characterization capabilities include:
– Physical reliability testing i.e. temperature, humidity, vibration, drop shock, altitude.
– High-resolution inspection for failure analysis.
– Material composition and contamination detection.
– Inertial sensor testing and calibration.
– Leak testing to check hermetic seal integrity.
– Optical and electrical testing and measurement.
– Class 10,000 Clean Rooms.

Contact us at info@acamp.ca

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Alastair Ross Technology Centre

Platform Calgary

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The Alastair Ross Technology Centre (ARTC) offers both virtual tenancy and leasing for technology companies looking to grow their business beyond the lab or home office.

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  • Environment
  • Food-Agriculture
  • Health
  • ICT
  • Nanotechnology
  • Oil and Gas
  • Pipeline

Alberta Agriculture: Food Processing Development Centre

Government of Alberta

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The Food Processing Development Centre is a modern, fully equipped pilot plant and product development laboratory facility. It is staffed with experienced food scientists, engineers and technologists who work with entrepreneurs to develop and fine-tune their products.
Services include: sensory evaluation, consultation services, benchtop development, pilot plant development, interm processing, post processing cleaning, hadling and storage.
Equipment includes: batter and breading, dry processing, laboratory, bench top processing, meat processing, packaging, wet processing and bakery equipment

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Alberta Agriculture: Food Science and Technology Centre

Government of Alberta

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The Food Science and Technology Centre operates out of the Crop Diversification Centre South, located on the Trans Canada Highway approximately 1 km east of Brooks. Lab equipment through to pilot plant equipment are available for rental.
Entrepreneurs work to develop, perfect and process their pet-food products with the following staff:
* an experienced feed scientist
* a laboratory scientist
* technologists
The centre also provides interim processing of pet food and pet treats for businesses to make product for local and domestic markets. The centre is not a co-packer / toll processor.

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Alberta SouthWest Regional Alliance

Regional Innovation Network of Southern Alberta

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Alberta SouthWest Regional Alliance Ltd. (AlbertaSW) is a Regional Economic Development Alliance (REDA) of 16 communities working together to help each other succeed.
The Corporation is governed by Board of elected representatives from each member community.
The real strength of an organization is in the commitment and energy of each individual, business and community that contributes to it. AlbertaSW communities are energetically cooperative and share a collaborative long-term strategy to grow and promote the region.

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Apparel Innovation Centre

Olds College Centre for Innovation (OCCI)

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The Apparel Innovation Centre is a state-of-the-art facility that provides businesses with services to test, design and manufacture innovative apparel products for the consumer apparel and industrial protective clothing markets. The AIC houses world-class hot liquid and steam protection testing chambers to test personal protective equipment for burn resistance. The Centre is also home to a thermal comfort testing chamber, equipped with a Newton Thermal Manikin. The chamber is capable of simulating a variety of physiological conditions that replicates the human thermoregulatory system.

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Apparel Innovation Centre: Testing & Product Development

Apparel Innovation Centre

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The Apparel Innovation Centre (AIC)
1. Apparel Testing: the apparel innovation center conducts world-class testing of apparel and materials. Specifically , the AIC has one of the only full-scale Thermal Comfort Testing Chambers in North America, and it has the only full-scale Hot Fluid & Steam Protection Testing Chamber in the world.
2 Product Development: From concept to final prototype, the Apparel Innovation Centre helps entrepreneurs create innovative apparel products.

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Applied Research Facilities

Lakeland College

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Lakeland College’s Research Centre is a test-bed for innovations in agriculture, energy, and environmental sciences. We pack a lot of expertise into a small space! Encompassing renewable energy and building science, standard and novel crop trials, environmental monitoring and wetlands research, animal feeding trials, and other research – the Centre offers realistic applied research results of interest to regional entrepreneurs. Lakeland College provides access to research tools and information to help regional investors make informed business decisions and connect them with the support they need to be successful.

The Centre also hosts a metal prototype fabrication lab with an electronics and instrumentation development space. The College is also building the capacity to use its unmanned aerial system to develop applications for thermal monitoring, crop monitoring, and use in fire and emergency services applications.

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Botanic Gardens & Constructed Wetlands

Olds College Center of Innovation

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Research takes many forms in the Botanic Gardens and Constructed Wetlands, and allows the College to partner and collaborate with many groups and organizations involved with horticulture, land and water management, and related fields.

The Constructed Wetlands are located in the newest phase of the Botanic Gardens and are used for a wide variety of teaching and research based purposes.

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Calgary Film Centre

Calgary Economic Development

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The Calgary Film Centre is a world-class facility suitably equipped and serviced so you can tell your story with ease. Conveniently located 25 minutes from the Calgary airport and 20 minutes from downtown, we have 50,000 square feet of purpose-built studios and 25,000 square feet of multipurpose warehouse and workshop spaces, complemented by anchor tenant William F. White International. Be a part of our creative excellence in film, television and digital media.

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Centre for Applied Research, Innovation and Entrepeneurship

Lethbridge College

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The success of applied research at Lethbridge College is based on how our research positively affects industry. Our primary focus on solving real-world industry challenges means we’re always looking for opportunities to engage industry in applied research. Partnering with the Centre for Applied Research and Innovation (CARI) can lead to:legitimizing a product or service, industry innovation, product commercialization. Applied research often involves prototype development, feasibility studies and clinical trials, as well as technical consultation and market research. Whatever your needs may be, we can help you develop innovative products and services that benefit our economy and society.

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Centre for Boreal Research

NAIT The Northern Alberta Institute of Technology

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The Centre for Boreal Research is an innovative applied research facility in Peace River, 500 kilometers northwest of Edmonton, staffed with a team of research scientists and technicians with professional designations in forestry, biology and agrology.

The facility is 9,000 square feet, includes two laboratories, office space for 15 people, an outdoor growing space and a three-bay greenhouse that features computer-controlled humidity, temperature and lighting. The Centre for Boreal Research is an Approved Seed Testing Facility. The facility was funded by NAIT, Alberta Innovation and Advanced Education, and the Canada Foundation for Innovation, with industry funding from Shell Canada and Penn West Petroleum.

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Centre for Energy Research and Clean Unconventional Technology Solutions

Southern Alberta Institute of Technology (SAIT)

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Centre functions as a technology solutions provider, collaborator and accelerator to energy innovationi and s associated with NSERC and IRCC programs and, has three laboratories which provides space to test lab scale test rigs or small-scale pilot demonstration systems for energy research and to catalyze partnerships with industry, industry associations, regulators, new graduates, start-ups (SU), small and medium-sized enterprises (SME), communities of practice and others. Facilities include:
Clean Technology Industry Innovation Lab
Water Research and Innovation Lab
Once Through Steam Generation Lab

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Centre for Environmental Technologies

Southern Alberta Institute of Technology (SAIT)

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The Environmental Technologies (ET) research team leads applied research in clean technology development associated with energy and the environment. The ET research team develops strategies and solutions such as the reduction of industry impacts to air, soil and water.
This research is grounded in science, technology and engineering and focuses on developing novel technologies from bench to pilot scale in order to address today’s energy and environmental challenges. Facilities include:
Advanced Mobile Labs
Chemical and Environmental Analysis
Process Operations Lab

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Centre for Green Building Technologies

Southern Alberta Institute of Technology (SAIT)

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SAIT and GBT researchers along with industry work together to dentify and develop environmentally friendly technologies, processes, programs, systems and services that will fundamentally change the way we build, educate and develop skilled labour. Goals are to partner with industry in implementing green-building technologies, provide training and education in green-building technologies and advance applied research and development towards the commercialization of green-building technologies. Facilities include:
Green Building Technology Lab and Demonstration Centre
Integrated Solar and Rainwater Harvesting Labs
Solar Roller Mobile Lab

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Centre for Innovation and Research in Unmanned Systems (CIRUS)

Southern Alberta Institute of Technology (SAIT)

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Researchers with SAIT’s Applied Research and Innovation Services department, faculty from SAIT’s School of Construction, students and industry partners converge in this cross-disciplinary environment to address challenges, create efficiencies, develop and test new products and applications.
The mission of CIRUS is to expand the role unmanned systems play in data acquisition and management, create organizational efficiencies across a variety of sectors and regulatory environments.

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Centre for Innovation in Manufacturing

Red Deer College Office of Applied Research and Innovation

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The Centre for Innovation in Manufacturing (CIM) is embedded in the campus of Red Deer College (RDC). The CIM is a collaborative centre built and equipped with the financial support of Red Deer College, the Province of Alberta and Western Economic Diversification. The Centre currently houses $4.2 M in cutting-edge, industry-leading prototype and advanced manufacturing equipment. Since its opening it has seen an overwhelming demand for its services from across the Province. The Centre has gained a reputation for its approachability, relevant technical expertise and broad industry support capabilities. It has a long list of satisfied clients and a growing record of successful new and improved products and processes, created in partnership with Alberta companies.

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Centre for Innovative Information Technology Solutions

Southern Alberta Institute of Technology (SAIT)

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ARIS started its information technology research in 2007, with a focus on radio frequency identification (RFID) application development. The Centre for Innovative Information Technology Solutions expanded its RFID research to include a wide variety of other electronics and information-technology projects.
The capabilities of this research group include novel software and hardware development for wireless communications across a number of industry sectors.

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