• Putting artificial intelligence to work in manufacturing

    Success story

    Martin Cloake, CEO of Ottawa, Ontario-based Raven Telemetry AI, has seen what AI can do for the manufacturing industry. To fill a void in a burgeoning market, he has devised a powerful, user-friendly solution that makes sense of big data.

  • Index ranks Canada a top 10 destination for manufacturers


    The Cushman & Wakefield Manufacturing Risk Index rates the top 30 destinations for manufacturers to relocate and/or expand their business operations.

  • Kitchener-Waterloo one of the smartest places on Earth, according to Antoine van Agtmael


    Kitchener-Waterloo a prime example of the rust belt to brain belt transformation taking place in Ontario.

  • Collaborative robots in manufacturing environments


    Collaborative robots are increasingly important in industrial and manufacturing environments because of worker safety, lower overall costs and from a work quality and accuracy standpoint.

  • A bright future for robotics


    The first thing that comes to mind when we think about robotics is industrial and aerospace applications. But today's robots are appearing everywhere, from hospitals and warehouses to offices and homes. And there's much more to come as the technology gets more sophisticated and the players get bigger.

  • What does servitization mean for manufacturers and their customers?


    Servitization describes the trend in which organizations are creating value through product-service systems. With the rise of the Internet of Things (IoT), embedded sensors and the power of cloud computing offer businesses the opportunity to monitor the performance of their products in real-time. This enables manufacturers to complement their products with, at times, entire field service support systems customized to meet the needs of their customers.

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