Canada’s automation specialists represent one of the most innovation-intensive sectors in the economy. Yet in this industry you can still find businesses that are not even aware that tax incentives exist for this kind of work.
EarthRenew of Toronto has been selected to submit an international consortium project proposal by the governments of Canada and the United Kingdom (UK). The two governments are working together to foster and support collaborative industrial research and development (R&D) projects with a seemingly high potential for commercialization.
Three Rivers, MI-based Kadant Johnson has appointed of Bill Covell to the newly created position of R&D electrical, instrumentation, and controls specialist. In this role, Covell will modernize critical R&D systems with smart technologies to test and develop advanced designs. He will also be the controls and user interface lead for new product development programs.
A*STAR’s NanoBio Lab and Canada’s Hydro-Québec have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to finance US$20 million for a joint laboratory for battery research.