The onset of the digital economy has sparked a fourth industrial revolution. As international competition around Industry 4.0 increases, we will have to respond to these challenges. Even though the adoption of Industry 4.0 is low in Canada compared to the rest of the world, small and medium-sized companies (SMEs) can increase performance and productivity and gain competitive advantage using smart manufacturing solutions.
ReMAP regards smart manufacturing as the rapid transfer of science and technology into products, digital manufacturing tools, optimized supply chains, new business models, globalization, and speed-to-market. Find out how you can get started today. Discover your readiness level with these FREE tools and assessments.
Learn more about our trip to the Canada-Germany Industry4.0 partnering mission sponsored by National Research Council of Canada Industrial Research Assistance Program (NRC-IRAP), National Science and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC), and Global Affairs Canada (GAC).
Learn more about Industry 4.0 delivered by guest lecturer, Dr. Dieter Wegener, Siemens sponsored by ventureLAB at the IBM Innovation Space – Markham Convergence Centre.
22 Jun 2018
Meet ReMAP at Canada’s Innovation Corridor Summit on June 26th at the Royal Botanical Gardens in Burlington. Hosted by Canada’s Innovation Business Council, this initiative represents 21,000 small and large
7 May 2018
Join ReMAP at the International Conference for Electronics Enabling Technologies (ICEET), formerly the International Conference on Soldering & Reliability (ICSR). ICEET is co-located with the SMTA Ontario Expo & Tech
4 May 2018
Shifting Gears: Today’s Polytechnics, Tomorrow’s Work Join ReMAP at the Polytechnics Canada Annual Conference on May 15th at Sheridan College. The conference brings together academics, government officials, industry leaders &
2 May 2018
Please join us in congratulating Irene Sterian who has recently been named one of Canada’s Inspiring 50 in 2018. Inspiring 50 recognizes exceptional Canadian female role models for their contribution
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