Workshop & Call For Proposals
Please join us to learn about Smart Manufacturing. Participants will gain practical knowledge about Industry 4.0 adoption with expert advice, best practices and resources to assess product and/or manufacturing readiness.
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. Smart manufacturing will help Canadian stakeholders in the value chain navigate the digital economy, accelerate growth and improve ease of doing business.
Strategic partners who can successfully integrate software, hardware and AI will be the leaders of the future.
Over the past few years, we’ve seen technology mature rapidly. 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.
Part 1: Smart Manufacturing for a Connected World
Participants will gain practical knowledge for digital manufacturing solutions.
1. Introduction to Smart Manufacturing
2. Leveraging Strategic Partnerships: Creating Stronger Supply Chains
3. Getting Started: Industry 4.0 Readiness Workshop i.e. sustainability as an entry point
Part 2 – ReMAP 2.0, Call for Proposals by Expression of Interest
Open to the entire Canadian manufacturing community, ReMAP provides the support and mentoring to help you understand how to leverage funding and develop strategic partnerships. Interested project groups will have first-mover advantage and will be eligible for the next funding cohort.
1. Project Development: Bring us your new ideas in:
Electronification: New Materials, Photonics, RF
Cleantech: Generation, conversion, Storage
Smart Manufacturing: Industry 4.0, IoT, M2M, Robotics, Automation Platforms, and AI
2. ReMAP 2.0: 1:1 Funding Model, IP Infrastructure and Next Steps.
Who should attend?
- Strategic Partners who want to collaborate, create stronger supply chains, accelerate time to market and gain export strategies.
- Strategic Partners who want to become more productive, expand capabilities, leverage data and automation.
Vancouver – Lunch & Learn
Date: March 14th
Time: 12:00 p.m – 3:00 p.m
Location: Government of Canada, National Research Council, 4250 Westbrook Mall, Room 1310-12, Vancouver, BC
Saskatoon – Lunch & Learn
Date: February 22nd
Time: 12:00 p.m – 4:00 p.m
Location: Innovation Place, Candle Room, Atrium, 114 – 15 Innovation Boulevard, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
Halifax – Workshop & Networking Lunch
Date: February 16th
Time: 9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m
Location: Deloitte Canada, 1969 Upper Water Street, Purdys Wharf Tower II, 15th Floor, Halifax, Nova Scotia
Limited Space. RSVP Today.