The Refined Manufacturing Acceleration Process (ReMAP) is a new network made possible through the Government of Canada’s Business-led Networks of Centres of Excellence program. ReMAP is an integrated shared ecosystem for the acceleration of the commercialization of electronics products manufactured in Canada for a global market.
Working together, this network of academic institutions, research organizations, and a wide range of industry partners aims to build a product enablement supply chain for growth and innovation. ReMAP projects focus on advancing next-generation R&D by developing reliable and environmentally compliant materials, miniaturizing and reducing the cost of optical technologies for new markets, and improving the performance and cost efficiency of solar installations.
Through shared resources and knowledge, ReMAP promotes lateral innovation across many sectors to position products manufactured in Canada that will compete on a global scale.
Our mission is to enable and accelerate commercialization of electronics innovations ensuring that Canada’s investment in electronics technology translates into economic growth and job creation.
Our vision is to have the Canadian Electronics Manufacturing sector recognized as the global expert on product commercialization.
21 Nov 2018
Are you Canada’s next Exponential Leader? Announcing the 2019 SingularityU Canada Global Impact Challenge An open call to innovators, entrepreneurs, scientists, and technologists to identify new technologies in digital
31 Oct 2018
Join ReMAP at McMaster University for Café X: Percolating Big Ideas with Irene Sterian. Café X, organized by McMaster’s Faculty of Engineering is a series of talks that will spark discussion
25 Oct 2018
Get Started with Industry 4.0 Please join us to learn about Smart Manufacturing for a Connected World – a practical approach to adopt Industry 4.0. This workshop and seminar
12 Oct 2018
Meet ReMAP at the 2018 Global Clusters Conference in Toronto. The Institute for Competitiveness & Prosperity is presenting a one-time stop in Toronto for this Global TCI Network event. Connect
844 Don Mills Road
Toronto, ON, M3C 1V7