Organization: École de technologie supérieure

Smart cities accelerator merges with Centech incubator

InnoCité MTL, Montreal’s accelerator for smart cities, has merged with incubator Centech to combine their services and help more startups. The two organizations say the combination will put under one roof the best experts in smart cities development. InnoCité MTL is an initiative of the city of Montreal while Centech is a technology incubator created…

Quebec funds seven public-private life sciences projects

Seven life sciences research projects worth $140 million have been announced by the Quebec government with $62.5 million in assistance from the $125-million Partnership Fund for an Innovative, Healthy Quebec. Launched May/13, the fund encourages public-private research partnerships in the biopharmaceutical sector, including medical devices. Priority was given to disciplines for which Quebec displays specific…

Agreement will launch open innovation projects

Wesley Clover has entered into a collaborative agreement with l’École de technologie supérieure (ÉTS) to initiate and support entrepreneurial initiatives and joint technology projects based on open innovation. The agreement leverages Wesley Clover’s expertise in angel investing and company building in the area of telecommunications, digital media, real estate and leisure properties. ÉTS has recently…

Sonomax and ETS establish auditory research chair

Somomax Technologies Inc and École de Technologie Supérieure (ETS) have established an Industrial Research Chair to develop new in-ear auditory technologies. Montreal-based Somomax will provide $750,000 over five years and the chair will be held by Dr Jeremy Voix, former research director at Somomax. In addition to giving Somomax access to highly-skilled graduates and ETS’…