Technologies developed on site at ACAMP
and partner companies can be advanced and tested in a real-life setting, which is beneficial to students and start-up companies.
EIA is providing work space for the incubator program participants and ACAMP will manage the program and mentor start-up companies.
'This is an enormous opportunity for Alberta to enable the creation of highly skilled jobs in advanced technologies and also create opportunities for entrepreneurs to take their product proof of concepts to market,' said Ken Brizel, CEO, ACAMP.
Founded in Alberta, Canada in 2007, ACAMP is a unique industry-led advanced technology product development centre that entrepreneurs count on to move their innovation from proof-of-concept to manufactured product by providing access to multidisciplinary engineers, technology experts, unique specialized equipment, and industry acumen.
All entrepreneurs are welcome to apply for the space by contacting ACAMPs EIA location.
The partnership with ACAMP to build the vehicle is also part of a larger effort to foster innovation, collaboration and economic diversification through our Airport Citys growing number of technology and aerospace companies.
EIA is a member of the Advanced Systems for Transportation Consortium established by ACAMP and supported by the Government of Alberta.
The partnership with EIA has helped us build a customizable platform that uses the latest in artificial intelligence, telematics, communications and other technologies that has application worldwide, says Rosy Amlani, ACAMPs CFO and Vice-President of Business Development.
ACAMP is a unique, industry-led product development centre that advanced technology entrepreneurs count on to move their hardware innovation from proof-of-concept to manufactured product.
Recognizing this markets potential for Alberta businesses, ACAMP recently formed the Advanced Systems for Transportation (AST) Consortium.
We are proud to support organizations like ACAMP that drive innovation, diversify our economy and create new jobs.
ACAMP CEO Ken Brizel notes that, in Alberta alone, about 30 companies are working on technology that could be applied to autonomous vehicles.