Miovision, a Kitchener-based company founded by systems design engineering graduates announced the closing of $30 million CAD in their Series B financing round earlier this week. The investment will help expand the company’s workforce and accelerate their vision of smart cities and cloud-based traffic management technology.
Waterloo Engineering automotive research projects are receiving financial support from the Canada Foundation for Innovation's (CFI) Automotive Partnership Canada Fund. The two initiatives will help improve fuel efficiency: one by developing lightweight parts and the other by designing intelligent control systems.
From Automotive Testing Technology International magazine
A missing umbrella is no big deal until it rains. An executive panel full of male faces may be accepted without a second thought, until someone has the audacity to question the absence of diverse voices.
The University of Waterloo broke ground this week on Engineering 7, an $88-million building that will feature some of the best engineering research and teaching facilities in the world.
The race to build a better battery has drawn in some of the world’s biggest innovators — notably billionaire CEO Elon Musk, who is one of the players in the global drive to invent a low-cost, powerful battery to fuel the next-generation of electric cars.
At the University of Waterloo, innovation is in our DNA. Building one of the world’s top innovation universities takes talent, curiosity, drive, passion and a single-minded focus on creating real-world change.