WATERLOO — The Advanced Aging Research Centre at the University of Waterloo partnered with a startup called Pervasive Dynamics to develop wearable technologies that will help people recover from strokes, falls and accidents.
Muhammad Khan, the founder of Pervasive Dynamics, makes customized devices that are worn on the body to monitor movements, breathing, pulse, stress and a raft of other signs.
For the second year running, the Research and Technology Park Activities Committee has recognized the importance of the KidSport KW program in our community and we couldn’t be more thrilled with this support!
Contributing proceeds from various fundraising efforts within the KW Community Foundation, the R&T Park committee has made a conscious effort to give to programs like KidSport KW on a consistent basis to effect greater impact on the families in our region.
Today, we are excited to formally announce a major expansion of our facilities and services to better serve early stage companies and entrepreneurs within Waterloo Region.
Reactor, our new 8,000 square foot facility located in the Innotech Building in the David Johnston Research + Technology Park, represents a significant expansion in both space and capacity for us. Dedicated to early-stage clients in the AC Momentum program, Reactor nearly doubles the number of companies that the AC will house, allowing us to help even more technology businesses.