GBC will leverage its multidisciplinary research strengths in the creation of ARGILE, a “Living Lab” for Building Construction, Restoration, Energy Efficiency, Product Testing and the Development of Innovative Environmental Building Solutions, all with a focus on Sustainability and in collaboration with Industry.
Right Angle is looking to expand its market share by launching its own product, a unique elevator control button assembly. The project consists of designing and building a novel prototype to be integrated into the partner’s elevator control panel. The project consists of developing a new component (button-integrated circuit combination) for elevator control panels.
Canjamoto is a Toronto-based, start-up company focused on the development and commercialization of high performance electric motorcycles. Richard Minott, President & owner of Canjamoto, approached GBC to collaborate on the development of a high performance electric full-race motorbike to compete on the TTXGP circuit.
ADL Process Inc. is a privately-owned electronics recycling company in west end Toronto, at Keele & St. Clair. They have 25 employees and recently secured a provincial contract to dispose of 1 million kilograms of electronics waste per year. A large proportion of this waste is glass cathode ray tubes (CRTs).
Komodo Open Labs Inc. (KOL) and George Brown College’s Centre for Construction and Engineering Technology (CCET) are collaborating to develop a production version of the Tecla Bluetooth interface for Android® and iPhones®. KOL’s Tecla is a set of open software and hardware tools that facilitate access to electronic devices for people with mobility impairments.