Daneson Ltd. is a Toronto-based company providing flavoured toothpicks to high end retailers globally. This partnership between Daneson and George Brown College’s School of Mechanical Engineering Technology will lead to the development of customized process automation solutions for Daneson’s toothpick flavouring and bottling process.
This project is a joint collaboration between Clear Blue Technologies and George Brown College’s Centre for Construction and Engineering Technologies(CCET). The goal of this project is to develop Clear Blue’s manufacturing processes for two of their products.
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.
Electric vehicles are becoming more prevalent as the need for green and eco-friendly vehicles increases. The project team, with advisor, Professor Jamie McIntyre, will take on the challenge of creating an electrathon (electric) race car. As part of their final year engineering project, the student team will collaborate with Inertia Engineering and Design to design the electrathon car using CAD tools.