One of the major hubs for automotive innovation is Waterloo, Ontario, a Canadian technology powerhouse located at one end of the Toronto-Waterloo Corridor. Home to a number of internationally recognized companies such as ESCRYPT, General Motors, and Toyota as well as homegrown companies, such as Eclipse Automation, Intelligent Mechatronic Systems Inc. (IMS) and Miovision, Waterloo is driving the future of vehicle innovation.
Leading research institutions, such as Waterloo Centre for Automotive Research (WatCAR), Waterloo Autonomous Vehicles Laboratory (WAVELab), Waterloo Institute for Nanotechnology (WIN) and Conestoga College’s Centre for Smart Manufacturing (CSM) support the development of new products and processes for the automotive industry. World-class incubators and accelerator programs, such as Communitech, Velocity and Catalyst 137 – the world’s largest Internet of Things (IoT) manufacturing space – provide the resources to accelerate time-to-market and solve real-world challenges impacting the automotive sector.
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