Access to postsecondary education will be strengthened by the 2016 Ontario Budget investments

https://www.sheridancollege.ca/news-and-events/news/access-to-postsecondary-education-will-be-strengthened-by-the-2016-ontario-budget-investments.aspx

New Colleges Ontario Ad Showcases Sheridan’s SIRT Centre

Sheridan’s Screen Industries Research and Training Centre is featured in a new TV ad campaign by Colleges Ontario that emphasizes the leading role that colleges play in preparing students for rewarding careers. The Centre’s motion capture facility and staff are shown in the ad, and SIRT team members assisted Colleges Ontario with the design of the 3D logo featured at the end.

Called Higher Education for a New World, the ad has started airing provincewide this week in both English and French. The ad will run for one month and will run again in the fall. The ad depicts how graduates are entering diverse fields such as business, health care and digital animation. Click here to learn more about the ad.

Sheridan’s Screen Industries Research and Training Centre (SIRT) is an applied research centre established by Sheridan in 2010 at Pinewood Toronto Studios in the east end of Toronto. It’s dedicated to fostering collaborative innovation in Ontario’s film, gaming and television industries. SIRT works with industry, academic, and government partners to conduct collaborative research and provide Ontario’s professionals the training needed to build the province’s competitive advantage in the screen-based entertainment industries.

Sheridan unveils the first ABB YuMi Robot in Canada

December 15, 2015

Sheridan’s Centre for Advanced Manufacturing and Design Technologies (CAMDT) has become the first facility in Canada to acquire ABB’s YuMi® robot.  A special event to unveil and showcase YuMi’s capabilities was held yesterday at Sheridan’s Brampton Campus.

https://www.sheridancollege.ca/news-and-events/news/sheridan-unveils-the-first-abb-yumi-robot-in-canada.aspx

What a college student looks like

Hargurdeep Singh, Sheridan Mechanical Engineering Design and Drafting Technology Program Graduate and former Student Research Assistant, was featured in December issue of Macleans:

http://www.macleans.ca/education/what-a-college-student-looks-like/

 

 

 

Sheridan & SOTI create location-tracking apps using iBeacons

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Who doesn’t know the frustration of losing something? Keys, wallet, tools… Sometimes it’s nuisance. But in business and in healthcare, losing something can be very costly.

To help reduce the basic human problem of losing things, there’s a new mobile technology called iBeacon – the subject of one of Sheridan’s latest applied research projects. Read More