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.

Aerial Filming Drone Research Takes Flight at Sheridan

Denis Loboda and his Toronto-based start-up Air Xposure needed help to get their idea for a new drone off the ground.

Exploring the Construct of Muslim Women’s Identities on Social Media

A two-minute video on YouTube has had a profound effect on a young researcher’s career.

Collaboration between Faculty of Applied Science and Technology, Chumbuggy and the Centre for Elder Research supports new online venture

In the spring of 2015, the Sheridan Centre for Elder Research collaborated with students and faculty from Sheridan’s Faculty of Applied Science and Technology (School of Applied Computing) to help develop a new online video chat site created by industry partner, Chumbuggy.com. The site, which launched in late July 2015, provides a safe and secure video-chat […]

Sheridan engineering team takes first place at IAM3D Challenge

A team of Sheridan students took first place in the re-engineered products category at the IAM3D Challenge held on August 2nd in Boston.  Ryan Vieira and Kristoffer Pascual received the award for their work in developing an audible hockey puck for blind and visually impaired athletes. Read the full story here!