• Sheridan applied research had strong presence at OCE Discovery 2016

      From SIRT’s immersive virtual reality demo to CAMDT’s resident YuMi robot exhibit, Sheridan had a strong presence at OCE Discovery 2016, held May 9 and 10 at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre. Applied Research and Innovation supported research teams from across the institution in demonstrating the leadership for which Sheridan has become world-renowned through […]

  • Second Cyber Security Symposium Helps Businesses Prevent Data Theft

    Sheridan’s Faculty of Applied Science and Technology hosted its second Cyber Security Symposium on Wednesday May 4th, at the Hazel McCallion Campus in Mississauga. The event brought together approximately 90 local business owners, executives, and technical professionals for a day of presentations, discussion and inquiry about the state of cyber security in 2016, and the […]

  • Social Innovation Researchers Connect at Second Community Research Café

    Last week, researchers from community agencies across Peel joined Sheridan faculty and students for a morning of knowledge-sharing, networking, and discussing partnership opportunities at the second annual Community Research Café. The event was hosted again this year by the Region of Peel, the Peel Child & Youth Initiative (PCYI), and Sheridan’s Faculty of Humanities and […]

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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/      

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Sheridan & SOTI create location-tracking apps using iBeacons

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.