SMOOTHING THE WAY …
FOR CANADIAN MANUFACTURING
FOR CANADIAN BUSINESS
The manufacturing sector in Canada has an output of approximately $600 billion annually, with machining operations playing a major role in this activity.
Critical value-added functions are performed during machining to produce parts for the machinery, aircraft, automotive, power generation, medical, agricultural, marine and rail transportation sectors. Large amounts of capital equipment and human resources are involved in this sector within Canada.
The NSERC CANRIMT Project focuses on making this existing base of equipment and talent more productive by providing it with educated personnel empowered with science-based tools operating within a virtual framework.
Overall this will have a significant impact on productivity, cost, and quality; three indicators that dictate competitiveness in the global marketplace.