The market for IoT devices and applications for improved patient care and general health and wellness is growing faster than ever before, thanks in large part to the needs of an aging population.
Dr. El Saddik and MDI2’s team have a broad focus on medical device usage in healthcare delivery and knowledge creation. That applies to any device, material or application used in medical rehabilitation, treatment, prevention or diagnosis.
Visions of the future, in the form of robots that clean up our planet, transportable homes for Indigenous communities and hydroponic grow walls, were brought to life by more than 500 uOttawa engineering students at Design Day 2018.
This annual research competition among the graduate students of the Faculty of Engineering, demonstrates the cutting-edge research that they are conducting, and gives Ottawa’s industry and community a sneak preview of the next generation of designers, makers, and entrepreneurs.
Student prototype projects inspired former electrical engineer John McEntyre to support the Project Integration and Team Space (PITS), a testing facility, with a generous $1.5 million gift. His gift will provide student teams with direct support, mentoring, new technology and equipment.