Federal government announces $300K in support for CRVI (Centre de robotique et de vision industrielles Inc.)

Federal government announces $300K in support for CRVI (Centre de robotique et de vision industrielles Inc.)

This non-repayable contribution will be used to purchase software and equipment such as specialized cameras and four industrial robots.

Élisabeth Brière, Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Economic Development and Official Languages (Canada Economic Development for Quebec Regions), announced $368,860 in funding for CRVI (Centre de robotique et de vision industrielles Inc.). This organization is a college centre for technology transfer (CCTT) located in the Cégep de Lévis whose mission is to increase the competitiveness of businesses through the use of artificial intelligence applied to robotics and vision. CRVI is a Quebec player in the implementation of advanced technologies that enable a transition to Industry 4.0. This non-repayable contribution will be used to purchase software and equipment such as specialized cameras and four industrial robots, two of which are collaborative—a technology that is increasingly present in SMEs.

Source : Canadian Manufacturing | May 31 2021

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