Canada Makes is pleased to announce Sarnia, Ontario based Lambton College’s Bluewater Technology Access Centre’s (BTAC) as it newest member. BTAC is Lambton College’s frontline for industry innovation and is a specialized research and development centre that works with Canadian businesses – especially SME’s – to advance their products, processes, and services.
“BTAC provides access to new technologies, state-of-the-art equipment, expertise and funding sources. Their main focus is on advanced manufacturing and 3D printing and Canada Makes looks forward to having them as part of our National network of advanced manufacturing experts,” said Frank Defalco Manager, Canada Makes.”
BTAC helps companies through applied research and development projects focusing on solving problems. BTAC offers technical services and object analysis and provides training related to new types of equipment and processes. Other areas of expertise include advanced material development, instrumentation, process control and optimization, renewable energy conversion, storage and management, bio-technology and more.
About Lambton College’s Bluewater Technology Access Centre
BTAC is a One-Stop-Innovation Hub that supports the manufacturing and fabrication industry, businesses and organizations with access to expertise – students, faculty and infrastructure at Lambton College. Emphasis is on product and process development and/or improvement. These collaborative projects between companies and Lambton College create an enriching student learning experience, train highly qualified personnel and support innovation within organizations. After 5 years of operation and success the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council (NSERC) has renewed BTAC’s funding until March 2023. https://www.lambtoncollege.ca/BTAC/