Quanser in Media

From the Cutting Edge to Our Inner Communities: Advanced Engineering as a Platform for Community Outreach
ECE Source, ECEDHA Newsletter
The monthly newsletter of the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department Heads Association (ECEDHA) recently published an artical highlighting the community outreach activities of Dr. Michael Frye and Dr. Sreerenjini Nair from the University of Incarnate Word (UIW) in San Antonio, Texas. Using Quanser-developed unmanned vehicles research platforms, they offer middle and high school students a more motivating and more meaningful introduction to engineering and STEM.
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Press Releases

Quanser to Sponsor Student Award at University of Waterloo 2012 Mechatronics Design Symposium. March 14, 2012

Quanser challenges engineering students to create an experiment for teaching about sustainable engineering. March 10, 2012

Quanser unleashes robots and unmanned vehicles for FIRST Robotics high school team to promote careers in engineering. December 13, 2011

Quanser collaborates with the College of Engineering, Pune to make effective, hands-on engineering education more accessible globally. December 9, 2011

Quanser named “most innovative company” by Markham Board of Trade. November 18, 2011

Quanser Adds Chief Education Officer to its Executive Team. May 26, 2011

Canadian company’s new technology makes history by bridging continents for international authors and their fans. October 16, 2006
Drone to door service Drone to door service
CTV News
Vanessa Lee reports, surrounded by Quanser Qball unmanned aerial vehicles at the Diagnosis, Flight Control and Simulation and Networked Autonomous Vehicles Lab at Concordia University, on the future of same-day delivery as the online retail giant Amazon wants to use flying robots.
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Dr. Truchard and Dr. Apkarian at NIWeek 2013 Bringing the real world into the undergraduate lab
Electronic Products and Technology Magazine
At the annual NIWeek Conference in Austin, the Canadian control systems hardware company Quanser and the technology giant National Instruments (NI) demonstrated a series of new products that streamlines the hardware and software tool chain for control systems applications in engineering education and research.
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Rick Mercer Report at TRI CEAL RMR at Toronto Rehab
CBC, Rick Mercer Report
Rick Mercer, Canadian comedian, television personality and satirist visits a leading centre for rehabilitation research and takes part in experiments aimed at improving quality of life for Canadians.
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Why Can't Johnny Design, EEWeb Pulse Magazine Why Can't Johnny Design?
EEWeb Pulse
Does engineering education need an overhaul? How do educators ensure the next generation of engineers is ready to meet the complex challenges of the 21st century?  Dr. Tom Lee, Chief Education Officer at Quanser offers insights into these all-important questions in “Why Can't Johnny Design?”
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Inside the Robotic Operating Room of the Future - Digital Journal Inside the Robotic Operating Room of the Future
Digital Journal
In a special Digital Journal investigation, we interviewed the leaders of advanced robotic technology who are adding a realistic sense of touch to surgical robotic tools. The operating room of the future was on full display, as Quanser reps, Michael Armata and Paul Gilbert, demonstrated the efficacy of robot arms designed to improve techniques for minimally-invasive surgery.
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More Quanser in Media

Haptics: Machines Imitating Life. Today's Medical Developments
An Autonomous Device for Upper Limb Stroke Rehabilitation. Design News
Rabbits, robots and remote surgery - small Canadian firms offer tech that transforms healthcare. IT Business
The rise of the machines - Felix Grant on the development of robotics via maths and stats packages. Scientific Computing World
Rapidly developing complex machines. Eureka Magazine
Can game console technology find roadside bombs? Network World
Getting a Head Start on Mechatronics. Design News - Mechatronics Zone
Motion feedback gets touch and feel. Design Product News
Ontario haptic technology project funded. Canadian Healthcare Technology
Remote surgery requires advanced mathematics. Scientific Computing World
Getting in touch with medical robots. C-Health





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