October 22, 2020– The Digital Technology Supercluster is extending funding in five Feasibility Studies selected in the COVID-19 Program. Feasibility Studies enable Members to determine if a technology or innovative idea is appropriate for a large-scale project with the intention of developing an application for co-investment through our competitive call for projects.
New Digital Technology Supercluster projects target better Canadian healthcare alongside the pandemic
Vancouver, British Columbia [ August 31, 2020 ] – The Digital Technology Supercluster (the Supercluster) is proud to announce two new projects focused on strengthening Canada’s healthcare system and delivering long-term improvements in Canadian health care.
The Digital Technology Supercluster (the “Supercluster”) announces investments totalling nearly $4.5 million in the first two Cycle 3 projects in the Supercluster’s Technology Leadership Program.
The Digital Technology Supercluster (the “Supercluster”) announces the completion of its $60 million investment in the COVID-19 Program, launched in April to contribute to Canada’s Plan to Mobilize Industry to fight COVID-19.
Supercluster Using Digital Technologies to Create a Safe Return to Work Environment, and Supports for Mental Health & Wellness
The Digital Technology Supercluster (the “Supercluster”) is collaborating with companies from across Canada to develop, deploy and scale innovative technologies to support Canadians safely return to work and their respective communities.
Digital Technology Supercluster Leverages Technology & Collaboration to Bolster Healthcare During COVID-19
The Digital Technology Supercluster (the “Supercluster”) COVID-19 Program now includes a growing suite of projects offering solutions to urgent health care needs across Canada arising from COVID-19.
The Digital Technology Supercluster (the “Supercluster”) is supporting Canadians in the fight against COVID-19. The Supercluster is investing $60 million to deliver solutions to some of the biggest health and safety problems created by COVID-19.
The Province has partnered with the Digital Technology Supercluster and the Business Council of British Columbia to create the COVID-19 Supply Hub, a made-in-B.C. online platform to co-ordinate, source and expedite medical supplies and personal protective equipment (PPE) for provincial health authorities to support front-line health workers fighting COVID-19.
Today, the Digital Technology Supercluster (Supercluster) is announcing 14 new projects with a total investment of $25 million; eight focused on talent development for the digital economy, six in technology.