Company founded by three alumni and Professor Aleksandar Prodić (ECE) snapped up by multinational, becomes its first Canadian location
Founded by U of T Engineering researchers in 2011, Nymi uses people's heartbeats as biometric identifiers to log them into iPhones, iPads — and now industrial equipment.
More than 100 teams applied to participate in U of T Engineering startup incubator's Nest program
Large-scale, utility level battery systems will reduce the charging time for electric vehicles from hours to minutes
We’ve all heard that artificial intelligence and machine learning are poised to transform our lives with self-driving cars and voice-activated robotic assistants. But these technologies may also
Steering through uncertainty: U of T Engineering research creates control algorithms for self-driving robots
Mireille Broucke and her colleagues in the Institute for Robotics and Mechatronics design theoretical frameworks to help drones and autonomous vehicles navigate in changing conditions