The CPEIA recently concluded its successful CPES2017 in Toronto. (Photos courtesy of Lauren Smith Photography)
Information Mediary Corp.’s Michael Petersen (centre) accepts the CPES Innovation Award for New Product from the CPEIA’s Peter Kallai (left) and the National Research Council of Canada’s Patrick Malenfant.
Voltera’s Alroy Almeida accepts the CPES Innovation Award for Commercialization from Michelle Chretien of the Xerox Research Centre of Canada and the CPEIA’s Peter Kallai.
NanoCnet’s Dr. Hadi Hosseinzadeh Khaligh accepts the first CPES Startup of the Year Award from the Business Development Bank of Canada’s Kirk Irving as the CPEIA’s Peter Kallai looks on.
Erika Rebrosova discusses printed electronics created with Sun Chemical inks.
Insulectro, the largest supplier of materials used to manufacture printed circuit boards (PCBs), was one of many tabletop exhibitors and academic posters at CPES2017.
Centennial College’s new Events Centre provided an excellent venue for CPES2017.
Michelle Chretien with the Xerox Research Centre of Canada presents on smart labels.
Frederic Chanay of OMsignal discusses his company’s lineup of intelligent athletic wear and the challenges of adding technology to textiles.