Canada's Advanced Manufacturing Supercluster
Based in Ontario, the Advanced Manufacturing Supercluster is building up next-generation manufacturing capabilities, such as advanced robotics and 3D printing. Ultimately, the Supercluster is positioning Canadian companies to lead industrial digitalization, maximizing competitiveness and participation in global markets. Worldwide, 'Made in Canada' is being recognized as excellence in innovative manufacturing.
Total funding: up to $230M
Technology focus: Internet of Things, machine learning, cybersecurity, additive manufacturing (3D printing)
Expected economic impact
|GDP impact over 10 years (in billions)||Job creation over 10 years|
|More than $13.5 billion||More than 13,500 jobs|
- High Potential Technology Development — Developing and scaling new technologies with significant commercial potential.
- Ground Breaking Process Transformation — Adopting advanced technologies to transform existing manufacturing processes.
- Technology Diffusion — Expanding the user base for new and unique applications of technologies developed in Canada.
- Ecosystem Development — Support for training, collaboration, and the development of tools and test beds.
- SME Capacity Building — Strengthening and scale up for SME partners.
- COVID-19 response
Canada's Supercluster projects
Canada's Supercluster projects: COVID-19 response
Read the Advanced Manufacturing 2019-2020 annual report
Website: Next Generation Manufacturing Canada (NGen)
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