As part of our ongoing series of workshops led by IBM Analytics, RC4 in partnership with the Ryerson Launch Zone hosted a workshop on NoSQL databases for a group of 55 developers looking to expand their expertise on April 16th. In this 2-hour workshop IBM Senior Manger Raul Chong reviewed the history of databases, why NoSQL […]
From one of the most iconic buildings in Toronto, the former Maple Leaf Gardens; IBM, Ryerson University, and We Are Wearables Toronto (WWTO) have joined forces to bring you SportsHack at the Mattamy Athletic Centre. This event will allow participants to work with the coolest wearable, Cloud and Analytics technologies applied in the world of sports. SportsHack is the first Wearable Technology Hackathon in Toronto where the main theme is Sports.
TORONTO, Canada (August 20, 2014) — Flybits Inc., a Toronto start-up that has created a context-aware experience development platform for mobile environments, has closed a $3.75 million Series A financing. Led by Robert Bosch Venture Capital GmbH (RBVC) and Trellis Capital Corporation with participation from MaRS Investment Accelerator Fund and Ryerson Futures, Inc., the investment will advance the company’s product development and international […]
Building on Ryerson’s successful model of entrepreneurship, innovation, and experiential learning, the Ryerson Centre for Cloud and Context-Aware Computing (RC4) brings together mobile technologies, predictive software, and internet connectivity to match services with our individual needs and preferences. For example, location and time are basic attributes that can be used to allow e-commerce applications to […]
Ryerson Centre for Cloud and Context-Aware Computing (RC4) is Ryerson’s newest research and commercialization centre. Ryerson showcased its RC4 hub and cloud infrastructure to almost 130 government partners, researchers, and representatives from private industry and start-ups, bringing them together for the first time at the celebratory event hosted on March 25, 2014. The Centre focuses […]
A research partnership between Ryerson’s research and innovation group in the Digital Media Zone (DMZ) and the Ministry of Transportation of Ontario (MTO) has produced a platform which enables cars to be more connected and intelligent[...]
Our team at RC4 is recognized for its ability to introduce disruptive and innovative solutions. What may not be communicated as frequently is our strong scientific research capabilities, which are on par with research labs of the same nature. At RC4, research has a robust life cycle which is imperative to the growth and dissemination of our ideas. When a manuscript is published, it […]