About Alberta Innovates - Technology Futures

Alberta Innovates - Technology Futures (AITF) provides innovation, research and commercialization services delivering economic and social benefits to Alberta.

We’re here to address the grand challenges and priorities of the province's agriculture, forestry, oil and gas, environment, health, and pipelines sectors. If you need help with research, new product development, or a push off the starting line for your business, contact us. If we don't have the services you need, we'll direct you to others in the innovation system who do.

With the problems you need to solve, the new technologies you plan to take to market, and the business connections you need to make - we can help.

 

We work collaboratively, with a wide range of partners, to create the strong science, technology and entrepreneurial culture Alberta needs to grow new and existing businesses and industries.

We offer services and programs to:

  • Attract and develop world-class research teams in Alberta.
  • Help start-up companies establish and grow
  • Provide quality management and ISO consulting services across Canada
  • Solve basic and applied research problems moving technologies from ideation to commercialization.

Discover what we can do for you. Explore the sections below or contact us today.

BIO & INDUSTRIAL
TECHNOLOGIES

ACADEMIC
PROGRAMS (iCORE)

ENVIRONMENT
& CARBON
MANAGEMENT

OIL & GAS

FERMENTATION

SUCCESS STORIES

BUSINESS
SERVICES &
INDUSTRY
FUNDING

News
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1 Sep 2015

Kinetisense: range of motion therapy is no game

Kinetisense: range of motion therapy is no game
Microsoft's Xbox Kinect system is not just another way to play for an Alberta entrepreneur who's hoping the motion-sensing hardware will be a game changer for rehabilitation practitioners like chiropractors and physiotherapists. With support from AITF, the team at Medicine Hat’s Kinetisense Inc. has developed software that quickly and easily interprets patient video data for range of motion analysis...
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1 Sep 2015

UPDATE: AEMERA features new Aboriginal program

UPDATE: AEMERA features new Aboriginal program
AITF has launched a new Aboriginal-focused training program for increasing engagement in environmental monitoring. Running now until December 2015, the program is focused on safety, surface water quality monitoring and wildlife monitoring, in a partnership between AITF, AEMERA, Aboriginal communities and companies, government and industry...



UPDATE: September 1 - The Alberta Environmental Monitoring, Evaluation and Reporting Agency (AEMERA) has included this story in its September 2015 newsletter. Read more.

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27 Aug 2015

Native plants aid industrial land reclamation

Native plants aid industrial land reclamation
AITF researchers led a tour of pipeline sector reclamation specialists in Eastern Alberta on August 20. The tour explored four different sites where native plants have been used to remediate land disturbed by oilfield activity in the Neutral Hills and surrounding area, near the Saskatchewan border about 300 kilometres southeast of Edmonton. See the photos...
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14 Aug 2015

Life sciences roundtable for discussing challenges, opportunities

Life sciences roundtable for discussing challenges, opportunities

Export Development Canada, in collaboration with Alberta Innovates - Technology Futures and TEC Edmonton, will host panel discussions and roundtable sessions on September 17 and 18 in Edmonton and Calgary. Members of the public can attend these sessions free-of-charge...

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14 Aug 2015

Climate change panel ready to hear from Albertans

Climate change panel ready to hear from Albertans
A climate change panel assembled by the Government of Alberta is accepting feedback online or in-person at upcoming public sessions to invite Albertans to share their thoughts on how the GoA should approach climate change...
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Upcoming Events
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Connectica

Introducing Connectica: a new self-service tool for SMEs and service providers to connect with other provincial innovators, in alignment with AITF's strategic priority for contributing to an effective Innovation System.



The Innovation Family

Bio Solutions supports research and innovation growing prosperity in Alberta's agriculture, food and forestry sectors.

Health Solutions supports research efforts to further our understanding of health and disease, and to produce results that will make a difference to the health, economy and societal wellbeing of Albertans and people around the world.

Energy and Environment Solutions supports energy and environmental research and innovation in Alberta and is working to develop solutions for the biggest challenges facing these sectors.

Alberta Innovates-Technology Futures supports research and innovation activities directed at the growth and development of technology-based sectors, the commercialization of technology, the provision of business and technical services, and initiatives that encourage a strong science, technology and entrepreneurial culture in Alberta.

Alberta Innovates–Technology Futures was created on January 1, 2010, it was built on the successes of the former Alberta Ingenuity, former Alberta Research Council, former iCORE, and nanoAlberta.With roots stretching back almost 90 years, these organizations were well-known in the research and innovation community, not only within Alberta, but internationally as well. By bringing the separate entities together, the intention is to harness the creativity, innovation and outstanding research being conducted by all, and translate that into a new and improved organization that can build on the foundation laid by each entity.AITF shares the vision of each former organization - to leverage technology in order to make Alberta a great place to be, now and for future generations.

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