Government of Canada Supports New Brunswick Businesses Through the Build in Canada Innovation Program

The Government of Canada is committed to growing the economy and the middle class, and helping those who work hard to join it. Through the Build in Canada Innovation Program, the Government of Canada is investing in Canadian innovations to create sustainable and inclusive economic growth for communities across Canada .

Matt DeCourcey, MP for Fredericton, announced today that the Government of Canada is investing in two solutions manufactured in Canada in the field of engineering.

Envenio Inc . has won a $ 492,000 contract for its innovative simulation software called EXN / Aero. The software allows engineers to simulate the flow of fluids, including air, into and around objects (for example, for the aerodynamics of a car) for a fraction of what normal airframes cost. simulations. It is being tested by Defense Research and Development Canada , National Defense and the Canadian Armed Forces.

TotalPave Inc. has been awarded a $ 231,278 contract for its Pavement Condition Data Collection System. It collects data on the condition of roads and sidewalks using a smart phone. It is being tested by Public Services and Procurement Canada.

These investments were made under the Build in Canada Innovation Program , which helps Canadian innovators make their first sale and test their innovations to the Government of Canada . This program is one of many ways the Government of Canada supports innovation and small and medium-sized businesses across the country.

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