emSYSCAN and the National Design Network
Embedded Systems Canada (emSYSCAN) is a 5-year project worth over $50 million, and involves more than 250 university researchers in 37 institutions in Canada. The emSYSCAN project provides platform-based microsystems design and prototyping environments and is managed by CMC. emSYSCAN infrastructure will shorten the microsystems development cycle leading to rapid commericalization, publication, and training of highly qualified personnel within a national and international multi-disciplinary research environment.
Canada’s National Design Network (NDN) involves more than 6000 microsystems researchers benefiting from industrial tools, technologies, and support services valued at over $100 million. Members of the NDN can leverage services managed by CMC, such as development systems equipment across Canada, to assist their research.
Access Shared Infrastructure: Equipment Locators
Equipment locators can be used to assist you in finding development systems equipment nearest you. To find more information on equipment at Canadian institutions and contact information for the Development Systems Coordinator, click on the desired product on the Development Systems main page. Click the equipment locator, and then the desired province, city, and university. Additional information can be found at the bottom of the page.
Development Systems Coordinators
Development Systems Coordinators are located at each institution that is part of the emSYSCAN project. Coordinators can provide more information on the installed equipment, including how to access. A list of Development Systems Coordinators can be found in the Development Systems Community Space.
NDN Community Space: Discover, Collaborate, and Connect
The Community Space is a service for the National Design Network (NDN) intended to help facilitate open discussions to share best practices, learn about cutting-edge technologies or foster research collaborations. The Development Systems Space features a Development Systems National Catalogue, information on access and support services, and discussion boards for the development systems community.