Dalhousie University’s Emera IdeaHUB has announced the latest cohort of its BUILD accelerator, with artificial intelligence playing a role in the underlying technology behind at least four of the 10 companies.
BUILD, previously called Design2Build, is a 10-month accelerator meant to help deep tech entrepreneurs develop and manufacture their products.
The program is split into three modules. The first module focuses on product design, the second on building a product and the third on scaling manufacturing.
Through the Build cohort, nditive3D is developing a digital twin-driven gas monitoring system for the real-time safety analysis of maritime and offshore personnel. This
Smart cloud-based gas monitoring system will help oil and gas, chemical, and marine shipping industries with earlier, easier, faster, and less expensive gas detection and will significantly increase personnel safety in the field.