Canadian Connected & Autonomous Vehicle R&D Mission

We are proud to have participated in the Canadian Connected & Autonomous Vehicle R&D Mission in South Korea. We were selected by the Canadian government to represent the innovative industry in Canada and to make our way into the global market. In Seoul, we participated in networking events and meetings with researchers, public agencies and Korean companies, …

Canadian Connected & Autonomous Vehicle R&D Mission Read More »

CEMWorks Advances to Second Phase of Innovated Solutions Canada Program

July 10, 2019, marks a special accomplishment for CEMWorks. Today, it was announced that our company successfully proceeded toward the second phase of the Innovated Solutions Canada Program.  Last year, the CEMWorks team was excited to work on the first phase of the project devoted to the design of connected vehicles inside smart cities. At the end …

CEMWorks Advances to Second Phase of Innovated Solutions Canada Program Read More »

News Feature: The Winnipeg Free Press

Last year, we became the first Canadian company to receive a $150,000 grant from the federal government to develop our proof of concept. This July we proceeded to phase two, earning $1 million in federal funding and were the first Canadian Company to reach this phase. Read about our success in the Winnipeg Free Press Article: Meeting …

News Feature: The Winnipeg Free Press Read More »

2019 IEEE International Symposium on Electromagnetic Compatibility, Signal & Power Integrity

EMC 2019 Presentation on the Simulation of Vehicles with Deployed Frequency Selective Surfaces

This year, Anton Menshov, CEMWorks R&D Engineer, is going to present a paper “Rigorous Numerical Electromagnetic Compatibility Modeling of Connected Vehicles with Deployed Frequency Selective Surfaces” at the 2019 IEEE International Symposium on Electromagnetic Compatibility, Signal & Power Integrity (EMC+SIPI 2019). The conference will take place in New Orleans, Louisiana, July 22–26, 2019. The paper …

EMC 2019 Presentation on the Simulation of Vehicles with Deployed Frequency Selective Surfaces Read More »

CEMWorks Engineer is #1 contributor to Computational Science SE in 2018!

Promoting research and computational sciences is one of the goals that CEMWorks determined for its mission statement. On a daily basis, CEMWorks’ team uses StackOverflow, Computational Science SE, and many other StackExchange websites to find answers on the technical and research questions. However, we believe that we also have a responsibility to produce free content …

CEMWorks Engineer is #1 contributor to Computational Science SE in 2018! Read More »

News Feature: The Winnipeg Free Press

On October 16th, 2018, the Winnipeg technology sector was notified of a new federal government program. The program was seeking to aid Canadian tech companies to grow and compete on a global scale. Underpublicized few knew of the program but, as news of the program broke, our success at CEMWorks did not go unnoticed. Read …

News Feature: The Winnipeg Free Press Read More »

Government of Canada

CEMWorks Wins Phase I of the “Connected Vehicles” Challenge from the Canadian Government

On August 31, 2018, the Canadian government announced an investment in CEMWorks Inc. through Innovative Solutions Canada program. CEMWorks Inc. proposed a comprehensive electromagnetic simulation platform as an answer to the “Connected Vehicles” challenge. This solution will enable large-scale accurate simulations of smart vehicles equipped with frequency selective engineered surfaces (FSES). Currently, such simulations present …

CEMWorks Wins Phase I of the “Connected Vehicles” Challenge from the Canadian Government Read More »