We are working on several Canadian and International projects to validate our disruptive technology.
Kelvin Zero's 'Secur-e-Health' project received the prestigious ITEA 'label' in March 2021. Within this €20 million international project, Kelvin Zero will lead 34 partners across 8 different countries as project manager and technical coordinator. Secur-e-Health aims at leveraging Kelvin Zero’s SoLID for the development of multiple privacy-preserving data sharing applications in the healthcare industry starting in 2022.
Kelvin Zero will be supporting the Montreal Heart Institute’s project to develop new site-less trial technology. The $21.7M project, which is funded in part by the “Fonds d’accélération des collaborations en santé” (FACS) program of the Québec government, will help accelerate and facilitate research around cardiovascular, inflammatory, cancer, infectious, dementia, and cognitive diseases.
We are proud to have been selected by Innovative Solutions Canada (ISC) to receive over $300,000 CAD in funding to test SHERLOCK in an exclusive testing stream with two departments of the Canadian Federal Government, the Communications Security Establishment and the CRTC.
Kelvin Zero has secured advisory services and up to $180,000 in funding from the National Research Council of Canada Industrial Research Assistance Program (NRC IRAP) to support a research and development project involving new biometric card technology. This project will help us integrate our MULTI-PASS technology into biometric, near-field-communication (NFC) cards and smart phones and develop compatibility with NFC Point-of-Sale terminals.
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