A New Approach to Serving Industry

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Evolve. Compete. Succeed. Repeat.

NAIT’s vision is to be one of the world’s leading polytechnics. Central to this vision is NAIT’s relationship with business and industry, a partnership that is dedicated to helping organizations compete  and succeed. Industry Solutions is the product of this vision, creating a model for continuous improvement by encouraging innovation and enhancing creativity.

What do we do?

The goal of Industry Solutions is to help our clients navigate their problems and discover innovative solutions. From delivering courses on leadership and productivity to developing prototypes and testing new product designs, we can offer you a package of tailored services that will meet your specific needs. Our work is highlighted by NAIT's new state-of-the-art  Productivity and Innovation Centre (PIC), a 190,000-square-foot facility that serves as the front door to industry. The PIC building has access to advanced technology labs, manufacturing spaces and decades of applied research knowledge  benefiting Alberta’s key industry sectors. But our expertise doesn't stop there, our reach has expanded across Alberta, giving our partners access to knowledge that is helping build a prosperous and sustainable economy. 

Our commitment to help our industry partners to be among the best in the world and globally competitive is what motivates us. NAIT is keenly focused on our industry customers, because we know that when industry succeeds, so do we all. NAIT’s relevant and responsive solutions - and how we work with industry - benefits all Albertans through a strong and prosperous economy.

 
What We Do - Industry Solutions

Our Success

Oberon Fuels Secures Grant for Production of Renewable Dimethyl Ether

Jul. 02, 2019

Oberon Fuels has been officially awarded a grant for $2,876,139 from the California Energy Commission (CEC) for a first-of-its-kind, multi-phase project.

Jun. 26, 2019

Researchers transform pulp waste into industrial odour eater

90,000 tonnes of fly ash ends up in Alberta landfills annually

May. 03, 2019

Defining the future of Canadian competitiveness: How partnerships between industry and educational institutions can help lead the way forward

Canada possesses all the building blocks required to be a competitive nation, however, it continues to fall behind competitors in terms of productivity and innovation.

Apr. 25, 2019

New NAIT applied research centre will help spark clean technology for electric power industry

Centre for Grid Innovation receives almost $2 million in federal funding.

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