Cybera has run more than 25 projects, ranging in budget from $25,000 to almost $2 million and in scope from environmental data management to mobile app development. These projects have supported multi-partner virtual organizations and opened doors of opportunity for technology commercialization.
Secure Electronic Healthcare Record Infrastructure
Incorporating digital rights management into existing Alberta health record systems.
Water and Environmental Hub
An online platform to share and access open water and environmental data.
TRLabs Service Composition
Managing network bandwidth complexities related to on-demand network services, and seamlessly integrating those services with wireless devices.
Multi Media Processing
Simplifying the loading process of digital media files and enabling those files to work seamlessly on any media player device.
Health Care Aides and Technology
To utilize mobile communication technologies in order to help rural Alberta health care aides work more efficiently and effectively
Initiating a Canadian consortium of industry, universities and government agencies with the common goal of reducing greenhouse gas emissions arising from information and communication technology services.
Geospatial Cyberinfrastructure for Environmental Sensing
An online platform that allows scientists to gain and share new insights into the Earth’s climatic, biological and geological systems.
Providing customized collaboration tools for the management of environmental monitoring data and enabling geographically dispersed researchers to access and share information.
Reducing the barriers of cost and accessibility associated with a small company harnessing powerful computing resources.
Using virtualization technologies to provide seamless integration between multiple data centres.
Community Health and Immunization Program
Using cyberinfrastructure to expand and strengthen First Nations communities’ health services.
Cloud-Enabled Space Weather Modelling and Data Assimilation Platform
Enabling researchers to collaborate and make sense of complex weather data, and to increase computational resource capacity, while reducing operational complexity and costs.
Canadian Space Science Data Portal
Enabling researchers to access, share, and analyze diverse data sets spread geographically across the world.
The Ecosys Experiment Environment (EEE)
Anticipating ecosystem behavior under different environmental conditions.
Virtual Computing Lab
Giving students access to class software from any internet-enabled device, doing away with the need for on-campus computer labs.