St. Clair College students have created a system to predict local traffic.
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A pair of St. Clair College students have created an app to assist people in taking their medication.
The application, named Medify, allows users to add their medications with the date and time they are to be taken in a calendar format. The app also features an option for caregivers to view what medications the user is taking and what medications have been taken on any given day.
Graduating Biomedical Engineering Technology students have created a device which detects objects in the immediate walking path of a visually impaired person.
The customizable and wearable harness consists of a clip-on ultrasonic sensor which sounds an alert when the person wearing it is approaching a mass. It was designed to take the place of a white cane or walking stick.
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St. Clair students showcased their best year-end projects at Tuesday's inaugural ONE Ford Capstone event.
The virtual event consisted of 16 groups of students presenting a project from any field, such as business, technology and the arts, to an audience of high-level executives from various companies.
International students from India and Pakistan scheduled to arrive in Canada in the upcoming weeks will not be allowed to travel for the next 30 days, following the federal government's announcement Thursday suspending flights from those countries amid surging COVID-19 cases.
Graduating Graphic Design students are reinventing their annual year-end industry gala with an online virtual experience.
Revive 2021 is a web-based platform which features student’s final projects as well as their digital portfolios, created due to the pandemic not allowing a face-to-face event.
Graphic Design instructor Mike Lovell said it is a real win-win situation.