Ace
Project
Space

Our talented students at the ACE Project Space work with Entrepreneurs and Organizations and realize ideas into real products.

Projects

Our students and project sponsors have been hard at work. Our project terms last four months at a time, where teams have the opportunity to find solutions to each project’s problem domain. This means that many projects start from an idea and end with a minimum viable product (MVP), and other projects build upon MVPs to develop additional functionality. We invite you to have a look below to find out more about the work our students have been doing, because what we are doing is working.

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May 12, 2018

Wheelchair Training System

 

The Wheelchair Training System project was presented and an opportunity to create a training program for patients to learn how to use a wheelchair.

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Jan 08, 2018

e-Cart Smart – Part 1

 

e-Care Smart is a project created to address the need for chronically ill people to be under constant medical care and supervision.

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Jan 08, 2018

Eclectic – Explore Manitoba

 

Tourism has been increasing in Manitoba over the past years.

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Jan 08, 2018

RoofBundle Estimating Web-App

 

The majority of roofing companies in the industry are making their employees draw a sketch of a roof based on measurements taken for at least 75 percent of the roofs that are contracted to be built or repaired.

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Jan 08, 2018

PostEd: Student Activity Planner

 

The ACE Project Space students developed PostEd, a web application conceptualized by post-secondary students for post-secondary students.

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Sep 08, 2017

GigOrDo

 

For entrepreneurs, time schedules and full time jobs become major hurdles. Fear of loss discourages small startups.

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Sep 08, 2017

Manitoba Association of Food Banks – Park 2

 

Over recent months, two of our students have continued work on the web application project for the Manitoba Association of Food Banks. Each student worked on a respective project, as follows.

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Sep 08, 2017

CanU Canada

 

CanU is a local organization that organizes camps and workshops for students from grades 5 to 10. They had a need for an attendance application and automation of some tasks.

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Sep 08, 2017

Hops Pizza

 

Partners Terry Davison and Angelo Palleta started the company in November 2016 after a year of planning and license negotiations with the MLCC.

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