Current Projects

  • Winter 2018 ACE Project Space Projects

    January, 2018

    It is shaping up to be an exciting new term at the ACE Project Space. Our students are presently working on the following projects:

    Access To Law
    Building Information Modelling (Part 2)
    Can U (Part 2)
    Cassidy e-Care Smart (Part 2)
    Due North
    Food Research
    Open Democracy Manitoba
    Random Transport
    Tooliaba (Part 2)

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Past Projects

  • Trying on Scrum with TOTT

    September, 2015
    Apprenticeship Manitoba (AM), a long-time client of Red River College's Teaching and Learning Technologies Centre (TLTC), dreamed mid-2014 of a game that could engage middle-school kids and introduce them to the world of the skilled trades. The vision was an immersive 3-D virtual world where custom avatars used all kinds of tools and materials to build cool stuff. But with a small budget and only a few months to deliver, it was a tall order.

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  • CounterPoint App

    January, 2014

    Ready to count traffic? CounterPoint makes it easy. Count bikes, count pedestrians, count cars, count people in wheelchairs..and more!

    CounterPoint’s users are helping to plan a better future for everyone, just by counting traffic. It relies on crowdsourcing and, like Wikipedia, is an amazingly reliable and easy way to gather important data.

    All of the data is ...

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  • City of Winnipeg Archives – Winnipeg in Focus

    January, 2014

    Winnipeg in FOCUS is the product of a partnership between the City of Winnipeg Archives, Red River College, and the City of Winnipeg’s Corporate IT Department. In January, 2014, a team of Red River College students in the Business Information Technology Industry Project Course, began developing an application to improve access to the rich collection ...

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  • Data Analytics Project

    September, 2012
    Requested by the Winnipeg Foundation for the purpose of analyzing donor’s patterns & preferences. The Foundation wanted to be able to obtain information available from current internal data sources through a very difficult and time-consuming process. The students’ main challenge was the obtaining of donation information as a function of time (several different perspectives).

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  • Flood Mapper Project

    September, 2012
    The Flood Mapper Project was requested by the International Institute for Sustainable Development (IISD) for the purpose of creating a proof of concept application that could be used to show the value of collecting LIDAR data. The Flood Mapper program itself was used to analyze the different watershed areas in Manitoba along the Red River basin.

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