L-Spark launches new accelerator program for connected medical device ventures
Ottawa-based L-Spark has opened applications for a new MedTech accelerator program in partnership with Telus, BlackBerry, Solace, and the Canadian Internet Registration Authority (CIRA). The program’s technology platform is designed to allow medical devices to be securely connected from any location and be immediately usable and remotely manageable. The program will also provide access to technical support to help entrepreneurs integrate their medical devices and software solutions into the platform. “Through our collaboration with L-Spark, we can help expedite the adoption of medical IoT technology and boost Canada’s economic recovery.”The accelerator program is currently accepting applications from companies developing medical devices and applications. Ideal applicants will have a Canadian headquarters as well as the required team and capacity to execute projects during the accelerator program timeframe.