Kylowave Education - A Fun and Stimulating
Way to Teach
Our products are designed by engineers, teachers, and industry
professionals with students in mind. We believe that hands-on laboratory
experience is vital for learning in the various fields of science,
engineering, mathematics and technology. Our products make learning
stimulating and fun.
The cost of other laboratory education products on the market is so
high, with limited and costly after-sales support. These factors,
coupled with the severe limitations in educational budgets, has created
an untenable situation for administrators and educators.
Kylowave has solved this problem by integrating the required equipment
into one single, multi-functional and feature-rich device. And our
prices are sure to fit into your budget.
Intrigued? Then read on - this site will provide you with
state-of-the-art equipment and experiments to teach new courses,
or re-vamp existing ones in control systems, power electronics,
mechatronics, and sustainable electric energy systems.
A Flexible Laboratory Platform for Multidisciplinary Electrical Engineering Courses
Marcos Aguirre and Dr.Vijay K. Sood, of the University of Ontario Institute Of Technology, have presented a paper written about K-ECS to the 28th annual IEEE Canadian Conference on Electrical and Computer Engineering (CCECE 2015). Click here for more information
Electrical Engineering Presentations now available:
Team uOttawa Among 7 Finalists in the Valeo Innovation Challenge
Congratulations to the uOttawa team for
winning second place in the Valeo
competition (out of 969 entrants!) for
their "High Performance Motor Drive
System for Electric or Hybrid Vehicle
project. Click here for more
Eric Vierich, uOttawa team captain: "Using
Kylowave´s K-ECS platform, the
University of Ottawa team was able to
quickly implement and test new ideas
reducing development time from months to
Click here for more
April 2015, Kylowave launches its Control Systems Teaching Platform
UOIT Project receives NSERC USRA Award 2014
Renewable Energy Platform at SITE/OttawaU
to learn about a
new experimental hybrid energy system has
been built around the Kylowave Universal
Energy Conversion System.
A Single Multi-purpose Energy Conversion
Equipment to Facilitate Interdisciplinary
to learn more
about a paper written about K-ECS submitted
to the American Society For Engineering
Education by Dr. Riadh Habash of the
University of Ottawa.