Our approach to product design and development leverages the latest advances in electrical and materials engineering technologies that differentiate our solutions from other offerings within the energy and infrastructure markets. Working together with industry partners, we perform the R&D, testing, technical implementation and fascilitate commercialization.
Our method to planning and executing next-generation electrical and materials engineering applications for energy and infrastructure projects entails financial analytics, risk planning, technology transfer and co-ordination with various stakeholders. Alongside industry partners, we provide sub-consulting, sub-contracting and sub-manufacturing services.
EDWARD JERJIAN, P.ENG
Founder & Project Engineer
Acquire Industries is a Canadian start-up engineering firm engaged in both product development and project engineering. Practice areas include electrical and materials engineering, with a cross-disciplinary focus on advanced materials leveraging nanotechnology and molecular engineering (NME). Our projects facilitate technology placement and transfer through to sub-consulting, sub-contracting, sub-manufacturing and commercialization.
Edward Jerjian, a licensed Professional Engineer (P.Eng) in the Province of Ontario, holds a B.Eng in Electrical Engineering from McGill University and offers over 9 years of collective experience as a design engineer of transformers and project manager in the nanocoatings industry in Toronto.
Recently, the firm has evaluated market opportunities in ALTERNATIVE SNOWMELT and is preparing to launch Acquire Labs -- a subsidiary venture in the design and supply of painted, printed, fabric and concrete electronics for snowmelt. These technologies are assembled as heating devices or field-assembled heating device sets for municipal, residential and commercial applications including driveways, walkways, parking spots and ramps.
We invite collaboration from industry, government, and academia to take part in a broad range of projects accross multiple industries. Current products and projects include step heaters, 2-track heated driveway mats, and sidewalk heating for municipalities.
On May 26, 2017 Acquire Industries will be presenting at the Mentoring & Financing session of this year's Canadian Printable Electronics Syposium (CPES) at Centennial College in Markham, Canada.
Currently, the firm is positioning itself for market entry in residential, municipal and commercial snowmelt that integrates printed, painted, fabric and concrete electronics.
"So how do you figure your return on investment?"
A few months ago, I spotted a news story about Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan, who happens to be a Republican. He was catching heat from the opposing party over a new snow-melt system for a brick walkway at the governor’s mansion.