Augmented Insight-Canadian_Skies_coverA student in the aircraft maintenance program at the British Columbia Institute of Technology uses his iPad to study the way fuel flows through an interactive 3D model of a PT6 gas turbine engine. On the other side of the world, a cutting-edge technology company compresses its laser scan of an oil refinery, integrates it with computer-aided design (CAD) software, and uses the resulting portable 3D model to decide where to run a new piping sequence within the facility. An innovative resource sector software company takes massive data gleaned from exploratory drill holes, compresses it down, and uses it to show potential investors the value of a South American iron ore deposit. And, down in Fort Worth, Texas, Lockheed Martin develops battle damage assessment applications for its F-35 Lighting II fighter jet—using software that evaluates how the tiniest chip in the aircraft’s exterior coating will change its stealth signature. What do they all have in common? NGRAIN technology, of course… Read the rest of NGRAIN’s company profile in Canadian Skies magazine.