Summer is a notoriously slow season for many businesses; however, Sparta is working at full throttle, developing progressive technologies that could be game changers in a world that is increasingly threatened by viral outbreaks and the impacts of climate change. More details will follow in the coming weeks, but here is a brief rundown of what we are currently working on…

  • Starting to fulfill obligations laid out in a recently signed contract with one of the largest and most powerful automotive manufacturers in Canada.
  • A Sparta “exclusive” program that will assist customers in meeting their sustainability goals, account for unavoidable emissions, and reduce overall emissions from the environment.
  • Incorporating artificial intelligence (A.I.) into some of our key technologies in both the Innovation and Environmental divisions.
  • Advancing the speed of e-waste processing through a proposed nano-particle tracking system.
  • Working with partners to develop health technology for remote communities
  • Implementing blockchain innovation to enhance some of our health-based initiatives, while exploring additional use-cases in our environmental division
  • Expanding use of our R & D Laboratory facilities to accommodate new projects, including those related to lithium and other metals extraction.

We will be relying heavily on our technical advisory board members in the months to come. They have a wealth of knowledge in areas of science, environment, engineering, medicine, and finance. Just as technology became an important part of dealing with the worldwide pandemic, we believe it will play a major role in the other pressing crisis facing our planet, including climate change. As U.K social-science expert, Jem Bendell has said, “In modern industrial societies, the fallout from COVID-19 feels like a dress rehearsal for the kind of collapse that climate change could threaten.” As always, don’t hesitate to reach out if you have questions. Sincerely, John O’Bireck, President & CTO Email: Telephone: (905) 751-8004