SWRI brings together experience and knowledge in technology development, engineering, project management, logistics, sales and administration in our team, growing beyond a

Ross Armstrong, Co-Founder and President, B.A.Sc, P. Engineer, MBA. Ross has more than 35 years of experience working with consulting engineering, manufacturing, and sales organizations. Ross has a proven track record as an inventor with eight patents in the area of heat transfer and thermal cooling solutions while being the sole inventor of SWRI’s patented technology. Ross has managed three small businesses and held management positions for multiple large corporations. Ross has been recognized for implementing lean manufacturing workflow techniques. Ross has received awards for designed experimentation and quality control.

Ross Armstrong, Co-Founder and President, B.A.Sc, P. Engineer, MBA. Ross has more than 35 years of experience working with consulting engineering, manufacturing, and sales organizations. Ross has a proven track record as an inventor with eight patents in the area of heat transfer and thermal cooling solutions while being the sole inventor of SWRI’s patented technology. Ross has managed three small businesses and held management positions for multiple large corporations. Ross has been recognized for implementing lean manufacturing workflow techniques. Ross has received awards for designed experimentation and quality control.

Matthew Armstrong, Co-Founder, Business Development and Project Manager, CAPM, Hn. B.S.c. Matthew has been an entrepreneur ever since winning a place in Ontario’s Summer Company Program at age 15. Matthew has worked with Indigenous Canadians for 7 years as the President of Sapientia Organization, organizing Indigenous issues conferences, and time as a policy advisor. He has been involved in four small businesses, including as business manager for Aporia Media and Evelyt Services. Matthew has a background in sales, with renewable energy research experience.

Matthew Armstrong, Co-Founder, Business Development and Project Manager, CAPM, Hn. B.S.c. Matthew has been an entrepreneur ever since winning a place in Ontario’s Summer Company Program at age 15. Matthew has worked with Indigenous Canadians for 7 years as the President of Sapientia Organization, organizing Indigenous issues conferences, and time as a policy advisor. He has been involved in four small businesses, including as business manager for Aporia Media and Evelyt Services. Matthew has a background in sales, with renewable energy research experience.


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Disclaimer: These statements reflect management’s current views, they do not represent guarantees of future results, levels of activity, performance, or achievements, all of which cannot be made.