Canadian company, Kognitiv Spark, provides industrial augmented reality (AR) task support software. Built for the Microsoft HoloLens, their RemoteSpark platform uses proprietary software technology to deliver an AR solution for remote support to industrial workforces.
When Julia Rivard Dexter first launched her game-based learning startup, Squiggle Park, she was hoping to reverse declining literacy rates by creating games that were so fun and engaging kids would want to play in their free time. She envisioned something that could rival a Clash of Clans or World of Warcraft, but steeped in learning research.
When Scott Everett started pitching his company, Eigen Innovations, more than five years ago, he was trying to explain to rooms of manufacturing executives and potential investors about the power of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and the Internet of Things (IoT).
It was an industry that was going to be worth huge amounts of money, and he knew it.
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When you think of major markets for Canadian tech innovation, Atlantic Canada does not often top the list. But Fredericton saw an increase of venture capital deals and dollars last year, culminating in the city nailing a spot as one of Canada’s top five tech markets in PwC’s MoneyTree report for Q3 2018. It was the first time New Brunswick’s capital city had made it onto the list since CB Insights began collecting MoneyTree data in 2012.
In the era of the #MeToo and Times Up movement, New Brunswick’s Mesh Diversity is helping businesses create an inclusive and diverse culture in their workforce. Megan Yamoah has the latest.
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January 28 is Data Privacy Day – yes, almost as fascinating to some as International Watching Paint Dry Day but, with data and identity theft or loss being a high risk for all organizations and all people, it pays to be mindful about how you handle and manage information.
Their employees don’t wear jackets that sport company logos. They don’t ship products in trucks or containers that bear the company name or have signs on buildings named after them. They work in relative obscurity but have a large impact nonetheless. They’re the province’s IT companies that employ more than 4,500 people provincewide.