Atlantic Canadian startup accelerator Propel is seeking applications for its Incite Phase 2 program for early-stage tech startups.
CIRA is proud to add another tool to its growing portfolio of cybersecurity solutions with the introduction of D-Zone Cybersecurity Awareness Training. CIRA has partnered with Beauceron Security to bring Canadian institutions an advanced cybersecurity training and awareness platform to help turn their users into defenders.
Kognitiv Spark today announced it has been named a finalist in the 2019 Microsoft Mixed Reality Partner of the Year Award. The company was honored among a global field of top Microsoft partners for demonstrating excellence in innovation and implementation of customer solutions based on Microsoft technology.
Side Door, a platform that matches musicians to venues for shows, became the first ever winner of the Gerry Pond Sales Award Friday.
Stepscan Technologies Inc. announced today the launch of StepTracker™ its new multi-subject tracking API for use in military training and simulation. StepTracker™ addresses the unmet need of identifying and tracking individual war fighters as they move through shoot house/ training facilities while engaged in close combat and urban operations training.
Five outstanding, up-and-coming entrepreneurs will soon be announced as the 2019 Mitacs Entrepreneur Awards winners thanks to industry leaders.
Nokia has selected Tutela, an independent mobile quality measurement company, to provide key insights into mobile user experience globally.
The Royal Canadian Navy has adopted the use of augmented reality (AR) technology for a variety of militarily uses.
The Royal Canadian Navy has partnered with Kognitiv Spark with hopes of using AR technology to improve maintenance and repairs on naval ships. The company intends to incorporate a number of technologies in its software solutions, including 3D content, artificial intelligence, internet of things (IoT) data, and AR.
Mariner Partners, the technology company headquartered in Saint John, has opened a new office on Carleton St. in Fredericton.
Kognitiv Spark will be providing the Royal Canadian Navy with the opportunity to test drive a Mixed Reality Remote Assistant Support (MIRRAS) system, as part of a project that aims to improve maintenance and repairs aboard active naval vessels.