The City of Ottawa is test-driving eight projects for a “municipal innovation pilot program.”
The crop of start-ups – picked from a pool of 65 local and national applicants – includes cyber security, social media analytics and cloud software companies.
One Ottawa-based company, Key2Access, has developed a product that will help people with visual and physical impairments activate the walk signal at intersections. Signority has an e-signature product, while Carleton University’s Gamifi is creating interactive software for municipal mental health awareness training.
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