Ottawa pilots eight start-up companies for innovation program

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.

Read the full story at metronews.ca.

Victoria Krisman is Interactive Media Specialist for the Intelligent Community Forum.
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