MONTREAL--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Behavox, which provides the world’s only AI-based data operating platform that enables enterprises to aggregate, analyze, and act on their entire organization's data, announced today that it has expanded its presence in Canada, opening a larger office at Maison Manuvie in Montréal, Québec, to accommodate continued hiring of engineering, data science, and product development teams.
Behavox opened its first office in Montréal in 2018 to capitalize on the city’s technology talent. Expanding its presence in Montréal represents a key part of Behavox’s investment in Canada as it helps the city and country become one of the world’s top AI and machine learning talent centers. The expanded office, which can house 400 employees, also serves as a major innovation and operational center for growing Behavox’s global business at scale. Behavox is actively hiring and plans to fill the office to capacity later next year.Read more
To demonstrate its smart city solutions to other cities worldwide, the local government of Taoyuan, Taiwan signed contracts with Local Governments for Sustainability (ICLEI), a network of more than 1,750 local and regional governments committed to sustainable urban development, to become the chair for ICLEI's first international EcoLogistics community in 2019. Taoyuan also established the EcoLogistics Community Chair Office in March 2020.
The deputy secretary-general of the Taoyuan municipal government and CEO of the office, Jiunn-Ming Chiou, pointed out that the city has a comprehensive logistics industry surrounding the Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport, the largest international airport in Taiwan.Read more
Raute Corporation has signed an agreement on the acquisition of the majority of the share capital in Oulu-based Hiottu Oy. The shareholders employed by Hiottu will continue working for the company.
Hiottu, established in 2005, is a company offering software services with special knowhow in various machine vision solutions and other system solutions for demanding industrial environment. Hiottu’s services include software consulting and project management, machine vision programming and systems, industrial programming, and web programming.Read more
FREDERICTON — A Fredericton startup has developed software that helps communities and organizations explore complex issues in an engaging and interactive way, helping them figure out things like where to build schools, measure the impacts of cultural industries on a region’s economy, and maybe even contain the community spread of a virus such as Covid-19.
Black Arcs was founded by tech entrepreneur and engineer Jake Arsenault about five years ago. Having previously founded Inversa Systems, a pioneer of gamma-ray imaging for infrastructure, he and his business partners were looking to build something new that could help benefit the larger community.Read more
When Fotios Tsiouklas and Alan Gokoglu first met in Year 7, they "didn't really like each other".
But today, they're not only best mates, but also co-founders of a multimillion-dollar company.
The Melbourne teens went into business together while they were still in high school and now their digital agency has well and truly taken off.
But the journey started many years ago.Read more
Fusion Pharmaceuticals Inc. has officially filed a Form S-1 registration statement with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) for an initial public offering of its common shares with pricing to be determined. The company listed US $100 million as the proposed maximum aggregate offering for the purpose of calculating filing fees.
Fusion Pharmaceuticals had previously filed a confidential draft registration statement with SEC on April 3, 2020.
Fusion Pharmaceuticals has applied to list its common shares on The Nasdaq Global Market under the symbol “FUSN.”Read more
The autonomous bus revolution has arrived. Urban mobility is changing the lives of commuters and the face of five European smart city streets. An autonomous public transit service has already started its testing and will complete tests in real conditions in five European countries under a European Union initiative, part of the Horizon 2020 EU Research and Innovation Programme, between April and October 2020.
The autonomous vehicles will be tested in real-life traffic conditions with all the shuttle bus solutions offering an all-inclusive service for autonomous last-mile transport.Read more
An artificial intelligence development company out of Toronto has introduced some fancy new tools to help businesses operate more safely during the pandemic.
Predictmedix's technologies allow stores and other establishments to screen customers for symptoms of COVID-19 before they enter, and they can even tell when people aren't properly social distancing or wearing masks while inside.Read more
COLUMBUS – On May 20, the Mid-Ohio Regional Planning Commission (MORPC) released the final report of its “Midwest Connect” Hyperloop Feasibility Study, which found that hyperloop technology is feasible along the corridor connecting Columbus with Chicago (via Lima, Ohio and Fort Wayne, Indiana) and Pittsburgh.
The feasibility study – which began in earnest in late 2018 – is part of MORPC’s Rapid Speed Transportation Initiative (RSTI) that focuses on better, faster connections to Chicago and Pittsburgh. The RSTI looks at transportation options that would not only enhance passenger and freight transportation in the Midwest, but also spur economic growth, generate opportunities for development, and create new opportunities for people and businesses in the Midwest megaregion.Read more
Nonte, a new health tech startup spun off from Fredericton’s Populus Global Solutions, has a single early adopter for its medical research platform, and it’s the largest medical complex in the world.
Nonte has been beta-testing its platform, which allows researchers to collaborate across several disciplines, at the Texas Medical Centre in Houston, a complex of 60 medical institutions that employ 106,000 people. The parties were preparing to sign a full commercial relationship, but that process was delayed when the COVID-19 crisis broke out.Read more