Moodie Cheikh

Executives from a trio of local companies with global customers delivered a straightforward message on opening night at TiECon: Ottawa has the technology ​– and the talent ​– to take on the world.
Like catching a flight, if you’re selling air traffic management technologies to an airport, delays are to be expected.
An Ottawa firm that makes video technology used at airports around the world has landed a major investment from a British company.
There’s a technological movement happening in one niche of the world’s aerospace industry, and a small Ottawa company has been a guiding part of the liftoff.