Ottawa software firm generated plenty of buzz in Vegas with its latest R&D breakthrough, a sensor that can collect data on the quality and consistency of concrete from as far as 300 metres away.
It happened in Vegas: Giatec Scientific's new tech turns heads at Super Bowl of concrete industry trade shows
Ottawa cleantech firm hopes $5.1 million in new federal funding will help kickstart fast-growing company's global sales push.
Pouria Ghods and his colleagues at the Ottawa tech firm aren’t just paying lip service to fighting climate change – they have a concrete plan of action.
Firm that makes high-tech sensors that test the quality of concrete still heading for double-digit revenue growth despite pandemic.
The accolades just keep pouring in for an Ottawa-based concrete sensor developer that is the region’s highest-ranked firm in the Globe and Mail’s inaugural list of Canada’s top-growing companies
Giatec co-founder Pouria Ghods said one of the factors helping the firm grow is the attractiveness of its solution to an industry facing a talent crunch
Nick Noreau is on a mission to make Spartan Bioscience a household name in DNA testing.
An Ottawa tech firm is teaming with a renowned group of Montreal-based artificial intelligence researchers to bring AI to the concrete industry.
Techopia’s annual tech-firms-to-watch list is about more than high-potential startups.
Before signing off for the year, Techopia Live assembled a panel to share the highlights from the year in tech that was and give predictions on what 2019 might have in store.