FedDev Ontario is giving a boost to Ottawa’s SmartCone in hopes of getting its smart city safety device onto streets sooner
An autonomous shuttle-maker will be among the first companies to put its vehicles through the paces at Ottawa’s custom-made test facilities this spring.
New technology will soon make driving, parking and interacting with City Hall easier, municipal officials say
A made-in-Ottawa Internet of Things device will work alongside one of the world’s most powerful artificial intelligence systems in an attempt to minimize worksite hazards
The SmartCone is an easy to deploy device in emergency situations, in construction zones or anywhere sensors are needed to quickly gather data.
Local startups in IoT, artificial intelligence and cybersecurity were of interest to Ottawa's angel investors last year.
It has a built-in communications network. It can recognize your face. It detects motion, seismic activity, wind speed, even smells. And it looks like a traffic cone.