It happened in Vegas: Giatec Scientific's new tech turns heads at Super Bowl of concrete industry trade shows
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.
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
One of Ottawa’s hottest tech firms announced Monday that it’s bringing one of the city’s most vaunted tech executives back into the game to lead the company’s scaling efforts.
2018 Forty Under 40 recipient
An Ottawa tech firm has shaken the foundations of the concrete and construction industries, bringing an age-old sector into the modern era with the latest developments in the Internet of