Partnership between college and Ottawa businesses allows entrepreneurs to retain intellectual property, access government financing
Between the moon, autonomous vehicles and a slew of other use cases, CEO Jason Lee believes SmartCone can do it all without sacrificing its momentum
The organizers of Ottawa’s annual TiECon Canada conference have extended the deadline an extra week for the 2019 pitchfest, which promises an even bigger prize than previous years’ events
FedDev Ontario is giving a boost to Ottawa’s SmartCone Technologies 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.
On a plot of land that once served as a stark reminder of how quickly a promising tech sector can go bust, a new facility is paving the way for cutting-edge products that could fundamentally change
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.
Travelling through Bolivia, Siberia and the Middle East early in his career, Jason Lee says the many security and communications projects he was working on all shared a common flaw.
In its most active year yet, the Capital Angel Network invested $3.3 million in 20 companies, giving many up-and-coming local startups their first taste of funding.
One year ago, Jason Lee took the stage at TiECon Canada’s annual pitchfest.