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16

Dec

2014

by Cat Coode, 570 News | in
internet of things

1:30-1:45 Cat Coode, founder of Binary Tattoo (www.binarytattoo.com)

Cat is a technology lover and parent looking to help inform other parents and kids on what is responsible and safe in the online world. She will discuss the factors her and other parents deem an appropriate age for youth to have their first smartphone.

11

Dec

2014

by Terry Dawes, Cantech Letter | in
internet of things

Telecom giant Telus has announced the opening of its Internet of Things Marketplace, an M2M platform for offering turnkey solutions offered by 38 of the country’s leading tech innovators.

Telus has partnered with Internet of Things platform Jasper to develop the nuts and bolts of delivery.

10

Dec

2014

by Ryan Bazeley, The Globe and Mail | in
internet of things

TELUS' newest innovation will dramatically accelerate implementation of IoT solutions with turn-key offerings from leading technology companies

10

Dec

2014

by Raju Mudhar, Toronto Star | in
internet of things

Telus is launching an online marketplace for “Internet of Things”-based solutions to help companies take advantage of the emerging technology.

With large growth forecasts, the Internet of Things (IoT) features interconnected devices and is expected to help usher in an age of automation across all industries. Adoption is happening, but slowly, and Telus is betting that an early move into the space will pay dividends later.

10

Dec

2014

by Brian Jackson, Computer Dealer News | in
internet of things

Vancouver-based Telus Corp. is offering its partners a new way to sell their solutions through via a Internet of Things (IoT) marketplace that will see various partner services featured as available to add on to a monthly Telus bill, the telco announced on Wednesday.

25

Mar

2014

by Bob Vrbanac, Waterloo Chronicle | in
internet of things

 It was graduation day at the Accelerator Centre again last Thursday, but this wasn’t the first time the parties involved had been part of a ready-to-launch experience.

The latest grads from the Waterloo-based high tech incubator were Trustpoint Innovation Technologies, which provides a more efficient form of secure authentication between wired and wireless products, and Blue Rover, a company that helps track data and resources around the globe and allows business clients to react in real time.

21

Mar

2014

by Joseph Czikk, Betakit | in
internet of things

Two startups have graduated from Waterloo’s Accelerator Centre, a program dedicated to accelerating technology entrepreneurship. The two startups are TrustPoint Innovation Technologies and blueRover.

26

Nov

2013

by Mobile Syrup, Daniel Bader | in
internet of things

At TELUS’s headquarters in downtown Toronto, surrounded by moustached men in designer suits (welcome to Movember), widescreen panels rotate through slides of promise and profit; the Internet of Everything is here, and Canada’s second-largest carrier is vying for its piece in the nascent industry.

06

Jul

2013

by T. Pender, The Record | in
internet of things

ST JACOBS — New ways of using interactive digital technology are being developed in an old building beside the Conestogo River in this quaint tourist village.

What's happening inside 1440 King St. N. is at the cutting edge of the region's economy as it transitions from manufacturing to high technology.

A foundry operated out of the basement about 40 years ago. Molten metal was poured into moulds made of sand to create a variety of castings.

28

Mar

2013

by Megan Harris, Wilfrid Laurier’s School of Business & Economics News | in
internet of things

Laurier’s winter-term Integrated Case Exercise (ICE) competition, held last week in the School of Business & Economics, successfully developed a strategy to determine where Advanced Asset Tracking Systems Inc.’s (AATSI) blueRover will be headed next. The winning team (Team 68) included Zahra Budhwani, Dan Gurland, George Kopas, Matthew Magdales, Raquel Paredes, and Thomas Wnuk.

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