Tech Roundup

Each week we bring together the latest headlines and happenings to help you stay up-to-date on what's happening in Edmonton's tech and innovation community.
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Tuesday, January 24, 2023

The latest on tech in Edmonton. Deadline day for Startup TNT summits; news about Zero Point Cryogenics, Wyvern, and more

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Tuesday, January 17, 2023

The latest on tech in Edmonton. A Sherwood Park startup is pioneering a device that harnesses ambient energy — from vibrations, radio frequencies, solar, and other sources — to power the Industrial Internet-of-Things (IIoT).

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Tuesday, January 10, 2023

The latest on tech in Edmonton. As a former member of Canada's men's gymnastics team, Jackson Payne knows what it's like to start small and go big. So when he started his delivery service company Deeleeo in the fall of 2020, he welcomed the challenge to grow it from an idea into a multimillion-dollar business.

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Nanoprecise scales up to cut emissions through predictive maintenance

Nanoprecise Sci Corp is scaling up to help companies around the world reduce their carbon footprint by improving the efficiency of their industrial equipment.

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Commercializing AI about more than tech transfer, Amii execs say

Canada was the first country in the world to have an AI strategy, and Edmonton has been central to it through the Alberta Machine Intelligence Institute (Amii). But some critics say the strategy has focused too much on research and not enough on commercialization.

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RUNWITHIT Synthetics forecasts hydrogen's effect on Edmonton region

As hydrogen becomes an increasingly important part of the Edmonton region's economy and its net-zero ambitions, RUNWITHIT Synthetics (RWI) has created a way for stakeholders to envision the implications of such development.

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