RetailDeep helps retailers use facial recognition to create more personalized shopping experiences and more engaging loyalty programs.
Nova Scotia, Canada, is a great place to build a start-up. It’s also a wonderful place to live, work and play.
We’re looking for high-potential technology entrepreneurs who want to start a company here. Target industries include information technology, life sciences, clean technology and ocean technology.
Wagner among 22 recipients from six continents to be recognized for her role in “taking ambition to the next level” as part of this week’s Global Climate Action Summit in San Francisco
CarbonCure Technologies proudly announces that Executive Vice President Jennifer Wagner has been named a Climate Trailblazer as part of the Global Climate Action Summit held this week in San Francisco.
Andrew Ray is vice president of investment at Innovacorp, where he oversees the organization’s venture capital activities. As part of the senior management team, he leads Innovacorp’s work to find, fund and foster innovative Nova Scotia start-ups that strive to change the world.
Previously, Andrew was an investment manager at Innovacorp, focused on identifying attractive seed and early stage investment opportunities and managing all aspects of the investment review, approval and closing cycle.
B-Line is a mobility survey platform that helps environmental consultants and organizations easily and affordably collect occupant mobility data to improve building occupants' health, achieve green building certifications, and enhance biking and transit infrastructure within cities, helping citizens to get to work faster.
San Diego. Miles and miles of white-sand beaches, splendid weather all year, the fittest people on earth. And surging venture capital activity.
Helping move Nova Scotia university, college and university-affiliated hospital research to market.
Lab-on-a-Chip Sensors for Ocean-Faring Droids
Increased utilization of the world's oceans has made it important for industrialized countries to actively monitor marine environments. The ocean, like many aquatic environments, is presently under-sampled both spatially and temporally due to current approaches to data gathering. Expeditions are manual and labour intensive, relying on highly-qualified crews and highly-equipped ships that are essentially "labs-on-the-ocean." Instead, we want to put the "lab-on-a-chip."
Creativity and innovation were on the minds of many this morning as they gathered to celebrate the grand opening of the Nova Scotia Power Makerspace at the New Dawn Centre for Social Innovation in Sydney.
Managed by Innovacorp, this collaborative space will provide Cape Breton start-ups, entrepreneurs, students and other creative minds with the space, equipment, materials and education to design and build innovative products.
Marecomms brings the 5G cellular communication revolution into the underwater world to provide reliable wireless digital communications under the water over arbitrarily long ranges. Marecomms' compact and low-power modems will easily be mounted on Autonomous Underwater Vehicles (AUVs), or can be affixed to AUVs as a towed array.