VOTI Detection inaugurates new global headquarters in Montreal
04Apr

VOTI Detection inaugurates new global headquarters in Montreal

VOTI Detection today officially inaugurated its new global headquarters in the Montreal borough of St-Laurent, launching a new chapter of further growth for the leading-edge Canadian technology company whose innovative breakthrough scanning systems are deployed in 45 countries around the world. Source News Wire Language Français Read More

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Pfizer Canada and Montréal InVivo invest in supporting life sciences entrepreneurship
03Apr

Pfizer Canada and Montréal InVivo invest in supporting life sciences entrepreneurship

Pfizer Canada and Montréal InVivo are pleased to announce the creation of the Life Sciences Entrepreneurship Support Fund to support Montréal InVivo’s initiatives in the development of innovative life sciences companies.

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Montreal hi-tech company CSINTRANS (CSiT) wins New York’s Metropolitan Transportation Authority’s (MTA) Genius Transit Challenge competition
29Mar

Montreal hi-tech company CSINTRANS (CSiT) wins New York’s Metropolitan Transportation Authority’s (MTA) Genius Transit Challenge competition

SinTRANS Inc, an international provider of integrated transit IT solutions worldwide, today announced that CSiT’s proposal for the Genius Transit Challenge was chosen as one of the best submissions.

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Montréal’s Reacts platform selected by global leader Philips to revolutionize remote collaboration in portable ultrasound
27Mar

Montréal’s Reacts platform selected by global leader Philips to revolutionize remote collaboration in portable ultrasound

Innovative Imaging Technologies Inc. (IIT) is proud to announce that global health technology leader Philips has selected its Reacts collaborative platform for integration into the Philips Lumify portable ultrasound system, which will become the world’s first integrated tele-ultrasound solution.

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Artificial intelligence applied to oncology: Québec government announced $ 3 million loan to Montréal-based Imagia
27Mar

Artificial intelligence applied to oncology: Québec government announced $ 3 million loan to Montréal-based Imagia

The Government of Québec announced, through the BioMed Propulsion Program, a $M 3 loan to Montréal-based Imagia to support a major project in artificial intelligence applied to personalized healthcare that will help early detection of cancers and the choice of appropriate treatments.

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