The GoToMeeting Five profiles five of the hottest and most promising tech startups across Canada each month. The list is curated by Techvibes editorial staff and reflects who’s making waves in our nation’s tech ecosystem right now.
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Founded by Justin Kathan, Brendon Sedo and Michael Gauthier, Joist is a tool that allows contractors to estimate, invoice, collect payments, and manage projects from their iPhone, iPad, Android device, and the web.
Spring Loaded Technology, Halifax
Spring Loaded Technology has created the world’s first bionic knee-brace technology and yesterday it won the $100K 2015 BDC Young Entrepreneur Award for its Bionic Boost project.
Spring Loaded’s technology stores the users’ kinetic energy and releases it when it’s most needed to enhance strength, reduce fatigue, and increase stability. The brace has wide market appeal from athletes looking to enhance performance, labourers and military personnel, to people with various forms of movement disability.
Optigo Networks, Vancouver
As a leader in connectivity for the commercial building Internet of Things, Optigo Networks provides a complete solution to protect, connect and manage today’s most advanced buildings.
RtTech Software, Moncton
RtTech’s solutions help manufacturing companies improve asset availability and utilization and set to embrace the next technology revolution – the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT).
H+ Technology, Vancouver
Holus enables a user to convert 2D digital content from a smartphone, computer, or tablet into a 3D hologram that can be viewed from 360 degrees in a plexiglass prism. The device is designed to enhance educational activities, make games more immersive, and enable communication over voicechat with a holographic image of the person at the other end.