The New Brunswick company uses artificial intelligence to help machines manage large amounts of data and improve their productivity. When CEO Scott Everett was nominated for the Manning Award for Innovation in June, he told
Our Job of the Week today is an opening for Research Funding Program Manager at Sydney-based Protocase.
Established in 2001, Protocase makes custom electronic enclosures. It focuses on combining advances in software with advanced manufacturing techniques to offer unique custom manufacturing to the engineering, design, and research industries. The company has more than 175 employees and 12,000
Blockchain technology has a reputation for being difficult to understand. It’s a relatively new technology that takes on different meanings depending on who you ask. Recently, the folks at the David Aplin Group in Halifax, organized a panel discussion to help the region’s business and innovation community better understand this new industry.
The recent Breakthroughs in Blockchain event in
A key development in the Atlantic Canadian startup community in the past year is that we’re finally noticing ocean-related startups cropping up in a meaningful way.
Not long ago, much of the ocean innovation came from large Atlantic Canadian companies, service companies, or divisions of overseas multinationals. But OceanTech startups – meaning independent companies developing innovative products
I will deliver a presentation on Thursday in Fredericton on Entrevestor’s most recent Atlantic Canadian startup data, with a special focus on New Brunswick.
Last month at Invest Atlantic in Charlottetown, I gave a similar presentation about the metrics