Entries by lwilhelm

GM Innovation lab a welcome entity to #kwawesome

When you think of car manufacturers, your natural instinct is to probably think of … well, cars. Valid. But does the word “innovation” ever pop into your mind? If not, it probably should, because if future predictions are any indication, many companies in this industry are thinking more outside the box then ever before. Electric […]

Swift Labs + Miovision = Smart Cities

Today, we’re excited to announce a partnership with Swift Labs, a local start up focused on hardware design and development. As we continue to realize our smart city vision, we’re fortunate to have formed a close partnership with such highly talented professionals in their field.

Miovision Milestones since $30M

If you can believe it, it’s been a year since Miovision raised $30M in funding to be used to help support the company accelerate its vision of smart cities and cloud-based traffic management technology. 

Work Hard = Play Hard

What does it take in today’s day and age to be a sought after place to work? To attract some of the top talent to adhere to the standards your company is trying to uphold? For Miovision, we are always seeking out the most talented and intelligent individuals, but here in Kitchener-Waterloo, commonly dubbed “the […]

A Whole New Knowledge Base Experience

‘Customer first’ has been and continues to be, one of our core values here at Miovision. It is important to us to continuously adhere to the levels of support and resources we provide our end users and sometimes, that means reaching out to our customer base directly for input.

We’re Dreaming of a Smart City

It’s that time of the year where you and your family grab a cup of cocoa and gather round the yuletide fire – whether it be a bright, toasty one in the living room fireplace or the oh-so-convenient television version – and dream about smart cities, just like we do. This year, 2 of our […]

Trade Minister Visit

On Nov 16, 2015, employees from our Miovision German office had the opportunity to meet with Minister Michael Chan from the Ontario Ministry of Citizenship, Immigration and International Trade in Cologne to discuss business internationalization.