• After his first visit to Mobile World Congress 2016, Stephen Kong, president and CEO of ThinkEco Power Systems, has some advice for anyone visiting the show. “Focus, focus, focus. I almost think that one should mentally target the companies you want to meet and know exactly what the objective of the meeting is even before […]

  • How can Earth’s magnetic field be used to measure active motion? SoundOfMotion, an award-winning sport performance monitoring company in Vancouver, has engineered the first wearable technology that uses the planet’s magnetic field to accurately gauge motion and activity in multiple sports. Like a compass, SoundOfMotion’s 3Dmotion Smart Sensor tracks the pivotal motion of the wearer […]

  • FusionPipe, a Vancouver-based leader in authentication and data security, used Mobile World Congress (MWC) as a platform to launch their newest authentication product, QuikID™ Smart. QuikID™ Smart is the first authenticator that uses the software on your smartphone or wearable to replace expensive hardware like smart cards and readers to generate a secure password. The […]

  • Smartphones, gaming systems, tablets and wearables have made us more connected than ever before. With increasing compatibility between devices, what does this mean for security? Wedge Networks’ cloud-based security program protects an entire network, so there’s no need for users to download software updates to individual devices. All Internet-supported devices are protected – enabling them […]

  • The people behind 4iiii Innovations Inc. aren’t just engineers and innovators — they’re also athletes. Their foundation in athletics makes them a leader in providing innovative wearable technologies to original equipment manufacturers (OEM) and retail markets.   “We offer an integrated portfolio of technology that raises sport monitoring to be more effective in keeping athletes […]

  • The Campfire Union is a company that knows how to use technology to make things better. Specializing in virtual reality (VR), the group took an award-winning board game and adapted it to VR, replacing two-dimensional paper cards with 3D technology to lead interactive expeditions through five lost cities in a stunning VR setting. The company […]

  • It is estimated that over eight billion devices are currently connected to the Internet. In the next decade, this number will likely hit 50 billion and keep rising. But don’t worry—Riot Micro is ready for the surge.

  • The word craftsmanship is usually reserved for those who create gleaming oak cabinets or distill award-winning spirits. But, Adrian Moise, the founder of Aequilibrium, likes the sound of it when it comes to developing digital products. “It’s about using tech to solve complex business problems, just as you would use the same practices when you’re […]

  • Medical Wearable Solutions is a relatively new company but its mission is as old as parenthood: to keep kids safe while at play We’re familiar with the scene – ­a child hunched over a mobile device or tablet and it’s clear just by looking their necks are craned in an awkward position. Gameboy Disease is […]