July 05, 2017 — Source: Edmonton Journal
DeepMind, the London-based artificial intelligence research division of Google, announced Wednesday it was setting up its first international AI research lab in downtown Edmonton.
June 15, 2017 — Source: Elise Stolte, Edmonton Journal
A volunteer group of tech experts is creating a low-cost network of sensors in Edmonton that could level the playing field in favour of local citizens when it comes to gathering data.
June 14, 2017 — Source: Cantech Letter
The city of Edmonton and Strathcona County, Alberta have ranked among the best open cities in Canada
June 06, 2017 — Source: Metro News
Edmonton transit has picked a preferred operator to start work on a new fare system — meaning city bus riders are one step closer to electronic fare payment.
May 24, 2017 — Source: CBC News
The city of St. Albert is going green — both literally and esthetically — with three electric buses on routes in and around the city this week.
May 03, 2017 — Source: Victoria Paterson, St. Albert Gazette
An upgrade to St. Albert firetrucks is giving firefighters more information about an incident before they arrive on scene.
April 20, 2017 — Source: Metro News
SensorUp has set up an online component where you can get data from the sensors out in the wild – just about every hour – and help identify some patterns.
March 28, 2017 — Source: Gordon Kent, Edmonton Journal
University of Alberta researchers have taken the first steps toward a wireless world in which houses, cars and personal devices are powered simply through contact with the ground.
March 23, 2017 — Source: City of St. Albert
During the 2017 Economic Developers of Alberta (EDA) Annual Conference, the City of St. Albert won the Award of Excellence for their ground-breaking work on an Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Program
March 18, 2017 — Source: Doug Neuman, St. Albert Gazette
The City of St. Albert has begun the first of many pilot projects to look at what value wireless sensor networks could bring to the City and its residents