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May 19, 2017
Arius Technology plays a key role in creating reproductions of landmark paintings that are dead ringers for the originals
Marcie Good

In late February at the Permanent, a venue hall in a restored 1907 downtown Vancouver bank, black-and-white-clad servers manoeuvre trays of short-rib mini burgers among groups of people gathered around paintings. They’re familiar works, including Irises by Vincent van Gogh...

May 19, 2017
Telus explores how technology might allow the elderly to stay in their homes
Felicity Stone

As “chief dreamer” for Telus Communications Co., Allen Devine comes up with new ways to use technology. A concept may remain just that or end up being developed by Telus and/or another company. One area Devine is exploring is using...

May 19, 2017
ViewsIQ helps speed up disease diagnosis anywhere in the world by taking pathology digital
Marcie Good

A small startup based in a Richmond office park is confronting an infirmity that has dogged Canadian medicine and presented around the globe—a shortage of pathologists.The specialized doctors, who diagnose diseases from tissue samples and tests, play a key role...

May 19, 2017
Kindred Systems wants to design artificial intelligence that learns like people do. No pressure
Nick Rockel

At the recent BCTech Summit, visitors couldn’t resist the Kindred Systems Inc. booth. No wonder: the company had a corral of furry robotic cats on display. On hand to supervise these strangely fetching felines were co-founder and CEO Geordie Rose...

May 19, 2017
Meet 10 of B.C.’s most innovative companies

Anyone curious about where British Columbia’s economy is headed could have found some answers at the recent BCTech Summit in Vancouver. In its second year, the sold-out gathering featured more than 260 B.C. companies and other organizations, including some of...

May 18, 2017
Go Mobile: increase productivity on-the-road
Chris Hinton

BCBusiness + Shaw Business Canadian consumers are more connected than ever. In between accepting meeting invitations and sending emails, they are also browsing products, buying services, ordering meals, and shopping online. As a result of this increased online presence, many small and medium-sized business owners are finding that they need to...

May 18, 2017
Mixed reality trailblazer Finger Food Studios offers a glimpse of manufacturing’s future
Nick Rockel

Apart from the gleaming tractor unit in the middle of the room, the Holodeck looks like a big empty warehouse. Have I come to the right place? I slip on a pair of Microsoft HoloLens glasses, tightening the band against...

May 9, 2017
6 B.C. companies that are shaping the future of energy
Andrew Findlay

New oil and gas pipelines are winning approval in B.C. and across the country, but the world is also shifting in new directions. Global investment in green energy hit a record of almost US$286 billion last year, according to the...

May 9, 2017
This Richmond company is building battery packs that can power ferries
Andrew Findlay

In business, like life, timing can be everything. Late last decade, Corvus Energy co-founder Brent Perry and his partners were designing quiet-running electrical hybrid systems for the luxury yacht market. At the time, lithium battery manufacturers didn’t make anything larger...

May 9, 2017
Hydra Energy hopes to make hydrogen the clean fuel of tomorrow
Andrew Findlay

For his Grade 4 science fair project, Simon Pickup wanted to “blow something up.” His father, a self-taught engineer, urged him to build a hydrogen electrolyzer instead. Born and raised in North Vancouver, Pickup eventually dropped out of high school...

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