Miovision Leaves The Accelerator Centre

Posted by Henry Finn

Miovision a Waterloo based developer of traffic industry tools has 'graduated' from the Accelerator Centre. The companies three founders are all first time entrepreneurs and graduates of the University of Waterloo's engineering program.

The company's CEO Kurtis McBride valued the time his company spent at the centre: "The Accelerator Centre provided us with the support and infrastructure needed to allow us to focus on our core business and actually accelerate our business development significantly". Miovision has good reason to celebrate their time spent at the Accelerator Centre, since the company joined the center back in April 2006, their company has grown from a team of six to twenty full time employees. Although Miovision has raised over $1.8 million in private funding, their current growth is primarily revenue driven.

Miovision has attracted a global audience for its traffic analysis technology, its clients are primarily government agencies aiming to lower their costs by automating traffic data collection. The company offers a range of cutting edge products focused on collecting, analyzing, and reporting traffic information.

Company:
Miovision Technologies Inc.
Website:
http://www.miovision.com
Location:
Kitchener, Ontario, Canada

Miovision Technologies, based in Ontario, Canada is an innovative and successful software company that develops intelligent solutions to address the challenges facing today’s global transportation networks. With our video and web-based technologies, we help data collectors, traffic consultants and municipal governments reduce the cost of collecting, analyzing, and reporting accurate traffic data. Our products and... more

Company:
The Accelerator Centre
Website:
http://www.acceleratorcentre.com
Location:
Waterloo, Ontario, Canada

The Accelerator Centre (AC) officially opened its doors on May 18, 2006 through the cooperation of its founding partners: the Federal and Ontario governments, the Regional Municipality of Waterloo, the City of Waterloo, and the University of Waterloo. The Waterloo Research and Technology Park was selected as the site for the AC given the community-based initiative to foster the radical innovation that Waterloo... more


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Henry Finn

Henry Finn

Henry Finn is Techvibes Community Manager for the Kitchener-Waterloo area. Henry is a recent graduate from the University of Waterloo where he majored in Economics and minored in Management, East Asian Studies, and International Studies. He is looking forward to showcasing some of Waterloo's latest tech startups and providing readers with an in depth informative read. Currently Henry is... more



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