Miovision a Finalist in 2012 Ontario Business Achievement Awards

Waterloo's Miovision Technologies has been named a finalist in the 2012 Ontario Business Achievement Awards by the Ontario Chamber of Commerce in the RBC Royal Bank Award for Small Business category. 

The provider of intelligent traffic data management solutions is one of three finalists in the category, having been selected from hundreds of nominees. This award honours small businesses (under 100 employees) that demonstrate a progressive attitude and approach to their sales and new market development, company culture, environmental stewardship and corporate citizenship.

But this may be the last chance for Miovision to qualify as a small business.

Since 2005, Miovision grown from a startup of just three university graduates to an international company of 85 employees serving 350 customers in 27 countries spanning five continents. And they continue to grow with four Software Developer openings on the Techvibes Job Board

Miovision’s automated traffic data collection technology uses video to capture data about traffic volume, vehicle movements, roundabout counts, etc.  This data is helping cities and municipalities across the globe to measure, manage and fix traffic problems such as congestion, long travel times, carbon emissions and road safety.

The award winners will be announced at the annual OBAA gala on October 24 in Toronto.

Miovision Technologies Inc.
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... more

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