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Weather Data Beamed from Baffin Island

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Via Sudbury Mining Solutions Journal by Norm Tollinsky Underground mines aren’t the only harsh environments in which there is a need for near real-time data. The northern tip of Baffin Island, where Baffinland Iron Mines Corporation is proposing to develop an 18 million tonne per year open pit mine, is 1,000 kilometres northwest of Iqualuit […]

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Symboticware Digs Up Ways to Monitor Mines

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Sudbury company technology used underground, Canadian Arctic By: Northern Ontario Business staff From the biting, frozen winds of Baffin Island to the grit of Sudbury’s underground, Symboticware Inc. is no stranger to some of the harshest climates inflicted on Canadian mining operations. It’s this kind of environment that led the five-year-old Sudbury company to develop […]

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Bartolucci Announces Funds to Help Develop Environmental Technology

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“These types of investments are important to the diversification of our local economy,” says MPP. Greater Sudbury – The McGuinty government is helping Symboticware Incorporated develop its unique monitoring technology by investing $50,000 through the Northern Ontario Heritage Fund Corporation’s (NOHFC) Emerging Technology program, Sudbury MPP Rick Bartolucci announced today. “I am very pleased that […]

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Technology to Challenge Rugged North

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By HAROLD CARMICHAEL, THE SUDBURY STAR September 12, 2009 A little more than a year ago, Symboticware Inc. was a fledgling Greater Sudbury company operating out of a basement. Today, it’s got an office in downtown Greater Sudbury staffed by seven very busy people. Symboticware Inc.’s goal is to develop unique monitoring technology that can […]

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Symboticware Receives Funding from FedNor

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The Honourable Tony Clement, Minister of Industry and Minister responsible for FedNor, today announced a multi-million dollar Government of Canada investment, aimed at providing a solid foundation for economic recovery and development efforts across Northern Ontario. Through FedNor’s Northern Development Program – Information and Communications Technology, Symboticware Incorporated received $114,300 in funding to develop and […]

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