pcNewsWire – Calgary Scientific, one of Canada’s leading providers of advanced technology, has been selected to receive support through Western Economic Diversification Canada‘s Western Innovation (WINN) Initiative.
WINN support will aid Calgary Scientific in continuing development of its core technology platform, PureWeb, a platform that is enabling rapid changes in how companies around the world access and share high value image data.
Calgary Scientific Receives Support from Federal Government for Its PureWeb® Technology
Posted by Calgary Scientific on May 25, 2017 11:53:42 AM
Calgary, AB – May 25, 2017 – Calgary Scientific, one of Canada’s leading providers of advanced technology, announced that it has been selected to receive support through Western Economic Diversification Canada’s Western Innovation (WINN) Initiative.
David Lametti, Parliamentary Secretary to the Honourable Navdeep Bains, Minister of Innovation, Science and Economic Development and Minister responsible for Western Economic Diversification Canada, made the announcement yesterday on the Minister’s behalf. Calgary Scientific’s technology-forward platforms were of particular interest to Mr. Lametti, whose strong background in Intellectual Property rights was obtained through his tenure teaching law at McGill University.
The support from WINN will aid Calgary Scientific in continuing development of its core technology platform, PureWeb, a platform that is enabling rapid changes in how companies around the world access and share high value image data. The company previously received funding through the WINN program in 2014 for its ResolutionMD® technology, which enables healthcare providers to access critical medical data quickly, securely and at high resolution from mobile devices anywhere in the world.
“Since the founding of Calgary Scientific, we have pushed to be innovative in solving complex technological issues with creativity and rapid development,” said Dave Waldrop, Chief Revenue Officer with Calgary Scientific. “This support will enable us to accelerate the product roadmap for our PureWeb platform, expand our portfolio of image data solutions and grow our Calgary-based business. We are excited to be part of the diversification of Western Canada’s economy, and honored to receive support from the Canadian government to continue contributing to this important initiative.”
A significant patent list underscores Calgary Scientific’s continued innovation development, dating back to 2004. This includes patents for tools that allow enterprises to securely access and interact with graphically intensive data from any location, without moving or copying data. The company currently holds over 40 patents related to virtualization, collaboration, interoperability, user experience and image processing.
About Calgary Scientific
Calgary Scientific offers enterprise image-viewing tools to access, collaborate on, and analyze graphics-intensive data securely on mobile and web.
Their ResolutionMD®software is installed in thousands of healthcare facilities worldwide, and is powered by the PureWeb® software development platform. The company is leveraging its flexible toolset to expand into new markets beyond healthcare, such as design, enterprise gaming and energy.
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PHOTO: From left to right, David Lametti, Parliamentary Secretary to Minister of Innovation, Science and Economic Development, Dave Waldrop CRO Calgary Scientific and Peter Garrett, President of Innovate Calgary.
SOURCE: Calgary Scientific