05, Mar 2018 – ThoughtWire’s Ambiant platform is targeted to healthcare providers, smart buildings, and advanced manufacturers. It provides real-time guidance to staff so they can predict and resolve issues and achieve energy efficiency; according to The Globe and Mail, the system has helped cut the number of deaths from cardiac arrest emergencies in hospitals by …
06, MAR 2018 – Toronto-based ThoughtWire’s platform Ambiant is already used in hospitals around Canada for alerts on patients’ health. Now it wants to bring it to real estate and city planning in the U.S. as well.
05, MAR 2018 – Toronto industrial internet-of-things platform ThoughtWireCorp has raised $20 million in a debt and Series A financing. Yaletown Partners led the round and was joined by BDC Capital, Round13 Capital, Epic Capital and Comerica.
05, MAR 2018 – ThoughtWire intends to use new funding to further geographic growth using Ambiant to make cities smarter, buildings more automated and energy efficient, and hospitals and workplaces safer, by interconnecting and orchestrating people, workflows, data and things in real-time. ThoughtWire previously raised $1.95 million in seed funding from members of Angel One Network …
05, MAR 2018 – “Internet of things” technology is being used to remotely set thermostats, manage traffic signals and predict when to service industrial machines before they break down. Toronto entrepreneur Mike Monteith thinks it can also save lives.
05, MAR 2018 – Originally utilized in Smart Healthcare, Ambiant applies real-time machine intelligence to improve operations, care delivery and the patient experience. For smarter buildings and cities, the platform is used to guide proactive maintenance, improve cost and energy efficiency, and deliver a more personalized tenant experience.
05, MAR 2018 – Back in February, ThoughtWire also teamed up with Hamilton Health Sciences (HHS) to test an app that can help predict heart failure. HHS has been working since 2010 to eliminate Code Blue alarms from their acute care facilities. Clinical research shows that there are early indicators of a patient’s declining health that could be …
22, JAN 2018 – Early detection and intervention is key to helping seniors stay at home as long as possible, easing the load on caregivers and the health care system. ThoughtWire is part of an innovative study testing the use of artificial intelligence for early detection of Alzheimer’s.
16, JAN 2018 – As Canada marks Alzheimer’s Awareness Month, a health innovation team has been awarded funding from the Government of Ontario to pilot a groundbreaking brain health assessment and risk management program powered by predictive analytics and artificial intelligence. Thoughtwire will develop an Early Identification Application that can identify individuals at-risk by scanning electronic medical records.
08, JAN 2018 – Bruce Croxon, co-founder of Round 13 Capital and co-host of BNN’s The Disruptors, talks about participating in the $20-million Series “A” round of funding for Thoughtwire and why the so-called “Industrial Internet of Things” space holds so much promise in his view.