Company InformationAOMS Technologies Inc. was founded on May 2014. The company is based in Toronto. The number of employees in AOMS Technologies Inc. is less than 50. Fully integrated industrial iot platform designed to tackle industries most challenging monitoring needs.
Here is how AOMS Technologies Inc. describes itself: "AOMS IoT solutions monitor assets and processes across various industries and generate data and insights for better decision making."
Funding & investorsAOMS Technologies Inc. has received 2 rounds of venture funding. The total funding amount is around $3.9M.
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AOMS Technologies Inc. - Blog
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Exoskeletons are sometimes referred to as exosuits and are increasingly being adopted by workers in the construction industry. The post Exoskeletons in Construction – Improving Jobsite Performance and Efficiency appeared first on Brickeye.
In this whitepaper, we describe applications of fiber optic sensors for subsurface temperature monitoring. The post Whitepaper: Fiber Optic Sensors for Distributed Monitoring of Soil in In-Situ Thermal Remediation appeared first on Brickeye.
In November 2021, the U.S. Congress approved the Infrastructure Investment and Job Acts. For the construction industry, the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law was adopted to rebuild America’s roads, bridges, and rails, while carrying a hefty price tag of $1.2 trillion, which includes $110 billion for roads, bridges, and other major projects pertaining to infrastructure.The post US Infrastructure Bill and Its Impact on Construction appeared first on Brickeye.
Concrete 3D printing is a big deal. There’s been an increasing spotlight on 3D printed infrastructure as architects and construction companies are quickly putting this tool to use. The post Concrete 3D Printing appeared first on Brickeye.
There have been giant leaps with advances in sensors and artificial intelligence (AI) to automate the construction industry. We explore 4 main types of robots that can be used in construction projects.The post Robotics in Construction appeared first on Brickeye.
There’s a disruption happening in the wearable technology sector for construction where everything is connected – biometric sensor technology has become increasingly popular and is being used to capture automatic, accurate, and real-time workforce data. Enter the Internet of Things (IoT) and wearable devices.The post Wearable Devices in Construction appeared first on Brickeye.