Smart City Management Solution, Tomo, to attend Alberta-Jalisco International Technology Partnership Program
Edmonton-based @Assist Tomo, a local tech company, will attend the Alberta-Jalisco International Technology Partnership Program Feb. 27 and 28, 2020 in Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico.
The Alberta-Jalisco International Technology Partnership Program is a collaboration of Alberta Innovates and COECYTJAL which seeks to provide assistance to small and medium-sized businesses from Alberta and Jalisco that are interested in collaborating in technology development. These partnerships can lead to commercialization opportunities and mutual benefits for both regions. The program allows a “soft landing” for international commercialization, fostering long-term business partnerships to extend market access.
As part of the program, Tomo will give a 10-minute presentation on our smart city management software to the Jalisco companies on Feb. 27. Tomo is a cloud-based software designed to connect various peices of smart cities to ensure they communicate and work together effeciently to improve traditional processes. Tomo helps integrate IoT products, smart infrastructures and smart technology, including lighting, traffic sensors, water management, and more, into one easy-to-use, comprehensive platform.
We're excited to share our unique people-first approach to ICT and learn more about the opportunities Jalisco has to offer.
If there are any questions or comments please contact us.
@Assist offers a variety of people-first, cloud-based technology, including Tomo; Sugu, its property and real estate management platform; and Toki, its workflow management and accounting platform.