Toronto, Ontario – April 20th, 2018 – BeWhere Holdings Inc. (TSXV-BEW) (the “Corporation”) announces the appointment of Joanne De Laurentiis to BeWhere’s board of directors. Retired in 2016 as President and CEO of the Investment Funds Institute (IFIC), Joanne De Laurentiis was also CEO of Credit Union Central of Canada, Mondex Canada and Interac. Before moving into executive leadership roles, she served as Vice-President, Public Affairs for the Canadian Bankers Association and was chief of staff to a Minister in the Ontario Government. She has served on many business and not-for-profit boards including IFIC, Interac, Mondex, Cumis Insurance, Credential Financial, AgriFinance, Ethical Funds, Concentra Financial, the Ontario Lottery & and Gaming Corporation, the Toronto Board of Trade and St. Stephen’s Community House.
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Toronto, ON, Canada, February 14th, 2018 – BeWhere Holdings Inc. (TSX-V: BEW, OTCQB: BEWFF) and Nutaq Innovations, a wholly owned subsidiary of NuRAN Wireless Inc. (CSE: NUR) (OTC: NRRWF), are pleased to announce a joint demonstration leveraging the Nutaq LTE-M standalone network to enable BeWhere’s LTE-M devices to be showcased at Mobile World Congress 2018 beginning on February 26th.
Toronto, ON, December 19, 2017 – BeWhere Holdings Inc. (TSX-V: BEW, OTCQB: BEWFF) (“BeWhere” or the “Company”) today announces it has received PTCRB industry certification for its Mobile IoT beacons, paving the way for the commercial launch of these cellular devices in North America. BeWhere’s M-IoT beacons are small rugged devices, either solar or battery powered, that attach to non-powered mobile or fixed assets. The devices then transfer location and sensor data through Low Power Wide Area (“LPWA”) cellular networks to BeWhere’s secure cloud platform. BeWhere’s state-of-the-art sensors gather and deliver the environmental and situational information that gives visibility into the near real-time status of assets/equipment. Protected by industrially-hardened packaging, they measure location, light, battery, temperature, impact, barometric pressure and humidity from both the environment and the asset itself. BeWhere’s innovative and flexible design allows sensors to be customized to fit customers’ specific needs such as flood detection. BeWhere M-IoT beacons are the first of their kind cellular devices using LTE-M in North America and will be offered at a cost point never seen before, opening a large untapped market.
This morning I was at Henry of Pelham in St. Catharines to see an innovative piece of technology. It seems a bit surprising that a winery would be the place to look for innovative tech, but the small environmental monitoring device they're using will give the winery a big boost in production.The project is the impressive result of a collaboration between Henry of Pelham, BeWhere, Huawei, and Bell, and it's international partnerships like this that are the reason I go on trade missions. They create innovative opportunities here in Ontario. I'll be travelling to China and Vietnam later this month with over 100 delegates, and I can't wait to see the opportunities and partnerships that grow out of this mission.
Posted by Kathleen Wynne on Thursday, November 9, 2017
A brisk wind sweeps through the Henry of Pelham winery in Niagara, Ontario, as a farmer inspects sensors on Cabernet Sauvignon vines in preparation for ice-wine season.
The sensors are part of a pilot project by BCE Inc.’s Bell Canada, Chinese telecommunications giant Huawei Technologies Co. and Toronto-based software company BeWhere Inc. in search of the ultimate vintage in one of Canada’s main wine-growing regions.