Entries by Alina Kulakova

Semios A Winner in Verizon’s $10M Powerful Answers Award Competition

Semios a Winner in Verizon’s $10M Powerful Answers Award Competition Vancouver, Canada – Semios, a Vancouver company that has introduced wireless technologies to agricultural pest management, is a winner in global Verizon Powerful Answers Award. The final results, including a $285,000 prize for Semios, were announced today at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las […]

Semios a Top-Five Finalist in Verizon’s $10M Global Innovation Competition

Semios a Top-Five Finalist in Verizon’s $10M Global Innovation Competition Vancouver, Canada – Semios, a Vancouver company that has introduced innovative, wireless technologies to agricultural pest management, has been selected as the lone Canadian finalist for the global Verizon “Powerful Answers Award.” The competition, run by American cell phone giant Verizon, will award $10M to […]

Vancouver-based Semios a Finalist in Verizon’s $10M Global Innovation Competition

Vancouver-based Semios a Finalist in Verizon’s $10M Global Innovation Competition Vancouver, Canada – Semios, a Vancouver company that has introduced innovative, wireless technologies to agricultural pest control, has been selected as the lone Canadian finalist for the global Verizon “Powerful Answers Award.” The competition, run by American cell phone giant Verizon, will award $10M to […]

Semios: Big Data and Digitizing the Farm

Since 1793 the Old Farmer’s Almanac is probably best known for it’s sunrise tables and planting charts. For many farmers, the Almanac has been providing useful information, and also removing some uncertainty, for a business where success can be forged or shattered by the whims of Mother Nature. While some farmers today still swear by […]

Mating-Disrupting Pheromone Technology Reduces Chemical Pesticide Use in Canadian Orchards

Vancouver’s semiosBIO Technologies gets $2.8 million investment from Sustainable Development Technology Canada VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA–(Marketwire – Feb. 15, 2013) – Well, the fruit-eating moths who want to mate won’t be happy about it, but fruit eaters and Canada’s orchard growers will be, as Vancouver’s semiosBIO Technologies received a $2.8 million investment from Sustainable Development Technology […]