SMT Incorporated by co-founders Jason Teetaert and Gamal Mustapha.
SMT joins Eureka Projects Business Incubator at University of Manitoba smartpark.
Moisture sensors developed.
Wireless dataloggers (WiDAQ) developed.
Building Analytics and the Building Intelligence Gateway (BiG) developed.
The National Research Council of Canada - Institute of Construction deploys WiDAQs.
SMT installs first roof monitoring grid on the Manitoba Hydro Building green roof.
SMT receives Innovation Award in New Technology from the NRC-IRAP.
Leak detection system provided for 75,000 sq. ft. at UBC Life Sciences Centre.
SMT creates the DigiSCAN 360, a digital roof scanning instrument.
SMT and UofM win 5th place in the IEEE International Mechatronics Competition in Taiwan.
SMT receives Insurance Canada Technology Award.
SMT receives ISO 9001:2008 registration.
Vancouver, BC office opened (headquarters).
SMT's very own Jason Teetaert serves as president of the British Columbia Building Envelope Council.
The Roofing Contractors of BC (RCABC) accept's SMT's system for use in the RGC Waterproofing Guarantee Program.
Concrete moisture sensor is developed.
SMT sponsors UBC ECE Capstone Project for an Automated Bridge Inspection Quadcopter Drone.
Crack detection sensor presented at Cansmart through an NSERC and University of Manitoba collaboration.
High accuracy linear displacement sensing using LVDT sensors and specialized mounts allows you to monitor movement in all the x, y and z directions.
Compact Linux Gateway used to sync sensor data with Analytics.
Masonry moisture sensor to monitor the renovated Tomb of Jesus, Church of the Holy Sepulchre, Jerusalem.
SMT moves to a larger facility on 103-1089 East Kent Ave N with new manufacturing and R&D lab.
Monitors the world's tallest mass timber building, the UBC Brock Commons Tallwood House.
Cellular Data Acquisition Unit - C22 developed.
Instruments crack sensors on bridges, collaborating with municipalities, the University of Manitoba, and SIMTReC Canada.