About Miovision

Miovision provides cities with modern tools to fix today’s traffic problems. We offer solutions that collect multimodal traffic data and uncover actionable insights, helping municipalities get more out of their road network.

The company started by three University of Waterloo friends in a basement has evolved into the leading authority on traffic data. Miovision began as a traffic solution company, but our continued approach to innovation and dedication to solving real-world problems has led us to where we stand today: helping cities achieve their smart city visions.

A major shift is happening in cities all over the world. Smart cities are beginning to take shape and we believe that with the right approach every city – big or small – can be a smart city.

Cities have been trapped in vendor-locked agreements for too long. Miovision puts cities back in control of their data and gives them the tools they need to achieve success. Because we believe that when cities come first, everyone wins.

With the rise of IoT and technological advances in all aspects of modern life, citizens expect their daily interactions with city infrastructure to work in the same efficient and seamless manner as all other areas of modern life. Citizens are starting to insist on less traffic, on-demand city services, and accessibility for all. Miovision helps shape this vision into reality.


Our Manifesto

We believe that any city can be a smart city. Learn why by watching our manifesto.

Preview image for the Miovision Manifesto video

Our offices

Kitchener, Canada

Headquartered in Waterloo Region’s Catalyst137 building, a purpose-built makerspace and IoT hub, Miovision is part of one of Canada’s hotbed technology centers, which is home to two of Canada’s top universities – University of Waterloo and Wilfrid Laurier University – and a vibrant technology community that includes such luminaries as Google, BlackBerry, Sandvine Inc., Desire2Learn, and Open Text Corporation.

Cologne, Germany

Miovision’s European office is located in Cologne, Germany, which is one of Europe’s economically strongest cities – 40% of Europe’s GDP is generated within 500 kilometres. Due to its beneficial position, Cologne has an excellent connection to international transport networks. With over 40,000 students, Cologne is also home to the biggest university in Germany – where future key technologies are in focus.