MistyWest’s foundation lies in the pursuit of a sustainable future, starting our business working on electric vehicles and hydrogen fuel cells.

During our company’s evolution, we’ve helped develop climate-resilient crops with autonomous plant phenotyping robots, and optical particle counters for indoor air quality monitoring.


  • Designing computer vision systems for low power object detection
  • Designing off-grid sensing solutions for monitoring, measurement and verification of GHG emissions
  • Transitioning from prototype to small scale manufacturing and commercialization

Climate change will be one of the defining challenges of the 21st century. In order to build a more resilient future, MistyWest builds partnerships with organizations who are seeking novel approaches to solving our planet’s most pressing environmental issues.


Download our full capabilities statement to discover how we collaborate with clients to create innovative solutions for a prosperous global community.



MistyWest supported General Fusion’s mission to develop a novel and commercially viable approach to fusion energy with a diagnostics system architecture design.


As climate change progresses, the evolving behavioural and migration patterns of polar bears has made it difficult to reliably track their locations. WWF and IDEO reached out to MistyWest to design an Argos based tracking device to help solve this problem.


HAVEN (formerly TZOA) wanted to develop a compact, multi-sensor device capable of monitoring indoor air quality and providing a platform for data aggregation – all while keeping the product at a consumer price of less than $200 a unit. Hey, we said we love a hard problem!

Embedded Intelligence

Our team brings deep expertise in  implementing solutions from the edge to the cloud.

Deep Tech

MistyWest’s engineering physics background allows a better understanding of the strengths and weaknesses of scientific discoveries.

Connected Sensors

We’re here to empower customers to seamlessly transition their connected devices from the lab to the field.

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