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Ontario, Canada gives parts makers an edge in getting a larger piece of the action in the competitive world of automotive electronics.
Indal Technologies, a business unit of Curtiss-Wright Defense Solutions, designs and develops equipment that helps military pilots land their aircraft on navy ships even in hazardous conditions.
Ontario's Profound Medical Corp. has the green light to commercialize a novel technology that will improve prostate cancer treatment.
In May 2013, Japan-based Mitsui High-tec decided the time was right to establish its first North American facility. They chose Ontario, Canada.
Since 2000 when Geotab was launched it has become a global industry leader in telematics, the software systems at the heart of connected car technology.
Aslan Technologies, a Burlington-based design and manufacturing company, has experienced tremendous success serving the chemical, water and wastewater treatment industries.
Ontario’s diverse network of universities and R&D facilities support the skilled workforce Silfab Solar requires to lead the evolution of PV products and production processes.
Doctors around the world have been using the Baylis Medical Radio Frequency Puncture (RFP) System since the mid-1990s.
Did you know that when you cook your favourite dishes, the flavourings you use to enrich the taste often contain biosuccinic acid (SA)? In wine and soft drinks, SA helps reduce acidity; as an ingredient in cosmetics and creams, it is a skin softener.
In an industry as exacting as aerospace, there’s no room for gaps, and Ontario-based Shimco has made a business out of filling them.
In 2007, when unmanned aerial systems (UAS) were barely getting off the ground, three University of Waterloo engineering graduates recognized the industry’s potential. Dave Kroetsch, Steffen Lindner, and Mike Peasgood envisioned a small, rugged UAS that could be easily deployed and controlled by one person in order to collect video and still imagery from the air.
When German parts maker Gedia awarded Armo Tool a project to develop a stamping die for a sealing support for a new BMW, the London, Ontario-based company showed why its business has tripled since 2009.
In August 2015, Brose's London, Ontario facility marked 10 years in operation. There was a lot to celebrate.
When you sit down to watch your favourite TV show tonight, chances are that the signal beaming to your television is being routed through a satellite carrying parts made by COM DEV, right here in Ontario.
In a globally competitive, highly technical market, Abbott Point of Care realized it would take more than just an adequate facility to ensure long-term success.
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