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2021 annual general meeting: Impressive results and a tribute to a great builder
INO presented results for the 2020–2021 fiscal year at its annual general meeting this morning. During the period, which corresponded with the first 12 months of the pandemic, INO demonstrated more than ever its importance as an economic development engine that government and local businesses can rely on to help drive a speedy recovery.
Two Regions of Quebec Start Field Tests for Robotic Broccoli Harvesting
Self-Positioning Optomechanical Mounts for a Cost-Effective Way of Rapidly Assembling Prototypes
Bioenterprise and INO sign cooperation agreement
New collaboration supports automation, vision technology innovation for ag sector.
New innovation partnership to advance automation for vegetable growers
A new collaboration between Canada’s leader in applied horticulture research and innovation Vineland and INO, the nation’s largest technology centre in optics and photonics will make innovative automation technology available for Canadian mushroom and greenhouse cucumber growers.
An Ordre des ingénieurs du Québec award for INO
On April 7, Ordre des ingénieurs du Québec gave INO an award for a new device integrated to its MailSecur solution.
Investing in industrial innovation—the key to post-pandemic recovery
The year 2020 brought its share of challenges, including a health crisis unlike any Canada has experienced in the past century. With a vaccination program underway and the economic upswing on the horizon, the government must roll out effective strategies to accelerate the recovery, revitalize the economy, and create wealth. A resourceful and resilient industrial sector will be pivotal for this mission's success. Now more than ever, we must kick industrial innovation into high gear.
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