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Member directory

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  • Ciena

    Ciena

    Delegated representative : Benoit Pelletier

    Business types : Large business (more than 250 employees)

    Application areas : Telecommunication

    Ciena Corporation is a United States-based global supplier of telecommunications networking equipment, software, and services. The company was founded in 1992[1][2][3] and is headquartered in Hanover, Maryland.

  • MPB Communications inc.

    MPB Communications inc.

    Delegated representative : Kim Boumansour

    Business types : SME (no more than 250 employees)

    Application areas : Aviation/Aerospace

    MPB is a Canadian company focused on the development and manufacture of leading-edge photonic products such high performance optical amplifiers and fiber lasers.

  • Aeponyx

    Aeponyx

    Delegated representative : Philippe Babin

    Business types : SME (no more than 250 employees)

    Application areas : Telecommunication

    AEPONYX is a micro optical switch leader designing and marketing chips for fiber optic access to the cloud. With its patented technologies, combining planar Micro-Electro-Mechanical-Systems (MEMS) and Silicon Photonics, AEPONYX builds the fastest, most affordable and smallest micro optical switches for tunable transceivers and optical circuit switches.

  • Medscint

    Medscint

    Delegated representative : François Therriault-Proulx

    Business types : SME (no more than 250 employees)

    Application areas :

    Through its patented hyperspectral scintillation dosimetry approach (US9678217), Medscint is innovating by offering a modular platform enabling multi-point and real-time scintillation dosimetry to meet the modern and practical needs of research professionals around the world and specialized in medical physics, radiation biology and scintillating materials to name a few.

  • Aligo Innovation

    Aligo Innovation

    Delegated representative : Jean-Philippe Valois

    Business types : Nonprofit organization (NPO)

    Application areas :

    WE ENHANCE RESEARCH ALIGO is proud to promote dozens of inventions and innovations enhanced through agreements every single year. The company is currently supporting the development of over 121 different research enhancement projects. In 2017–2018 alone, the projects which ALIGO were involved in generated over $101 million in investments. On March 31, 2018, the ALIGO Fund’s portfolio of cumulative investments totalled $2.66 million invested in 36 projects. OUR STORY Located in Montreal, ALIGO was founded in 2014 following a merger between two corporations, MSBiV and Valeo, both of which were established in 2001. MSBiV was a high-potential technology enhancement corporation for projects coming out of McGill, Sherbrooke and Bishop’s universities. Valeo was a corporation that handled intellectual property management for the École de technologie supérieure, Concordia University, UQAM, UQAR, UQTR, and UQO. The merger of these two organizations enabled ALIGO to provide universities with a critical mass of expertise and the financial means needed to market academic research findings, while significantly reducing their administrative expenses. By supporting innovation projects from the invention or innovation disclosure right through to bringing them to markets and the public, ALIGO is a driving force for economic development.

  • K&Y Diamond

    K&Y Diamond

    Delegated representative : Hugh McAllister

    Business types : SME (no more than 250 employees)

    Application areas :

    K&Y Diamond Limited is a Canadian manufacturer specializing in Ultra-Precision diamond tools, whether it be single crystal diamond (natural & synthetic), polycrystalline diamond (PCD), or CVD. We also have the expertise to manufacture PCBN tools for a wide range of machining applications. Our tools have been instrumental in the production of some of the most advanced and difficult optical components in the world, as well as cutting tools used for the machining of Aerospace components (civil and military aviation).

  • Doric Lenses

    Doric Lenses

    Delegated representative : Sead Doric

    Business types : SME (no more than 250 employees)

    Application areas :

    Doric Lenses is a dynamic company focused on development and production of state-of-the-art photonic devices. A global brand of doric neurophotonics hardware sets standards for light sources, fiber-optic based brain implants, optogenetics, head-mounted fluorescence microscopes, fiber photometry and electrophysiology systems for behavioral studies of freely-moving animals. By combining these devices, it is possible to make a brain-computer interface to visualize, quantify and influence neuronal activity of freely-moving animals. The company is a worldwide provider of high-end photonics contract manufacturing services ranging from life science to rocket science and a leading supplier of microlenses for laser diode collimation.

  • EHVA Inc.

    EHVA Inc.

    Delegated representative :

    Business types : SME (no more than 250 employees)

    Application areas : Manufacturing/Automation, Security/Defence, Telecommunication

    EHVA pushes society forward by significantly improving photonics chip development and production. Chips that are themselves instrumental to key breakthrough, such as quantum computing, AI, telecommunications, biomedical, and much more. Leveraging years of R&D in academia and industry, IP portfolio and strategic partnerships, EHVA delivers the first generic test robot allowing efficient test at production, a vital element of the production and value chains. Complementing the robot is an automation suite handling everything from robot base control to business intelligence, all supported by an elastic cloud.

  • OptoSigma Corporation

    OptoSigma Corporation

    Delegated representative : Dan Denison

    Business types : Large business (more than 250 employees)

    Application areas : Manufacturing/Automation, Aviation/Aerospace, Energy, Environment, Laser/Method, Medical/Life science, Agriculture, Security/Defence, Telecommunication, Transport

    OptoSigma® designs and manufactures over 15,000 standard catalog items, in addition to custom solutions from the component level to complete optical systems. Our standard products include the highest quality imaging systems, optics, opto-mechanics, manual and motorized stages, diode and He:Ne lasers, fiber optic products, vibration isolation products, laser safety equipment and more. Find complete solutions for every stage, from prototype to production. We continually listen to our customers for new product develop and our complete catalog can be found online for convenient purchasing at, optosigma.com

  • Nemko Canada

    Nemko Canada

    Delegated representative : Constantin Pintilei

    Business types : SME (no more than 250 employees)

    Application areas : Manufacturing/Automation, Medical/Life science, Security/Defence, Telecommunication, Transport, Other

    Nemko offers Laser, EMR, Electrical Safety and Radio Certification compliance services to a range of industries: information technology, audio and video; telecommunications; medical and health care equipment; lighting equipment and defense industry. Nemko is supported by local experts and know global. With 25 test locations on 4 continents, including 3 in Canada (Montreal, Ottawa and Cambridge, ON) and more than 500 employees around the world, we have an international approval service available in more than 150 countries around the world.

  • CMC Microsystems

    CMC Microsystems

    Delegated representative : Gordon Harling

    Business types : Nonprofit organization (NPO)

    Application areas : Manufacturing/Automation, Aviation/Aerospace, Energy, Environment, Laser/Method, Medical/Life science, Agriculture, Security/Defence, Telecommunication, Transport

    CMC Microsystems works with researchers and industry across Canada’s National Design Network®, providing access to world-class tools, technologies, expertise and industrial capabilities for designing, prototyping and manufacturing innovations in microsystems and nanotechnologies. CMC reduces barriers to technology adoption by creating and sharing platform technologies.

  • Nétur Inc

    Nétur Inc

    Delegated representative : Stephane Turcotte

    Business types : SME (no more than 250 employees)

    Application areas : Aviation/Aerospace, Medical/Life science

    Nétur specializes in the development and machining of complex, high precision aeronautical components. Based in Saint-Hubert on the south shore of Montreal, we also offer a wide range of supplementary solutions for component assembly, painting, and special processes. Our investments in talent, ongoing skills development, and efficient processes are your guarantee of innovative, top quality products.

  • Maxwellian Inc.

    Maxwellian Inc.

    Delegated representative : Alireza Hassani

    Business types : SME (no more than 250 employees)

    Application areas : Manufacturing/Automation

    Maxwellian is a Montreal-based company that specializes in optical sensing technology in harsh environments for sensitive industries such as Hydrogen Mobility, Transportation & Energy, Oil &Gas, Space & Aerospace. Maxwellian's Sensing technology platforms are based on optical fibers and Silicon Photonics integrated circuits, enables 10 times more cost effective monitoring in hazardous and extreme environments with higher sensitivity, long lasting functionality, and increased robustness - where available commercial electronic sensors are not capable of. Customized hygrometer and humidity sensor for Aerospace clients to monitor Dew points and icing in very low temperature and higher humidity regime is one of the unique product that Maxwellian offers to this high-tech industry.

  • O-m6 Technologies inc.

    O-m6 Technologies inc.

    Delegated representative : Jean-yves Couturier

    Business types : SME (no more than 250 employees)

    Application areas : Manufacturing/Automation, Laser/Method, Telecommunication, Other

    O-m6 Technologies is a leader in the manufacture of fiber optic assemblies. Founded in 1996, we were quickly recognized by Telecommunication and Photonic firms for our technical expertise and we rapidly earned an excellent reputation for the quality of our products. Our production plant can respond rapidly to large and average orders for conventional cable products as well as optical patchcords, pigtails, and multi fiber cables.

  • Ville de Québec

    Ville de Québec

    Delegated representative : Jean-François Morneau

    Business types : Government ministry or body (federal, provincial, municipal)

    Application areas :

    La mission de la Ville de Québec est de fournir les meilleurs services possible à l’ensemble de ses citoyens, individus, groupes ou personnes morales. Des valeurs communes guident les actions du personnel municipal en matière d’éthique. Les employés de la Ville de Québec agissent selon des règles de conduite et se conforment à la Déclaration de services.

  • Centre de recherche industrielle du Québec

    Centre de recherche industrielle du Québec

    Delegated representative : Lyne Dubois

    Business types : SME (no more than 250 employees)

    Application areas : Manufacturing/Automation, Aviation/Aerospace, Energy, Environment, Laser/Method, Medical/Life science, Agriculture, Security/Defence, Telecommunication, Transport, Other

    An expert in industrial productivity and competitiveness for 50 years, CRIQ provides the most extensive range of innovative services in Québec. A Québec government corporation under Ministère de l’Économie et de l’Innovation (MEI), CRIQ is at the forefront of many R&D initiatives and is proud of its collaborations with innovation partners throughout Québec.

  • Laserand, Inc.

    Laserand, Inc.

    Delegated representative : Vitalijus Kosenko

    Business types : SME (no more than 250 employees)

    Application areas : Manufacturing/Automation, Aviation/Aerospace, Laser/Method, Medical/Life science

    Laserand Inc. is a Montreal, Canada based company working in the fields of photonics, robotics, industrial manufacturing & automation and weak signals imaging. The company supplies photonics components, scientific & industrial equipment and complex systems to customers throughout North America. Our team of engineers, marketing and technical support specialists with more than 20 years of experience in supplying optical components, CW DPSS lasers, optical spectroscopy systems, motion control, hexapods and scientific cooled full-frame CCD cameras for imaging and spectroscopy is ready to assist you in choosing the right product for your application.

  • Osela Inc.

    Osela Inc.

    Delegated representative : Nicolas Cadieux

    Business types : SME (no more than 250 employees)

    Application areas : Manufacturing/Automation

    Osela is a specialized manufacturer of laser illumination systems and structured lighting for industrial machine vision applications requiring precision laser beam shaping as well as research and development projects around the world. Our experienced and skilled staff, knowledgeable in the area of lasers and beam shaping optics, allow us to continually innovate our product portfolio as well as offer customized solutions to our clients. With applications ranging from 3D Machine Vision to Biomedical and innovative research projects, our capabilities include: – Uniform Single Laser Line – Multiple laser lines – Random Pattern Projection – Customized patterns – TopHat Beam Shaping – Telecentric Projection

  • Intelligence industrielle Nemesis

    Intelligence industrielle Nemesis

    Delegated representative : Jean Brassard

    Business types : SME (no more than 250 employees)

    Application areas : Manufacturing/Automation, Other

    Nemesis is a company located in Quebec city that develops an industrial intelligence platform for the mining sector that allows it to optimize its production process, improve safety and simulate the life of a mine, from its birth to its rehabilitation (after its useful life) like never before. By joining the forces of optics, photonics, deep learning and artificial intelligence, Nemesis offers a real revolution to the mining industry by enabling executives to support their decisions with data from an accuracy never achieved to date, in real time and continuously.

  • Eddyfi NDT Inc.

    Eddyfi NDT Inc.

    Delegated representative : Malye Bourgault

    Business types : Large business (more than 250 employees)

    Application areas :

    Eddyfi Technologies provide the most advanced NDT technologies in the world, helping OEMs, asset owners and service companies enhance productivity, save lives, and protect the environment. Its mission is to push the limits of advanced NDT to new heights by featuring various NDT modalities and investing massively in product advancement. Eddyfi Technologies offers a diversified portfolio of NDT sensors, instruments, and software for the inspection of critical components and assets in key industries such as aerospace, oil & gas, and power generation. Customer-centric, entrepreneurial, and with a passion for science and technology, Eddyfi Technologies serves customers in more than 80 countries. The group employs more than 450 people, and leverages ten centers of excellence and sales offices worldwide, all staffed by NDT experts.

  • ÉCOTECH QUÉBEC

    ÉCOTECH QUÉBEC

    Delegated representative : DENIS LECLERC

    Business types : SME (no more than 250 employees)

    Application areas : Manufacturing/Automation

    Écotech Québec rassemble l’ensemble des décideurs du secteur des technologies propres provenant des quatre coins du Québec. Les entreprises innovantes, les centres de recherche, de développement et de transfert technologique, les grandes entreprises et organisations utilisatrices, les milieux financiers, les institutions d’enseignement et de formation, les centrales syndicales et les associations industrielles collaborent pour accélérer la transition vers une économie verte, performante et inclusive.

  • Norton Rose Fulbright Canada LLP

    Norton Rose Fulbright Canada LLP

    Delegated representative : Reno Lessard

    Business types : Other

    Application areas : Other

    We are Canada’s first truly international law firm. More than 650 lawyers, patent and trade-mark agents based in Calgary, Montréal, Ottawa, Toronto, Québec and Vancouver help clients succeed in Canada and in key, growing markets in the world. We are strong across all of our six key industry sectors and our global reach covers six continents.

  • CorActive High-Tech Inc.

    CorActive High-Tech Inc.

    Delegated representative : Claude Adrien Noel

    Business types : SME (no more than 250 employees)

    Application areas : Manufacturing/Automation

    Founded in 1998 as a spin-off of INO, CorActive manufactures and develops Specialty Optical Fibers (SOF)products and fiber laser solutions for OEM customers’ applications in the industrial, telecommunications, sensing (LIDAR), medical, and scientific markets. CorActive offers an extensive selection of products, including Double Clad (Er:Yb, Yb, Er, Tm, etc.), Mid-IR transmission, Erbium doped single clad, UV Sensitive and attenuating optical fibers as well as fiber laser modules that are suitable for a wide range of applications in many industries. CorActive has the know-how and expertise to also produce customized fibers for any application. We devote a team of specialists to your project, and once the fiber has been developed, our state-of-the-art automation systems go into full-scale production mode just for you. CorActive’s Mission At CorActive, we aim to empower our clients to become and remain market leaders by designing and manufacturing cost-effective, innovative solutions based on our advanced Specialty Optical Fiber technologies.

  • Thorlabs Canada ULC

    Thorlabs Canada ULC

    Delegated representative : Éric Geoffrion

    Business types : SME (no more than 250 employees)

    Application areas : Manufacturing/Automation

    Manufacturers of fiber optics

  • Few-Cycle Inc

    Few-Cycle Inc

    Delegated representative : Juliana Matos

    Business types : SME (no more than 250 employees)

    Application areas : Manufacturing/Automation, Laser/Method

    few-cycle Inc. has expertise in the research and development of optical technologies for ultrafast and high average power lasers including new laser amplification schemes. It offers custom upgrades to existing ultrafast lasers and innovative optical systems.

  • Centre d'optique, photonique et laser

    Centre d'optique, photonique et laser

    Delegated representative : Réal Vallée

    Business types : Teaching institute, research center, or CCTT

    Application areas : Manufacturing/Automation, Environment, Laser/Method, Medical/Life science, Agriculture, Security/Defence, Telecommunication

    The Center for Optics, Photonics and Lasers (COPL) is a strategic cluster of optics/photonics researchers from Université Laval, École Polytechnique de Montréal, McGill, INRS, École de technologie supérieure, Université de Sherbrooke, Université du Québec à Montréal and Concordia University who share the following objectives: - to train graduate students and post-docs who will form the next generation of optics/photonics scientists - to perform fundamental and applied research - to contribute to socio-economic development by supporting industry. Its research excellence, state-of-the-art facilities and comprehensive scientific program have positioned the COPL among the best centers in the world for optics and photonics training and research.

  • Centre de robotique et de vision industrielles Inc.

    Centre de robotique et de vision industrielles Inc.

    Delegated representative : Louis St-Pierre

    Business types : SME (no more than 250 employees)

    Application areas : Manufacturing/Automation, Aviation/Aerospace, Medical/Life science, Agriculture

    Centre de Robotique et de Vision Industrielles Inc. (CRVI) is one of the 59 college technology transfer centers or CCTTs (centres collégiaux de transfert de technologie) in the province of Québec. Its mission is to contribute to the competitiveness of Quebec's industrial sectors by supporting companies’ innovation in robotics and machine vision. More than 25 years after its foundation, CRVI is widely recognized in the industry for its dynamic approach, team expertise and quality of its services. As one of the most important technology transfer centers in the province, the CRVI has the human and material resources to successfully meet our clients’ expectations in robotics and machine vision. Our Focus Is to Promote Robotics and Machine Vision. Every year, the CRVI bring to a successful conclusion, from 30 to 40 projects for a wide range of applications. We work in partnership with our clients in order to deliver results-driven solutions.

  • TeraXion

    TeraXion

    Delegated representative : Alain-Jacques Simard

    Business types : SME (no more than 250 employees)

    Application areas : Manufacturing/Automation

    Since its inception in 2000, TeraXion designs, manufactures and markets best-in-class photonic products to selected emerging markets including high-speed fiber-optic transmission networks, fiber lasers and optical sensing applications. TeraXion’s core competencies are the heritage of more than a decade of sustained innovation through proprietary fiber Bragg grating (FBG) and laser frequency control technologies. TeraXion’s ability to transform complex technologies into manufacturable high-technology products is unmatched: its employees are devoted to innovation from R&D up to volume manufacturing. Its line of chromatic dispersion compensation solutions includes Telcordia-qualified low-loss DCMs and small form factor tunable dispersion compensators for 10 and 40 Gb/s direct detection terrestrial and submarine networks. It also offers chromatic dispersion emulators with very high levels of dispersion, used for manufacturing and R&D labs. Diversification in the industrial and aerospace/military market segments is also part of TeraXion’s strategy. Customized filtering solutions based on advanced FBG technology are used as reflectors for fiber lasers, while narrow-linewidth semiconductor laser sources are perfect for optical sensing and RF photonic links applications.

  • Zilia Inc

    Zilia Inc

    Delegated representative : Patrick Sauvageau

    Business types : SME (no more than 250 employees)

    Application areas : Medical/Life science

    Zilia is a Canadian company that develops and commercializes non-invasive oximetry technologies revolutionizing eye care. Zilia's innovative platform offers unprecedented applications for screening and managing diseases such as glaucoma, diabetic retinopathy and age-related macular degeneration.

  • NUVU CAMERAS INC.

    NUVU CAMERAS INC.

    Delegated representative : Marie-Eve Ducharme

    Business types : SME (no more than 250 employees)

    Application areas : Manufacturing/Automation, Aviation/Aerospace, Medical/Life science

    Nüvü Camēras' specializes in innovative scientific EMCCD camera by completely reinventing the electronics and possibilities behind EMCCD detectors. Nüvü™'s patented technology offers the ultimate level of sensitivity thanks to the highest Signal-to-Noise Ratio for low light imaging (total background noise less than 0.001e/pixel/s for an EM gain of up to 5000) and the best image quality (Charge Transfer Efficiency > 0.999993) to answer the needs of the most demanding low light imaging applications. Increase any optical system's performances for more reliable data obtained with lesser exposure times and faster acquisition rates.

  • PhotoNova Inc

    PhotoNova Inc

    Delegated representative : Raman Kashyap

    Business types : SME (no more than 250 employees)

    Application areas : Manufacturing/Automation, Laser/Method, Other

    Manufacturer of products for photonics applications and manufacturing. Products include optical fibre stripper, optical fibre clamps, fibre Bragg grating manufacturing systems, optical delay lines and custom photonics products. PhotoNova also distributes lasers for photonics applications.

  • INSTITUT NATIONAL D'OPTIQUE

    INSTITUT NATIONAL D'OPTIQUE

    Delegated representative : Philippe BOIVIN

    Business types : Nonprofit organization (NPO)

    Application areas : Manufacturing/Automation, Aviation/Aerospace, Energy, Environment, Laser/Method, Medical/Life science, Agriculture, Security/Defence, Transport, Other

    As the largest center for industrial optics and photonics expertise in Canada, INO has developed over 6,000 custom solutions for Quebec and Canadian companies across a wide variety of fields. INO has performed 72 technology transfers and helped create 33 spinoff companies employing over 2,000 people. INO's activities are made possible through the continued support of Quebec's Ministère de l'Économie et de l'Innovation and Canada Economic Development for Quebec Regions.

  • IBM Canada Ltee

    IBM Canada Ltee

    Delegated representative : Louis-Marie Achard

    Business types : Large business (more than 250 employees)

    Application areas : Manufacturing/Automation, Aviation/Aerospace, Medical/Life science, Security/Defence, Telecommunication, Transport

    IBM Assembly and Test facility in Bromont, Canada has packaged the world’s leading-edge semiconductors for over 45 years. We are known for our comprehensive approach to heterogeneous integration and large area packaging. Our work in areas such as automated silicon photonics packaging and optical technology is unrivaled. IBM will help you deliver differentiated solutions while providing personalized, expert support to meet even the toughest application goals. The IBM mindset is one of quality and performance. We offer full turnkey management, from materials characterization to mechanical, thermal and electrical design. Our customers leverage our deep skillsets in inventory control, world-class failure analysis, and customized programming, burn-in or final test. We are accredited as a North American Microelectronics Trusted source. With a culture of working hand-in-hand with device designers and foundry services, IBM will ensure the effective execution of your new and updated advanced packaging platforms.

  • ITF Technologies Inc.

    ITF Technologies Inc.

    Delegated representative : Julien Tremblay

    Business types : Large business (more than 250 employees)

    Application areas : Manufacturing/Automation, Laser/Method

    ITF Technologies a global technology leader in designing and manufacturing quality world-class products, subsystems, components, and photonic modules for telecom and industrial applications while exceeding our customers’ expectations. To achieve this objective, ITF Technologies is a leader of innovation in the fields of communications, fiber lasers, LiDAR, and optical sensors.

  • Développement économique Canada

    Développement économique Canada

    Delegated representative : Mathieu Etchecopar

    Business types : Government ministry or body (federal, provincial, municipal)

    Application areas : Manufacturing/Automation, Other

    Canada Economic Development promotes long-term economic development and the creation of sustainable employement by fostering a business environment that allows SMEs to prosper and grow. Canada Economic Development offers various programs such as Productivity Support, Innovation Support and Export Support.

  • EXFO Inc.

    EXFO Inc.

    Delegated representative : Stéphane Chabot

    Business types : Large business (more than 250 employees)

    Application areas : Manufacturing/Automation, Telecommunication

    EXFO develops smarter test, monitoring and analytics solutions for fixed and mobile network operators, webscale companies and equipment manufacturers in the global communications industry. Our customers count on our unique blend of equipment, software and services to accelerate digital transformations related to fiber, 4G/LTE and 5G deployments. We’ve spent over 30 years earning this trust, and today more than 2,000 EXFO employees in over 25 countries work side by side with our customers in the lab, field, data center and beyond.

  • Autolog, gestion de la production inc

    Autolog, gestion de la production inc

    Delegated representative : Mario Godbout

    Business types : SME (no more than 250 employees)

    Application areas : Manufacturing/Automation

    Autolog is a world-class manufacturer of optimization and automation systems. Thanks to our creativity, expertise, desire to innovate and our commitment to our customers, we offer high value-added solutions to all those who want to maximize their productivity, flexibility and, ultimately, their profitability.

  • Immervision

    Immervision

    Delegated representative : Patrice Roulet

    Business types : SME (no more than 250 employees)

    Application areas : Manufacturing/Automation, Aviation/Aerospace, Medical/Life science, Security/Defence, Telecommunication, Transport

    Immervision enables intelligent vision in any device. We design wide-angle lenses with augmented resolution to see more, and AI-ready image processing to see smarter. Our technology is for smart professional applications, consumer devices, automotive, robotics, medical, and other industries. Vision is key to understanding and securing the environment and to entertaining and informing the world. Immervision continuously adapts its technology and licenses it to component manufacturers, OEMs, and ODMs in the imaging eco-system.

  • ROBIC

    ROBIC

    Delegated representative : Isabelle Girard

    Business types : Other

    Application areas : Manufacturing/Automation, N/A

    125 Years of Excellence ROBIC, LLP is an internationally renowned Canadian multidisciplinary firm of professionals including lawyers, scientists and engineers specializing in Intellectual Property and Business Law. We provide dynamic and entrepreneurial representation to clients in executing business transactions and managing all aspects of their intellectual capital.

  • Femtum inc.

    Femtum inc.

    Delegated representative : Simon Duval

    Business types : SME (no more than 250 employees)

    Application areas : Manufacturing/Automation, Environment, Laser/Method, Medical/Life science

    Femtum is a new high-tech company that develops novel fiber laser solutions in the mid-infrared spectral region. Femtum aims to democratize these lasers for high added value applications in the fields of research and development, health and environment.

  • ABB INC.

    ABB INC.

    Delegated representative : MARC CORRIVEAU

    Business types : Large business (more than 250 employees)

    Application areas : Manufacturing/Automation, Aviation/Aerospace, Environment, Medical/Life science

    To come

  • Laserax Inc

    Laserax Inc

    Delegated representative : Xavier Pruneau-Godmaire

    Business types : SME (no more than 250 employees)

    Application areas :

    Building upon our competencies of operational excellence, LASERAX manufactures since 2010 the most complete industrial laser solution on the market, helping our customers to increase performance, productivity and reliability to sustain profitable growth. With our expertise and laser knowledge developed over many major projects, our focus is on our customers and their needs. You find the application, we’ll find the way.

  • Optech

    Optech

    Delegated representative : Denis Lafrance

    Business types : Nonprofit organization (NPO)

    Application areas : Manufacturing/Automation, Aviation/Aerospace, Energy, Environment, Laser/Method, Medical/Life science, Agriculture

    Optech is a college centre for technology transfer in optics/photonics specializing in optical fibres and sensors, imaging and illumination, metrology and microsystems. We help companies innovate through applied research, product development and our specialized services. We have the team and the resources to help you develop your products and processes. We work as project supervisors for integrated projects – from design to prototyping to testing – as well as on specific steps or sub-systems of a larger project or product. Our research projects are structured in collaboration with private companies. Our team has wide-ranging experience in applied research in an industrial setting. We define our projects to meet your needs and adapt to the challenges related to development and technology transfer for businesses. With our equipment inventory, we can help you meet your specific needs in laboratory services. These services include fast prototyping, 3D digitization, photometric characterizations, fibre optic packaging, thin film deposition and specialized cameras.

  • GiGa Concept Inc

    GiGa Concept Inc

    Delegated representative : Eric Girard

    Business types : SME (no more than 250 employees)

    Application areas : Manufacturing/Automation

    GiGa Concept is expanding the application possibilities of their achromatic patented polarization controllers and mode scramblers to use any type of optical fibers and primary coatings per user specifications, including acrylate, polyimide and Ormocer to closely match user applications. Any waveguide is compatible with our AnyWave Fiberbench products. Polarization control units are possible with SiO2 SM fiber for 400 nm to over 2100 nm operation with many wavelengths from stock; Zblan InF3, Chalcogenide and other fibers expand the operating wavelength to over 6 um infrared. Mode scrambling units are available with SiO2 MM fiber core sizes 50 um to 2500 um and larger with many from stock; Zblan, InF3, Chalcogenide and other fibers expand the operating wavelength from UV to visible, to over 6 um infrared. Non circular core and other customer specific fibers can be used, including hollow core, large NA, exotic doped fibers, etc.

  • Telops

    Telops

    Delegated representative : Jean Giroux

    Business types : SME (no more than 250 employees)

    Application areas : Aviation/Aerospace, Energy, Environment, Laser/Method, Security/Defence

    Located in Quebec City, Canada, Telops designs and manufactures high-performance hyperspectral imaging systems and infrared cameras for defence, industrial, and academic research applications. Telops also offers R&D services for optical systems technology development in order to respond to the specific needs of its customers. Since its beginnings in 2000, Telops has distinguished itself with the quality of its personnel and its innovative approach to the technological challenges of the optics and photonics field. Today, the expertise of its scientists, engineers and technicians and the performance of its infrared cameras and hyperspectral imagers are internationally recognized. While being headquartered in Canada, Telops caters to an international market using an efficient network of distribution and representation.

  • NOVO Électronique

    NOVO Électronique

    Delegated representative : Yves Lemire

    Business types : SME (no more than 250 employees)

    Application areas : Medical/Life science, Transport

    High-tech products design and development company

  • Conseil national de recherches Canada

    Conseil national de recherches Canada

    Delegated representative : Michel Arsenault

    Business types : Government ministry or body (federal, provincial, municipal)

    Application areas : N/A

    The National Research Council-Industrial Research Assistance Program (NRC-IRAP) is Canada's premier innovation assistance program for small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs). It is a vital component of the NRC, a cornerstone in Canada's innovation system, regarded world-wide as one of the best programs of its kind.

  • Prompt

    Prompt

    Delegated representative : Jinny Plourde

    Business types : Nonprofit organization (NPO)

    Application areas : Other

    Prompt supports the creation of partnerships and the setting up of industrial-institutional applied R & D projects for all ICT sectors.

  • Photon Etc. Inc.

    Photon Etc. Inc.

    Delegated representative : Sébastien Blais-Ouellette

    Business types : SME (no more than 250 employees)

    Application areas : Manufacturing/Automation, Medical/Life science, Other

    Photon etc. offers state-of-the-art optical analysis solutions. Its filtering patented technology based on Bragg gratings is dominantly used in its hyperspectral imaging platforms and to create widely tunable filters covering both the visible and near-infrared spectral range. From solar cells to live cells, its fast hyperspectral imaging systems provide solutions to the most challenging industrials problems, and give researchers access to the latest innovations in optical and photonic instrumentation. In addition to its recognized hyperspectral microscopy and wide-field systems, Photon etc. has developed unique near infrared cameras specifically adapted to industrial applications. As pioneers in hyperspectral imaging and filtering, Photon etc. is driven by its clients’ desires to surpass limitations in measurement and analysis.

  • AMEC Usinage inc

    AMEC Usinage inc

    Delegated representative : Genevieve Paré

    Business types : SME (no more than 250 employees)

    Application areas : Manufacturing/Automation

    AMEC Machining is a machining workshop specialized in the manufacture and assembly of small and medium parts in the field of optics/photonics since 1995. AMEC provides all its customers with impeccable quality, competitive delivery times and personalized service.

  • Excelitas Canada Inc.

    Excelitas Canada Inc.

    Delegated representative : Eric Desfonds

    Business types : Large business (more than 250 employees)

    Application areas : Manufacturing/Automation, Aviation/Aerospace, Energy, Laser/Method, Medical/Life science, Security/Defence, Other

    Excelitas Technologies provides innovative, customized optoelectronics and advanced electronic systems to a global customer base of leading OEMs seeking high-performance, market-driven technology solutions. We are committed to enabling our OEM customers’ success in their markets and applications.

  • Ministère de l'Économie et de l'Innovation - Québec

    Ministère de l'Économie et de l'Innovation - Québec

    Delegated representative : Luc Paradis

    Business types : Government ministry or body (federal, provincial, municipal)

    Application areas : N/A

    Le Ministère a pour mission de soutenir la croissance des entreprises, l'entrepreneuriat, la science, l'innovation ainsi que l'exportation et l'investissement. Il coordonne l'élaboration et la mise en oeuvre de la stratégie numérique. Il conseille également le gouvernement en vue de favoriser le développement économique de toutes les régions du Québec, et ce, dans une perspective : de création d'emplois; de prospérité économique; de développement durable.

  • BOXIN Photoelectric Co., LTD

    BOXIN Photoelectric Co., LTD

    Delegated representative : Cherry Lee

    Business types : SME (no more than 250 employees)

    Application areas : Manufacturing/Automation

    Boxin Photoelectric is the leading manufacturer in optical products for industrial, medical, scientific and mechanical equipment applications since 2001. Boxin Photoelectric is reputable for our high standards of large optical lenses and optical components, including but not limited to Aspherical, Cylindrical (measured by CGH), Spherical toroidal lenses, Plano, Prisms, Mirrors, Windows, Cemented lenses and Filters which our optics can achieve a max of 1000mm. Our products are made of optical glass and crystal materials, such as BK7, Borofloat, fused silica, CaF2, BaF2, Ge, ZnSe, Si, ZnS, etc. Boxin Photoelectric provides all kinds of coating services from UV-FIR to IR camera lens, industrial camera lens and all of the products correspond to ISO9001,2000 management system. In addition, we can also measure the quality of the products using the high-precision device.