Big things are happening here at Arrowonics!
As a Toronto-based company that’s made strides in the realms of art and entertainment technology, no downtown area seems quite as alluring to fly over as the lakeshore. With Billy Bishop Airport only a stone’s throw (or a drone’s flight) away, this seemed like dream we couldn’t realize – until now. Transport Canada and Billy Bishop have granted us permission to fly at Ontario Place anytime after 11 p.m., at the water’s edge. With this very exciting news, we would like to cordially invite you to join us at any (or all) of the FOUR shows we have planned at the free Ontario Place events occurring each long weekend of the summer.
The dates are as follows:
- Victoria Day Long Weekend: Saturday, May 20 @ 11 p.m., weather permitting (May 21 as a backup)
- Canada Day Long Weekend: Saturday, July 1 @ 11 p.m., weather permitting (July 2 as a backup)
- August Civic Holiday: Saturday, August 5 @ 11 p.m., weather permitting (August 6 as a backup)
- Labour Day Weekend: Saturday, September 2 @ 11 p.m., weather permitting (September 3 as a backup)
For more info about the event, click here.
Our Director Giving Input to the House of Commons
Professor Hugh Liu was invited to appear before the Standing Committee of Transportation, Infrastructure and Communities (TRAN), House of Commons, on “Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) Regulations”. Professor, as an individual witness, gave his input on UAV research and development in Canada.
TV Spot on Discovery Channel's Daily Planet
Anyone else a huge Daily Planet fan growing up?? We had the pleasure of shooting a TV spot with one of Daily Planet's hosts, the fabulous Ziya Tong, as part of their High Tech Toys Week.
Highlight Video of our Lassonde Debate Show
We were recently the surprise finale to a debate at the Lassonde School of Engineering on the York University campus. The theme of the debate was, 'Is technology making us more human?'. Chess grandmaster Garry Kasporov was one of the debaters and he thinks so. What side of the debate would you be on?
Arrowonics achieves BIG milestone in Canadian UAV history
Arrowonics was the FIRST and ONLY in Canada to be approved for, and to successfully fly, a multi-UAV performance in front of an audience. The flight was performed for the Americas Competitiveness Exchange at The University of Toronto downtown campus.
Arrowonics featured on Bloomberg Canada
Bloomberg North TV hosts Tony Lacavera and Amber Mac introduce a segment by Michael Bancroft titled 'Could drones be the future of fireworks' featuring an interview and demo flight.
Arrowonics founder awarded University of Toronto’s 2015 Inventors of the Year
The spirit of innovation and invention at U of T soared on May 7, when the University paid tribute to researchers and students who have made their mark with a host of technologies and successful start-up companies...
Arrowonics founder awarded $1.65 million to develop a training program in collaboration with Canadian aerospace companies to prepare graduate students for jobs in the UAV technology sector
More Canadian university graduates will have the job-ready skills required to hit the ground running in new emerging industries with civilian drone aviation through a new investment by the Government of Canada...
The word ‘drone’ often conjures up invasive images of military aircraft, but if Professor Hugh Liu of the University of Toronto Institute for Aerospace Studies (UTIAS) has his way, that perception is about to change...
Arrowonics founder quoted in a Gizmodo article on the misconceptions of drones
They’re robots. They fly. They’re watching you. And they’re increasingly found everywhere: Yup, they’re drones. You may think you know exactly what they are and what they do. You don’t...
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CCAA devotes to building cross-border eco-system for Canadian early-stage innovative companies to embrace today’s largest and fastest growing market in the world.