A small Windsor tech company is swimming with the big fish in a multimillion-dollar global race to develop new and better ways of exploring the ocean’s floor.
"When famers are looking for precision agriculture services they are looking for experience and technical know-how to guide them in the right direction and enhance their crop yields. My role in the drone industry with ENVD requires me to work at a highly technical level." - Ryan Cant
Two homegrown start-up companies each received $3,000 courtesy of WEtech Alliance through the latest round of WINnovation Fund grants.
ENVIRODRONE used this grant towards a campaign to conserve Sea Turtles along their migratory pathways with the use of drones – by working with Kashmir World Foundation decreasing bycatch, protecting critical nesting beaches, and raising awareness. ENVIRODRONE is committed to stop the decline of sea turtles and work for the recovery of the species.
Windsor Essex Small Business centre presented ENVIRODRONE with a $5,000 grant to support the company during its early stages and drive business development related actives forward.
The LibroStartUP Accelerator chose six (6) local startups to be apart of the 2017 cohort. WEtech Alliance presented ENVIRODRONE with a $5,000 grant to support the company during its early stages and drive business development related actives forward.
Five (5) homegrown start-up companies each received $5,000 courtesy of the Cross-Boarder Institute through the latest round of grants. ENVIRODRONE strengthen it market potential and expand into the United States of America.