Dot Technology Corp. has established an Alberta subsidiary, Dot Intelligence Inc., based out of the Alberta Machinery Intelligence Institute in Edmonton.
The goal in establishing this subsidiary is to focus on the development of leading-edge technologies and enhance adoption of the Dot robotic system for use in autonomous farming.
The Alberta-based team will focus on computer vision, machine learning optimization, and intelligent navigation.
“This is a clear signal that we are committed to providing broad-acre farmers with the safest, most cost effective, and most efficient autonomous robotic system available in the world,” said CEO Robert Saik. “It also shows our commitment to driving Canadian agricultural innovation across the globe.”
By the end of 2021, Dot Intelligence Inc. plans to add to the team members that have moved from Regina to Edmonton with approximately 20 new hires.
Cory Beaujot, managing director of marketing, sales, and communication at Seedmaster Manufacturing and Dot Technology Corp., is a panelist at the autonomous farming session at the fall convention and will also speak at the Tillage Council meeting.
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