Bluewrist provides 3D-vision-based robotics platforms for automated quality control systems and advanced guidance systems in the automotive sector. It is deploying its solutions around the world to components manufacturers and OEMs, including licensing its proprietary software through a new subsidiary Unblink3D.
Bluewrist platforms use 3D vision and AI to look for defects in welds, surfaces, connectors and fasteners that, if left undetected, could lead to critical safety issues and costly recalls. Vision-based robotic guidance solutions also automate many dangerous and repetitive tasks and help improve factory productivity and output.
“Our technology is leading class and field tested,” said CEO Najah Ayadi.
The company was founded in 2006 and has been in Markham for 12 years. Ayadi says moving to Markham was an easy decision.
“Markham is the innovation capital of Canada. It’s the Silicon Valley of Canada,” he said. “It’s also a great place to work, to live, to have fun and to play.”
Most of Bluewrist’s 50 employees live in the city, which has great connectivity to the region, offers a highly skilled workforce and is home to a strong automotive technology sector, he says.
“We have found many businesses in Markham that want to partner with us.”
Bluewrist has been recognized for four straight years as one of Canada’s Top Growing Companies, achieving three-year revenue growth of 142 per cent.
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