Tyto Robotics receives government marketing funding
Tyto Robotics of Gatineau, QC has received $220,000 in funding from the governments of Canada and Quebec to conduct marketing initiatives in Canada, the US and Europe. These activities will promote the company's instrumentation systems that test the motors of drones and other remote-controlled objects. The company will use the money to hire a marketing resource, attend trade shows, conduct advertising and promotional activities, join relevant associations and have its products certified.
The funding is being provided by Canada Economic Development for Quebec Regions, the National Research Council of Canada's Industrial Research Assistance Program and the Programme Exportation of the Ministère de l'Économie, de la Science et de l'Innovation.
"The support has allowed us to meet with new foreign clients and attend our industry's most important trade shows," said Charles Blouin, president of Tyto Robotics. "Thanks to this assistance, we stand a good chance of becoming the leader in test equipment for autonomous aerial vehicles."