• In light of current events, please contact the trade consultant for the most up-to-date information about this mission. To showcase Ontario’s R and D in unmanned and autonomous systems and get exposure to buyers from some 20 different industries, the Ontario government will lead an export business mission of Ontario aerospace companies to participate in AUVSI XPONENTIAL 2020.    Held annually in a different location in the U.S., AUVSI XPONENTIAL that attracts more than 8,500 technologists, users and regulators of unmanned and autonomous systems from all over the globe.
    Sector: Aerospace
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  • Ontario is at the forefront of intelligent transportation. With the second largest IT cluster in North America, and an extensive history of automotive manufacturing, Ontario is poised to lead the autonomous car revolution. We have one of the richest concentrations of auto-related resources anywhere in the world with some of the lowest operational costs. Over 700 automotive parts manufacturers, 500+ tool, die and mould makers, and over 100,000 employees call Ontario home. 
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  • Ontario is a place where bold ideas come to life, tackling some of the biggest challenges the world has ever seen. It is a premier destination for life sciences with a unique and collaborative innovation ecosystem where highly skilled workers perform cutting edge research and development. With the lowest business costs in the G7, Ontario has what it takes for life sciences companies to grow and prosper.
    Market region: Europe
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    Contact: Patrick Barry
  • Ontario is a place where you will find a highly educated and talented workforce, lower labour costs, and a broad ecosystem for innovation and R&D. World leaders in big data and cloud computing, data centres, microelectronics, digital media, security encryption, mobile gaming, mobile payments, wireless, telecom and networks and seven of the 10 largest tech companies in the world conduct R&D in Ontario. If Ontario’s ICT sector were its own country, its economy would be bigger than roughly half of the countries around the globe.
    Market region: Europe
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  • Ontario is a place where bold ideas come to life, tackling some of the biggest challenges the world has ever seen. It is a premier destination for life sciences with a unique and collaborative innovation ecosystem where highly skilled workers perform cutting edge research and development. With the lowest business costs in the G7, Ontario has what it takes for life sciences companies to grow and prosper.
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  • In light of current events, please contact the trade consultant for the most up-to-date information about this mission.  To showcase Ontario’s capabilities in ICT, the Ontario government will lead an export business mission of Ontario ICT companies to participate in  ConnecTechAsia 2020.
    Market region: Asia and Australasia
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    Contact: Eve Rotstein
  • Ontario’s cleantech companies are helping organizations and communities around the world implement effective, efficient solutions to tough environmental challenges. Worth nearly $20B in annual revenues and $1B in exports, Ontario’s cleantech industry is at the forefront of sustainable development. Every year more than $14B is spent in Ontario on industrial, university-based, and private sector research. If you are looking for R&D incentives and government programs, Ontario offers one of the best incentive packages in the world.
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    Contact: Lindsay Patel
  • Ontario is a place where you will find a highly educated and talented workforce, lower labour costs, and a broad ecosystem for innovation and R&D. World leaders in big data and cloud computing, data centres, microelectronics, digital media, security encryption, mobile gaming, mobile payments, wireless, telecom and networks and seven of the 10 largest tech companies in the world conduct R&D in Ontario. If Ontario’s ICT sector were its own country, its economy would be bigger than roughly half of the countries around the globe.
    Market region: India
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    Contact: Fawzia Sheikh
  • The rapid growth of green energy has inspired Ontario entrepreneurs and researchers to develop disruptive technologies for utilities and consumers alike. Ontario has implemented the largest smart meter rollout in North America, with over 4.8 million meters installed and was the first jurisdiction in the world to institute mandatory time of use pricing. Ontario’s smart grid innovators are also tapping into the information technology expertise in their backyard. Ontario is home to the second-largest IT cluster in North America.
    Market region: Asia and Australasia
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    Contact: Wenbo Pan
  • In light of current events, please contact the trade consultant for the most up-to-date information about this mission. 
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