Enceladus Imaging presents at the Impact Centre Techno Showcase in the MaRS Atrium

Enceladus Imaging Inc. participated in the Techno Showcase from Impact Centre’s elite entrepreneurship training program on November 5 2014. Over three thousand people walked through the day-long event, hosted in MaRS, one of the world’s largest innovation hubs, a 1.5-million-square-foot complex located in Canada’s largest research cluster in downtown Toronto.

Below: Iliya Sigal, VP Product Development at Enceladus Imaging, prepares to speak about the company.

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Cynthia Goh, Director of the Impact Centre.

Cynthia Goh, Director of the Impact Centre addresses the audience for the opening remarks.

Scott Mabury, Vice-President University Operations at the University of Toronto.

Scott Mabury, Vice-President University Operations at the University of Toronto, addresses the audience.

Tim Jackson, Lead Executive of MaRS, addresses the audience.

Tim Jackson, Lead Executive of MaRS, welcomes everyone to MaRS, one of the largest innovation hubs.

Richard McAloney, Director, Technology Management & Entrepreneurship at the Impact Centre.

Richard McAloney, Director, Technology Management & Entrepreneurship at the Impact Centre.

Enceladus Imaging co-founders greeted participants as they walked towards the show.

Enceladus Imaging co-founders, greeted participants as they walked towards the show.

The crowd listening to opening remarks for the 2014 Techno Showcase.

The crowd listening to opening remarks for the 2014 Impact Centre Techno Showcase, located in the MaRS Atrium.

Live demos were accompanied by streaming welding videos.

Live demos were accompanied by streaming welding videos.

The Enceladus Imaging booth at the Techno Showcase at MaRS.

The Enceladus Imaging booth at the Techno Showcase at MaRS.

Created in 2010, Techno is the Impact Centre’s elite entrepreneurship training program for scientists and engineers who are serious about building technology-based companies. Entrepreneurs trained at the Impact Centre add value to society by commercializing ideas that create jobs, help clean the environment, diagnose diseases and improve the quality of life in Canada and around the globe – all done through knowledge and ideas rooted in the physical sciences and engineering…
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