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The Ambassador, Deirdre Kent, paid a visit to Moss, Norway, where the current production facility of our humanoid robot EVE is located. The Ambassador had the pleasure of controlling EVE’s movements through VR and enjoyed an office tour around our production and manufacturing area.
“It is super exciting to see everything that is going on here at Halodi and the role Canada already is playing so early on. This type of connection is based on some of the best Canada has to offer in terms of talent and an amazingly dynamic city like Montreal, combined with our preferential access to the large US market. I believe this is the start of a beautiful and mutually beneficial relationship. I would love to see EVE play hockey one day, that will make her unequivocally Canadian!” the Ambassador said.
With the accelerating growth of Halodi Robotics, many positions are opening at our Montreal headquarters, creating new job opportunities in robotics, software, AI, and engineering. In addition, as demand for humanoid robots grows, scaling production outside of Norway may create additional new opportunities in Canada. During the visit, our CTO and the Ambassador had a brief conversation on building a strong basis for moving the Canadian-Halodi ties forward.
"Montreal is the ideal location for the next phase of Halodi's growth. It's a hotspot for highly skilled talent, Canada’s largest center of university research, strategically located in northeastern North America, home to the largest concentration of high-tech jobs in Canada, and Montréal is known for its cosmopolitan atmosphere and quality of life." Nicholas Nadeau, CTO of Halodi Robotics, said.
The Ambassador of Canada to Norway was introduced to the team behind our Humanoid Robot and given a tour around our production facility that now employs 50 people in engineering and robotics.