CrossWing® Inc. is a Toronto-area based privately held Canadian corporation. The company was founded in 2006 with the goal to produce an entirely autonomous robotic platform that can serve to benefit consumers, businesses, and national defence.
Our mission is to revolutionize AI & data-driven decision making, immersive communication experiences, and human-robot interaction through delivering robust technology advisory and outstanding interactive robots which affordably enhance our clients’ insights, security, customer experience, and bottom line.
CrossWing operates a dedicated R&D lab developing innovative intellectual property, enabling mass market Interactive Personal Robotics (IPR) systems in fields including telepresence, security and health monitoring. Breakthrough designs at every key subsystem are necessary for success and we actively leverage university talent pools in areas including man-machine interface design, mechatronics, computer vision, and autonomous systems encompassing artificial intelligence.
CrossWing’s robotic’s division has several leading industry research partners across Canada including 8 Universities, Natural Science and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC), Ontario Centres of Excellence, and many others.
Responsible for CrossWing’s day-to-day operations, including management, hardware, and software. Daniel was a crucial contributor in the design and engineering of the CrossWing Nav2 platform and the robot variants built on it (virtualME, Bishop, Cleanbot, etc.). Being an entrepreneur before graduating high school, he has gained vast experience in startups ranging from AI to fintech. He also has experience in financial planning and marketing. Daniel is further responsible for the production and support of functional prototype and demonstration robots deployed in the field. He has also conducted on-site demonstrations of virtualME in Canada, Europe and the USA for major organizations in markets including pharmacy, banking, and retail.
Technical R&D Specialist
Robotics technician, studying Aviation operations.