MicroPilot Finalist for Canadian Information Productivity Awards (CIPA)
November 19, 2003
MicroPilot was named a 2003 finalist for the Canadian Information Productivity Awards (CIPA). For the last 11 years the CIPA program has established a position as the premier Information Technology and Innovation awards program in Canada. A CIPA award is centered on excellence and celebrates the impressive ability of Canadians and Canadian organizations.
Last night at a Gala Dinner held in Toronto, CIPA announced the 13 winners of 2003 awards to over 800 executives in attendance. Winners of 2003 CIPA awards represent the very best in Canadian business.
Howard Loewen, President of MicroPilot who was in attendance stated:
"It was a tremendous evening showcasing Canadian ingenuity. It was an honour to be nominated for a CIPA award. Congratulations to the winners and other finalists. "
In conclusion, MicroPilot would like to thank Cap Gemini Ernst & Young who are the managing sponsor of the CIPA awards, along with sponsors Hewlett-Packard Canada, Microsoft Canada, Sharp Electronics of Canada, Desjardin Group, IT World Canada, Rogers Communications, IDC Canada, SAP Canada and Cisco Systems Canada.
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Started in 1994, with 1000 clients in over 85 countries, MicroPilot is the world leader in professional autopilots for UAVs and MAVs. MicroPilot is an ISO 9001 autopilot manufacturer to bring to market an ISO 9001 sub 30 gram autopilot, triple redundant autopilot, and full-function general purpose autopilot. MicroPilot offers a family of lightweight UAV autopilots that can fly fixed-wing, transitional, helicopter, and Multirotor UAVs. MicroPilot also provides complementary products such as the XTENDERmp SDK, and trueHWIL2.