ESI Canada was established in 1982. Through academic research, product development and comprehensive industrial development, Engineering Technology Services Limited (ESI) demonstrated the fresh and dynamic development through advanced technology. Over the years, the company has become a world-renowned robot development agency, not only focusing on global robotics, automation and mechatronics, but also integrating cutting-edge technologies such as artificial intelligence, automatic navigation and computer vision to provide customers with effective solutions across multiple platforms Program. We focus on professionalism to attract senior technical experts, the most innovative and comprehensive solution seen from the concept of the project market, our project must have the potential to solve many challenges, from simplifying the production process while improving the safety of workers and building intelligence Interface system tasks to increase employee productivity. ESI realizes its own value through the realization of industry services and customer needs.
The ESI community demonstrates our shared values to build a better technology ecosystem.
– Passionate team members
– Absolute integrity and respect
-continue to innovate
– Collaboration and support
– Unlimited possibilities
(Dr. Andrew A. Goldenberg)
Executive Director ｜ CTO ｜
Dr. Andrew Gordonberg is currently the ESI CTO. He is the founder of the Department of Robotics at the University of Toronto, Canada, a life-long honorary professor at the University of Toronto, a member of the five major engineering academies in North America. Inter-faculty professor.
As early as 1975, Dr. Andrew Gordonberg was the head of the first generation robotic arm control system of the Canadian Space Agency space station, and participated in the development of the first space shuttle remote robotic arm system in human history-SRMS (also known as "Canada Arm "—CANADARM), and developed the remote controller of the interstellar space station manipulator based on this manipulator. This project is an important part of the NASA space manned spacecraft research project (STS). Dr. Andrew Gordonberg has published a large number of books, personally applied for 48 patents, chaired and participated in the preparation of 12 monographs, and cited more than 3300 papers in 253 peer-reviewed publications. Dr. Andrew Gordonberg has made great contributions to the technical development of robots in the world, and trained a large number of outstanding talents in the field of automation control. His nearly 40 years of rich practical experience in the field of robotics and cross-professional technical uniqueness have made The industry looks up.
Dr. Andrew A. Goldenberg
ESI Executive Director | CTO |
-Lifetime Fellow of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE)
-Member of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME)
-Fellow of the Canadian Academy of Engineering Sciences (CAE)
-Fellow of the Canadian Institute of Engineering (EIC)
-Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
-2016 IEEE Canada AGL McNaughton Gold Award Winner
-Winner of the EIC John F. Kennedy Medal in 2013, awarded with the title of "Excellence in Engineering"
-Winner of the Professional Engineer and Entrepreneur Award, Ontario, Canada, 2010
-Member of the Professional Engineers Association of Ontario, Canada (PEng)
-CEng, Ontario, Canada
-Lifetime Honorary Professor, University of Toronto
-Distinguished Editor of IEEE Robotics and Automatic Chemistry Journal