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We do sustainable business. We build relationships on trust, results and respect. Point Laz is here for the long run.
Our employee team trusts us, strives for success, works hard, are extremely effective, brilliant & loyal. They are the reason for our success.
B.Eng Mining Engineering. C++, Mobile Scanning & Surfing Passionate. Developed his mine shaft expertise in salt mines.
When not developing state-of-the-art equipment, he produces maple syrup of legendary quality.
B.Eng Electrical Engineering. All around a big water guy. Just like Thor, harnesses the power of electricity to achieve precise designs.
B.Ing Software Engineering (Ongoing). He gobbles up the most intense ski lines as he codes the most efficient C++/Python lines.
M.Sc.Eng B.Eng Robotic Engineering. Automation and robotic passion. ROS master
She manages everything from the human side of things, from recruitment to gatherings.
B.Ing Computer Science. Fullstack developer in charge of DevOps and user interface.
WSP offers unparalleled international expertise in tunneling. They were the first company to use our technology, helped create impressive renderings and provided mine shaft data to refine our algorithms.
Agnico Eagle is building a high-growth, high-caliber, low-risk, sustainable gold mining business. It is a forerunner in the integration of our solutions and has done several proofs of concept with our technologies.
Centech propels high-potential technological innovation projects stemming from science and engineering by providing entrepreneurs with an ecosystem of resources, tools and contacts to support them in their growth.
Powered by INO, Quantino is a high-tech incubator, particularly in optics, photonics, hardware and medical and quantum technologies, located in Quebec City.
48th North International is a non-profit organization whose mission is to be the catalyst for the growth of foreign trade activities in Abitibi-Témiscamingue
Centre of excellence in mining innovation
"Point Laz's technology really has the potential to revolutionize the way mine shaft inspections are thought of."'