Roughly 248 million kilometres away on the dusty, barren surface of Mars, Canadian technology is thriving.

There, far from the high-profile difficulties of Research In Motion Ltd., a car-sized rover called Curiosity will soon be rolling safely through the giant Gale crater with the help of hazard-avoidance cameras carrying advanced image sensors built by Teledyne Dalsa, which is headquartered in RIM’s hometown of Waterloo, Ont.  Read more at The Globe and Mail.

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