Windsor, Ont.-based company leaves investors with a Big Decision
Radix to unveil monitoring system for the manufacturing industry at product launch filmed for TV
Toronto—Pizza mogul and TV personality Jim Treliving has Big plans for a Windsor, Ont.-based company.
Treliving and the CBC will be filming a product launch for television’s The Big Decision, where inventor Ross Rawlings will launch the Radix Tool Tracker, a monitoring system for the manufacturing industry.
According to Radix, the vision-based camera system is guided by cameras that monitor and report errors made in the manufacturing process.
Tool Tracker is approved for use by Ford Motor Co., according to Radix, and will be unveiled later this month.
Rawlings, who is appearing on the CBC show, is a tech inventor who has pioneered a tracking system for the manufacturing sector.
His inventions and solutions technology are used by some of the biggest companies in the world like General Motors, Toyota and John Deere.
But a tough economy and a lack of funding has put his big dreams on hold.
The Big Decision, featuring Treliving and Arlene Dickinson, gives struggling Canadian companies a chance to prove their worth and turn their chances around.
Founded in 1994, Radix specializes in advanced technology solutions for industrial applications and automation.