Montréal’s Beta Technologies Creates a Satellite Office

Montréal’s Beta Technologies Creates a Satellite Office

Last week, the South Burlington-based startup Beta Technologies announced the opening of a branch in Montréal.

Beta hired at least 50 people who would work in structural engineering and materials processing from the talent pool of the aerospace cluster.

One of the greatest aerospace sectors in the world, with almost 60,000 workers across hundreds of businesses, is located in Montréal.

Kyle Clark, the founder and CEO of Beta, stated in a statement that the city of Québec had been included in the company’s long-term strategy. As we expand, “We look forward to continuing to tap into the depth of experience and talent in the region,” he said. “We have already added a highly experienced team to our ranks in Montreal.

One of several well-funded businesses attempting to commercialize electric aircraft is Beta. Its prototype, Alia, is made to transport cargo or a number of passengers across distances of 200 miles. Late last year, the aircraft completed a lengthier, round-trip journey from Louisville, Ky., to Beta’s testing facility in Plattsburgh, New York, using a network of charging pads.

The business started construction on a manufacturing complex at Burlington International Airport last year. Also, it intends to test batteries in a St. Albans industrial facility.

Beta presently has more than 450 employees thanks to an increase in venture money that was unheard of for a firm in Vermont.

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