Come in. Take a look around.
Everywhere you look at Brican Technologies, you’ll see it: Professionals, working with state-of-the-art tools on state-of-the-art solutions. When it comes to industrial manufacturing, that’s what we do – whether the job is programming a new CNC machine for a new task or designing an entirely new assembly line.
Since its inception in 1991, Brican has worked hard to develop an enviable reputation; one built on innovative solutions, reliability, safety and value. It’s something of the mantra of Brian McLuckie, a lifelong builder and problem-solver who built this company. For McLuckie, customizing a solution is all about understanding the needs of each individual customer.
“We get to understand the technical requirements of a process, then start to develop process flow,” says McLuckie.
As any successful manufacturer knows, the large-scale production or fabrication of products requires that flow. It is here where McLuckie and his team excel. With on-site mechanical and electrical engineers, CNC programmers/operators, an aerospace engineer and many others, Brican offers an integrated solution to whatever complex job comes its way.
A division of the company, Brican Flight Systems, is also at the cutting edge of Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS), with its impeccably-built TD100 aircraft. Offering extended range and large payload capacity, the TD100 is up to whatever the task demands – ranging from high-resolution mapping to maritime search-and-rescue. The Canadian Navy is currently assessing the TD100 for its potential use in detecting submarines.
Brican offers custom-built versions of the TD100 tailored to a client’s specific data acquisition needs, and also flies mission-specific flights nationally and globally. With Applanix and other partners, we can produce everything from high-resolution mapping to hydrocarbon detection.