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Welcome new OSC team members

Canada’s Ocean Supercluster is pleased to welcome Shuyi Du, Danielle Babstock, Rupinder Kaur, Maria Power, and Seun Daini to the organization. Shuyi Du joins the Finance Team as Corporate Accountant, where she will support OSC’s day-to-day finance operations, month-end processes, and financial analysis and reporting. Before coming into her role as Corporate Accountant, Shuyi supported

Our Oceans are Worthy of the Eagle’s View

By Donna Augustine & Kendra MacDonald  To make a decision with “an eagle’s view” is to consider what impacts it will bring for the next seven generations. How we approach the health and productivity of our oceans will require such consideration, and is worthy of the eagle’s view. There are complex challenges ahead for Canada as

Ocean Supercluster Announces Call to Fill Innovation Ecosystem Gaps in Ocean Economy

Ocean Supercluster Announces Call to Fill Innovation Ecosystem Gaps in Ocean Economy (June 30, 2021) – Canada’s Ocean Supercluster (OSC) has launched a Canada-wide Call for Proposals under its new Ocean Leaders Impact Program (OLIP). The program focuses on developing new mentorship opportunities and building on the experienced talent pool in Canada’s ocean economy. The

Ocean Supercluster announces $1.8M Marine Safety Training Online Project

Project to accelerate mixed-reality training development and access to safety training for marine sectors Today, Canada’s Ocean Supercluster announced four new projects with a total value of over $3.5 million including the MST (Marine Safety Training) Online Project. This Newfoundland and Labrador-led project will accelerate mixed-reality safety training development to offer faster and more accessible

Ocean Supercluster announces BridgeVUE Project

Leveraging Augmented Reality for safer, more efficient marine navigation Today, Canada’s Ocean Supercluster announced four new projects with a total value of over $3.5 million including the BridgeVUE Project. This Newfoundland and Labrador-led project will bring together industry and academia to leverage emerging technologies for safer and more efficient marine navigation. BridgeVUE is a made-in-Canada

Canada’s Ocean Supercluster announces Real-time Bubble Diffuser Aeration Entrainment Monitor Project

Real-time monitoring for bubble systems in aquaculture fish farms On June 10, Canada’s Ocean Supercluster announced four new projects with a total value of over $3.5 million, including the Real-time Bubble Diffuser Aeration Entrainment Monitor Project. This BC-led project will develop a real-time entrainment monitoring system for aquaculture fish farms in complex coastal ocean environments.

Ocean Supercluster announces mixed reality HydroSpark Project

The HypdroSpark project will secure ocean’s data visualization and collaboration solution to support training, mission planning, and operations in ocean, defence and other marine industries On June 10, Canada’s Ocean Supercluster announced four new projects with a total value of over $3.5 million, including the HydroSpark project. This New Brunswick led project will focus on

Canada’s Ocean Supercluster partners with MIT Technology Review on Blue Technology Barometer

Research initiative to focus on how coastal economies, ocean solutions, and investment in innovation are supporting a sustainable blue future in countries around the world June 8, 2021 – Today, Canada’s Ocean Supercluster announced its partnership with the MIT Technology Review Insights on the Blue Technology Barometer. The global index will examine advancing technology and

Ocean Supercluster announces the Unmanned Digital Twinning Project

One of four Ocean Supercluster projects announced today Today, Canada’s Ocean Supercluster announced four new projects with a total value of almost $11 million including the Unmanned Digital Twinning project. This Atlantic Canada-led project will develop an innovative product for digital twinning of underwater infrastructures, without the need for external specialists working in remote offshore

Canada’s Ocean Supercluster announces Split PM Hybrid Propulsion Motor Project

One of four Ocean Supercluster projects announced today Today, Canada’s Ocean Supercluster announced four new projects with a total value of almost $11 million including the Split PM Hybrid Propulsion Motor Project. This Newfoundland and Labrador and PEI-led project will develop a hybrid diesel-electric system to make the hybridization of existing vessels worldwide a financially