Integrated Operations and Real-Time Analytics Project

Led from Newfoundland and Labrador and Nova Scotia, the almost $27 million project will bridge gaps between land, sea-based, and processing operations that exist in the aquaculture industry today by providing real-time information, analytics and environmental connectivity to improve overall operations. Through its development, the project will create 138 new jobs, including 20 at project implementation.

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CORVUS – Field Validation of Energy Storage System Project

Field Validation of Energy Storage System Project will introduce a novel battery-based Energy Storage Systems (ESS) suited to larger marine vessels to achieve significant greenhouse gas (GHG) reductions in Canada and worldwide. Additionally, the project will benefit Canadians by creating 23 jobs with the potential for 115 indirect jobs and new economic activity, helping grow the ocean economy in a digital, sustainable, and inclusive way.

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RBR Advancing Smart Integrated Ocean Sensors

This Ontario-led project brings together SMEs, academia, government, and other partners in ocean innovation to bring state-of-the-art ocean environmental monitoring sensors into the ocean’s autonomous platforms, creating four highly skilled jobs, with the potential for 20 indirect positions, and part-time positions.

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Project Orca – Projet ORCA

OSC’s first Alberta-led project, and brings together SMEs, academia, and other partners in ocean innovation to advance the development of Katal Green Fuel ahead of commercialization to reduce dependency on diesel and transition to low-carbon fuels. The project will benefit Canadians by creating seven jobs immediately, an additional 42 jobs within three years, and the potential for 210 indirect jobs.

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Digital Offshore Canada – Zones extracôtières numérique du Canada

The project will create a platform for the development, validation and commercialization of digital twins for a range of applications in Canada’s offshore as well as for other ocean industries, while also building capabilities to support the increasingly digital ocean economy and the future opportunities it presents.

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Miniaturized Sonar Transducers Project

This made in Canada solution will create new domestic and export opportunities, supply chain opportunities, and create 15 new jobs. The data derived from this project will support additional ocean technology opportunities for Canada.

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Ocean Energy Smart Grid Integration Project

This Ontario-led project brings together SMEs and other partners in ocean innovation to provide cost-effective integration of ocean energy generators into communities.

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Automated Pipeline Payload for Small AUVs Project

This Ontario-led project will develop a commercial survey payload for portable AUVs in response to expanding market demand for more efficient ocean floor inspection capabilities, and create nine new jobs.

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Tallybot Project: Artificial Intelligence for Next Generation Seafood Processing

Through the development of automation and predictive machine learning algorithms, branded Tallybots, this project represents the next generation of seafood processing powered by traceability and production software focused on improved efficiency and quality, and environmental benefits as a result of reduced waste.

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Digital Ship In-Service Support Project

The Digital Ship In-Service Support Project is Canada’s Ocean Supercluster’s 16th project with a total project value of more than $3 million. It brings together two Canadian marine industry leaders from Canada’s west 7 east coasts to develop and commercialize 3D digital twin capabilities that will help make Canada more globally competitive, drive export opportunities, & create jobs in the marine sector.

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