A collaborative facility for applied innovation in the ocean sector.
"We're excited about the opportunities for collaboration and partnership at COVE. We believe being here will increase the profile of our members including small vessel manufacturers, repairers, servicers, suppliers, designers, and surveyors, and we also look forward to learning more about the activities of other COVE tenants."
"RBR is proud to establish an Atlantic office at COVE. RBR works to think globally and act locally. The office location at COVE allows RBR to continue to network and collaborate with local commercial, academic, and government clients, as well as get convenient exposure and introductions to the global organizations that come to COVE for frequent scientific, industrial, and programmatic events. We presently have a staff of three experienced technical sales and business development managers, and we look forward to adding additional highly-qualified members of the team to focus on global sales, research, and technical initiatives."
"While Precise Design maintains long term customers across many industries ranging from food processing to defence, the ocean sciences sector makes up a significant portion of our customer base. We are excited to open a third location at COVE that will offer on-site design, CNC and conventional machining services. In addition to our existing locations in Burnside and Moncton this new location will allow us to meet our customer's needs. We look forward to working together with our fellow tenants to help push their products and ideas through to commercialization."
The Centre for Ocean Ventures & Entrepreneurship (COVE) will bring ocean technology innovation and commercialization to the water’s edge of Halifax Harbour
With a strategic location on North America's east coast, the ocean-related focus of its universities and community college, and the depth of its science-based workforce, it’s no surprise Halifax is a world leader in ocean science and business.
Apr. 10, 2019
Taking an innovative approach to fishing gear: Local projects in Nova Scotia take up the challenge! - Canada.ca
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Apr. 03, 2019
LeeWay Marine Completes Successful Trials of Kraken's SeaScout System
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