"Moving MacArtney Canada into COVE as a tenant was an easy decision to make. Be it SubConn cables and connectors, or much larger deck winches and launch and recovery systems (LARS), I know that having a pipeline for MacArtney’s systems, products and services in and out of COVE will benefit all parties involved."
Thomas J. Knox, General Manager
“We at Sensor Technology are really excited to be joining the team at COVE. I am thrilled to be a part of this dynamic environment and this will be a key driver for our business relationships in the Atlantic Region. I look forward to making this a mutually beneficial relationship in this growing market.”
Niru Somayajula, President & CEO
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.
Dec. 05, 2019
Innovacorp Blue-Green Challenge and Start-Up Yard Cohort 2019
Congratulations to all the start-ups selected to participate in the 2019 Innovacorp Blue-Green Challenge and Start-Up Yard at COVE cohort. Blue-Green Challenge round one winners…
Nov. 28, 2019
MacArtney Canada devises LARS for freshwater oceanography
Nov. 28, 2019 MacArtney Canada, working for Environment Canada, recently supplied a freshwater oceanography marine lifting device for water instrumentation, profiling and…
Nov. 14, 2019
Nova Scotia startup cracks the shell of traditional seafood industry | The Chronicle Herald
'From catch to plate' There has been much buzz surrounding Nova Scotia's ocean technology sector. Ocean related industries generate approximately $4.5 billion, or 12.2 per cent…