COVE Marks First Year
DOT is focused on delivering ocean sensor platforms to the world market, such as the family of towed stable depressors called the “D Wings” that are available in a variety of sizes and can be outfitted with sensors for a diverse range of applications. Other platforms will be added in the future and may include towed hydrographic mapping systems, towed camera systems, autonomous vertical profilers and voluntary observation ship instrumentation systems.
COVE will be open to the public on Saturday, November 16, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at 27 Parker Street in Dartmouth.
Current tenants at COVE include:
Centre for Marine Applied Research (CMAR)
Dartmouth Ocean Technologies Inc. (DOT)
Dominion Diving Ltd.
Halifax Port Authority
International Submarine Engineering Ltd. (ISE)
Kraken Robotic Systems Inc.
Lengkeek Vessel Engineering
Lockheed Martin Canada Inc.
NOVACAD Systems Inc.
Nova Scotia Boatbuilding Association (NSBA)
Ocean Proof Technology
Ocean Technology Council of NS (OTCNS)
PanGeo Sub Sea
Pisces Research Project Management
Praxes Medical Group
Pro-Oceanus Systems Inc.
Roddis Communications Inc.
Sensor Technology Ltd.
Stephen’s Solutions Associated
Ulnooweg Development Group Ltd.
The Lobster Trap Company
Wittaya Aqua International