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SHIPPING INDUSTRY WANTS HIGHER QUALITY DATA
New INTTRA Technology Outlook survey demonstrates easy access to quality shipping information a high priority for shipping industry.
Zhi Li and his Memorial University research team are developing technology to help offshore industry manage icebergs.
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DEEP SEA DREAMER
After exploring the Mariana Trench with James Cameron, innovator and engineer Adam Gobi has deep hopes for oceans innovation in NL.
Technology Sector Directory
The companies, institutions and R&D institutes of OceansAdvance's ocean technology cluster are active in these sectors...
October 28, 2014
(St. John's, NL: October 28, 2014)At the Maritime and Arctic Security and Safety conference, Airbus Defence and Space and Provincial Aerospace announced a "teaming agreement" to pursue a lucrative contract to replace Canada's fixed-wing search and rescue aircraft with Airbus's C295 turboprop aircraft. This agreement follows from a memorandum of understanding signed earlier this year by the two companies.
October 21, 2014
(St. John's, NL: Oct. 15, 2014) UArctic is holding its annual board of governors meetings at Memorial University and other venues in St. John’s next week. This international consortium of northern universities, colleges, research institutes and other organizations is committed to higher education and research in the North.
October 20, 2014
Venturing into the unknown is a natural compulsion for homo sapiens. From climbing Everest to exploring Mars, to probing the vastness of space with telescopes, our species is driven by curiosity, and the potential for financial gain, to evolve technologies that enable us to master space, time, and distance. Among the most technically challenging and potentially rewarding areas that remain tantalizingly out of reach are the depths of the oceans.
October 7, 2014
The latest INTTRA Technology Outlook survey, which tries to identify the top technology priorities and challenges on the minds of international logistics and shipping industry professionals from direct shippers, carriers and freight forwarders around the world has shown that the industry’s top priority is “improving supply chain visibility capabilities to integrate higher quality data.”
This demonstrates the importance now placed on having easy access to quality shipping information that is timely, accurate and complete.