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HOMEGROWN TECHNOLOGY HELPS IMPROVE ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT
by wade on March 7, 2012
From the NEIA Newsletter: EMSAT is a new local company from the ‘Genesis Centre’ technology incubator at Memorial University. It self describes as an environmental surveillance services company. Read more.
NORTHERN RADAR PEERS OVER HORIZON
by wade on January 25, 2012
St. John's, NL (Jan. 19, 2012) – Northern Radar Inc has been awarded a subcontract from Raytheon Canada Limited to provide subsystems, installation services and site development for the Next Generation High Frequency Surface Wave Radar (HFSWR). The project is a Technology Demonstration Program sponsored by the Canadian Department of National Defence, Defence Research and Development Canada (DRDC) and will see a system installed at Hartlen Point, Nova Scotia later in 2012. Read more.
THE SKY IS THE LIMIT AT PROVINCIAL AEROSPACE
by wade on January 10, 2012
By Andrew Safer: Having seen its staff grow by 38 percent over the last two and a half years—from 650 to 900—Provincial Aerospace Limited (PAL) is preparing to deliver on a $370 million contract with the United Arab Emirates: modifications of two maritime patrol aircraft that will patrol UAE territorial waters, monitor pollution, and support search and rescue activities. Read more.
LOOKNorth Calls for EOI in Monitoring Technologies for Northern and Oil Sands Applications
by wade on October 26, 2011
October 24th, 2011, St. John's, NL: LOOKNorth, a Canadian Centre of Excellence for Commercialization and Research (CECR) hosted by C-CORE, is soliciting Expressions of Interest (EOI) from small- and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) based in Newfoundland and Labrador. These SMEs must have developed remote sensing or other monitoring technologies that can provide significant positive impacts on the sustainable development of Canada’s northern natural resources and oil sands. Read more.
Satellite Communications Systems for Vessel Monitoring and Beyond
by OceansAdvance on June 23, 2011
In the 22 years Paul Anderson has worked as a satellite engineer and entrepreneur, the explosive growth of the Internet and the development of information and communication technologies have spawned a host of new markets for satellite data communications products. Seated in a meeting room in his office on Major’s Path in St. John’s, Anderson, 47, is reflecting on the evolution of Blue Oceans Satellite Systems (BOSS), the company he founded in 2003, and the innovative products BOSS has developed. Read more.