The Centre for Ocean Ventures & Entrepreneurship (COVE), GCE Ocean Technology (GCE OT) Subsea Monitoring Network (SMN) and Ocean Innovation Norwegian Catapult Centre signed agreement in order to develop new ocean technologies.
amely, the partnership brings together leading ocean technology organizations in Canada, Norway, and Germany to deepen global sector expertise through the sharing of ideas for new technology creation and adoption, while working alongside industry and members from each of the global organizations.
“This collaboration will create new opportunities for ocean technology companies and accelerate the growth of the global ocean economy. COVE will now be able to access worldwide supply chains, research and development, complementary infrastructure and technological advancements to propel Nova Scotia and Canada’s ocean technology sector on a global stage.”
….said Melanie Nadeau, CEO of COVE.
As informed, working in collaboration to share a wealth of knowledge and expertise and access to infrastructure, COVE, GCE OT, SMN and the Ocean Innovation Norwegian Catapult Centre will increase connections among members, identify supply chain partners, and facilitate commercial opportunities.
The organizations will work together to develop new ocean technologies and ensure the sustainable use of ocean resources.
“The collaboration with the Subsea Monitoring Network and COVE will increase the availability of infrastructure which the companies need to scale their technologies and move into an international market”,CEO of Ocean Innovation Norwegian Catapult, Gisle Nondal, concluded.