Nova Scotia, Canada plans to digitally transform sustainable mobility in oceans
Part of Canada’s Ocean Supercluster, Nova Scotia, is leading discussions on sustainable mobility in oceans.
“Nova Scotia is home to world-leaders and top industry experts in the ocean sector, and we’re proud to hear their voices at Movin’On,” said Laurel Broten, President and CEO of Nova Scotia Business Inc. “With a strong ecosystem of oceans experts, leaders in data analytics, and a collaborative environment, the ocean is where we shine.”
Home to Canada’s largest center for oceans-related research, the province reportedly has the highest concentration of oceans-related PhDs in the world and more than 600 scientists, engineers, and technicians. Understanding the ocean—its movement, life, and vitality—advances innovation in sustainable mobility. Nova Scotia companies plan to transform ocean trade routes, marine data transmission, and oceans data analysis.
Nova Scotia businesses that exhibited at Movin’On include Xeos Technologies, QRA Corp, and Global Spatial Technology Solutions (GSTS). These companies involved in such areas as:
- Underwater acoustics, sensing and imaging
- Marine communication and navigation
- Satellite technology
- Remote systems
- Wireless networks and sensors
- Big data, analytics, informatics, and artificial intelligence
Learn more about Nova Scotia’s Ocean Technology sector at NovaScotiaBusiness.com.