A cleantech solution to collecting ocean data
Our oceans are full of information. Information that can protect at-risk whale species, allow ships to voyage more fuel-efficient routes, crack down on illegal fishing, and enable us to better understand the impacts of climate change. Our boats are equipped with sensors, cameras and communication devices so that we can capture information from anywhere on the ocean and have instant access to it. Harvesting energy from the sun, our boats travel nonstop for months, without producing any greenhouse gas emissions, noise pollution or risk of oil spills. They are an essential component to creating a digital ocean, an Internet of Things for the sea, where we finally begin to understand some of the most mysterious regions of our planet.
How We Make a Difference
Join Open Ocean Robotics for the Offshore Wind Challenge Final Showcase which participants can join for FREE. Details including registration links are available here.
Follow Open Ocean Robotics' CTO, Colin Angus, as he explains the latest and greatest at the company.
Open Ocean Robotics is mentioned in Vineyard Wind's 2020 year-end review. View the recap here!
Open Ocean Robotics makes it to Radical Balance's top 10 Sustainability Innovations of 2020.
Open Ocean Robotics CEO, Julie Angus is interviewed and featured in Cognitive Times Volume 5 Number 3: "Can AI Truly Understand Language?" Read her story and elevator pitch here!
A Victoria husband and wife team is tackling ocean exploration and research in a unique way. Colin and Julie Angus started Open Ocean Robotics two years ago with an idea...
On this week’s Canada's Ocean Supercluster's #StorytoTell we hear from Julie Angus, CEO of Open Ocean Robotics on building collaborations across the country, and better understanding our oceans with sustainable solutions that also reduce risk and cost. View more here.
Open Ocean Robotics CEO, Julie Angus, is interviewed as the BCBusiness Women of the Year: Innovator of the Year Winner. Watch the interview here!