Open Ocean Robotics' CEO, Julie Angus takes part in Leadership Victoria's latest podcast. Tune in to listen to Julie's story and what led her to create this company.
Open Ocean Robotics CEO, Julie Angus, pitched live at Coopérathon's 2020 Conference which reached nearly 9000 viewers across North America, Africa, Europe and more...
Open Ocean Robotics receives $162,000 in new National Research Council of Canada Industrial Research Assistance Program (NRC IRAP). Read more about the program here.
Julie Angus, CEO of Open Ocean Robotics participates in the MaRS Mornings Online: Women in Cleantech Challenge. The six finalists of the WIC come together to discuss their cleantech journeys. Listen to the conversation here.
Six cleantech founders share what helped them through the pandemic. For the finalists in the Women in Cleantech Challenge this meant 16-hour days, raising seed rounds virtually, refining their product market fit, and researching potential customers. Here, Julie Angus, CEO of Open Ocean Robotics and others share the hurdles they’ve faced and the silver linings they’ve found during COVID-19...
Julie Angus, CEO shares her thoughts on the up and coming Ocean Futures Innovation Hub. The City of Victoria’s ambitious plan, Victoria 3.0, proposes an entirely new neighbourhood, the Arts and Innovation District, that will revamp a downtrodden area of downtown into an inspiring showcase of B.C. architecture and sustainable design — complete with a Marine innovation centre...
Greentown Labs and Vineyard Wind have selected three startups for the Offshore Wind Challenge, and Open Ocean Robotics is one of them. The startups will focus on innovations in marine mammal monitoring through data collection, real-time transmission, and analysis to support the responsible development of the offshore wind industry off the coast of Massachusetts, and well beyond.
Julie Angus participates in RBC Disruptors Podcast: Open Oceans, Open Opportunity: Mapping Canada’s Role in the Blue Economy
Open Ocean Robotics CEO, Julie Angus shares her thoughts on the up-and-coming Ocean Innovation Hub in Victoria, BC, Canada for Douglas Magazine.
Julie Angus, CEO shares her thoughts on Victoria's up and coming Ocean Futures Innovation Hub
Open Ocean Robotics “One to Watch” – Accelerating British Columbia’s Clean Economy: A Cleantech Cluster Strategy for the province of British Columbia
Open Ocean Robotics named "One to Watch" in Cleantech Group's 2020 'Accelerating British Columbia's Clean Economy: A Cleantech Cluster Strategy for the province of British Columbia'.
Robotics & Automation News highlights how Open Ocean Robotics is tackling greenhouse gas emissions by producing solar-powered autonomous boats. Read more from their article here.
Julie Angus, CEO shares her story and explains how her passion for exploration and the ocean led to the creation of ocean-tech start-up, Open Ocean Robotics. Read more from Cascadia Report here.
Herstory kicks off its trailblazers series highlighting women who are breaking new ground in their fields. Julie Angus, CEO is selected as one of their trailblazing women -- view this post to hear her story and read more.
Open Ocean Robotics was selected to participate in the Creative Destruction Lab's Oceans Stream. The Oceans Stream at CDL-Atlantic operates at the forefront of the Ocean industry in Canada and brings together experienced entrepreneurs and investors, and leading scientists active worldwide in this sector... Read more here.
NATO’s Maritime Unmanned Systems Innovation and Coordination Cell (MUSIC^2) Announces the Formation of the MUS Innovation Advisory Board
Julie Angus, CEO selected as the newest Member of NATO's Maritime Unmanned Systems Innovation Advisory Board
Presented by SGInnovate, in partnership with the State Government of Victoria, Julie Angus, CEO participates in #EachforEqual. In this time of global pandemic and disruption to everyday lives, science and technology play an essential role in ensuring the world continues running. Discover the insights and perspectives from key industry leaders as they discuss the international science and technology landscape — including diversity, and scope for collaboration across countries...
The National Angel Capital Organization (NACO) hosted a collaborative roundtable on April 16 that featured Julie Angus and an impressive selection of industry insiders who shared insights about the current state of the innovation ecosystem in light of COVID-19. The discussion also revolved around specific, tangible ways the Canadian government can better assist early-stage entrepreneurs and angel investors weather the current economic storm...