Data Xplorer awarded the Solar Impulse Efficient Solutions Label joining SIF's #1000solutions challenge! Read more here.
Data Xplorer featured in Smithsonian Magazine's "A New Generation of Autonomous Vessels Is Looking to Catch Illegal Fishers". Read more to find out what Open Ocean Robotics is doing to combat illegal, unregulated, and unreported fishing in Marine Protected Areas (MPAs).
Data Xplorer featured in Hakai Magazine's "Robocop Sets Sail: A new generation of autonomous vessels is looking to catch illegal fishers in the act." Read more to find out what Open Ocean Robotics is doing to combat illegal, unreported and unregulated (IUU) fishing in Marine Protected Areas (MPAs).
Open Ocean Robotics participated in a project to determine the utility of autonomous vehicles in combatting illegal, unreported, and unregulated (IUU) fishing. Watch the results and overview video on vimeo here.
Data Xplorer featured in China Dialogue Ocean's "What is the UN decade of ocean science hoping to achieve?" Read more here.
Can robots address society’s most pressing issues? Join Open Ocean Robotics CEO, Julie Angus and Daniel Leidner, a robotics and AI Scientist at the German Aerospace Center (DLR) as they discuss the impact that robotics can have on both environmental and social outcomes – brought to you by O Canada Tech.
Open Ocean Robotics' CEO, Julie Angus, and Michael D. Brasseur, Director of the NATO Maritime Unmanned Systems (MUS) Innovation & Coordination Cell share their thoughts on what a global NATO accelerator network could look like. Discover more here.
Open Ocean Robotics CEO, Julie Angus talks to Melanie McClare, CEO of Swirltex, and Susan Blanchet, CEO of Origen Air and Origen Clean, about what it’s like to be a woman and leader in the clean technology sector... listen to the podcast here!
The United States offshore wind energy market is ramping up, with plans to create a series of wind farms off the country’s Atlantic coast presenting vast supply‑chain opportunities for Canada’s ocean technology industry. Estimates that offshore wind development there has the potential to create a US$70‑billion business pipeline by 2030 could mean lots of work for Canadian companies in areas from geophysical and geotechnical surveying and marine mammal monitoring to offshore service vessel design and training programs...
Open Ocean Robotics' CEO, Julie Angus, and Director of the NATO Maritime Unmanned Systems (MUS) Innovation & Coordination Cell, Michael D. Brasseur share their thoughts on what a global NATO accelerator network could look like. Read more here.
Take a tour of Open Ocean Robotics' headquarters at the Vancouver Island Technology Park with CEO, Julie Angus, as she explains who we are and what we do!
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.