Open Ocean Robotics creates "robots of the sea", and for that, they've received a $22,000 BC Resource Industry award. "It's a great honour, and we're excited to receive that type of recognition," says Colin Angus who owns the company with his wife Julie.
In this first episode, we talk to Julie Angus who is CEO of Open Ocean Robotics. Before starting this cleantech company, Julie studied psychology and molecular biology and worked in venture capital, business development, and technology transfer....
Julie and Colin Angus, co-founders of Open Ocean Robotics and National Geographic Adventurers of the Year, talk to The CMO Show host, Mark Jones about how to use storytelling in the startup phase of the business lifecycle. Check out this podcast now.
CEO Julie Angus interviews on the New Ventures BC YouTube Channel
Julie Angus, CEO chats to TMRO about Open Ocean Robotics' autonomous boats that can map the ocean floor, record the sounds of ocean mammals, track oil spills, help direct shipping traffic, monitor hurricanes and more - all with the natural power of sun and wind.
Autonomous self-powered boats could create the Internet of Things (IoT) of the ocean. That’s the verdict from clean tech company Open Ocean Robotics, which is developing solar and wind powered autonomous boats to monitor for oil spills, research animals, detect illegal fishermen and provide a constant stream of live data about ocean temperatures, sea level and currents.