After multiple rounds of elimination and a virtual demo day, Open Ocean Robotics was named Winner of Campbell River’s’ NexStream 2.0 Wild Card Challenge.
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Open Ocean Robotics is proud to announce that the company’s CEO, Julie Angus, won the Industry Icon Award for Cleantech CEO at the BC Cleantech Awards hosted by Foresight in a virtual ceremony held February 18.
Open Ocean Robotics was awarded the Solar Impulse Efficient Solution Label following a rigorous assessment performed by independent experts based on verified World Alliance for Efficient Solutions standards.
Out of over 60 applicants worldwide, Open Ocean Robotics was selected as one of three startups to participate in Greentown Labs’ and Vineyard Wind’s Offshore Wind Challenge and accelerator program.
CEO and Co-founder of Open Ocean Robotics, Julie Angus, was recently appointed to the Innovation Advisory Board (IAB) for NATO’s Maritime Unmanned Systems Initiative (MUS). The NATO MUS initiative is a multinational cooperation effort that aims to accelerate the development and integration of maritime unmanned systems across Allied and Partner navies...
After being selected for the Creative Destruction Lab (CDL) Atlantic program from over 100 applicant companies in September 2019, Open Ocean Robotics is among 13 ventures in the latest cohort to graduate.
Open Ocean Robotics made a list of British Columbia (BC) CleanTech companies with the greatest potential for growth.
BCBusiness Magazine’s Women of the Year Awards highlights exceptional female business leaders in British Columbia, a province that has remarkable women pushing frontiers