Innovators: General

Petrotech 2016 Trade Mission

by Admin on November 16, 2016

The Alberta Government, in conjunction with Global Affairs Canada and Export Development Canada, is leading a trade mission to New Delhi, India from December 4 to 7, 2016, alongside Petrotech - 2016.  It is our intention to recruit 18 Alberta oil and gas (O&G) equipment and service companies interested in exploring and/or expanding their business into the Indian market. This is one of the most vibrant and growing O&G markets in the world. Read more Read more.


			

Rutter Inc.

November 7, 2016

Rutter Inc., headquartered in St. John’s, Newfoundland, Canada is a developer of sophisticated radar signal processing technologies for the marine safety, security, and environmental monitoring and protection industries. In 2012, Rutter acquired OceanWaveS GmbH of Lüneburg, Germany, a recognized industry leader in the development and supply of radar-based wave and surface current measurement technology with its WaMoS® II system.   Read more.

Registration is Open for Ocean'16 in Monterey

by Admin on August 24, 2016

Taking place at the Portola Plaza Hotel and the Monterey Marriott with plenary sessions at the Golden State Theatre from September 19-22, 2016, registration is open for Oceans'16. Full registration includes access to technical sessions, exhibits, and social events. Read more. Read more.

LOOKNorth Call for Proposals: Monitoring Technologies for the Resource Sector

by Admin on August 24, 2016

Since 2012 LOOKNorth has invested over $2.2 million and supported 24 Technology Validation Projects with 34 partners across Canada, leveraging more than $5 million in cash and in-kind support from industry and from other funding bodies. They are now soliciting proposals from small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs), researchers and academics based in Canada, for projects that promote commercialization of remote sensing and in-situ monitoring technologies that support sustainable development of Canada’s natural resou Read more.

City of St. John's Named as Canada's Sixth Most Friendly Place for Business

by Admin on August 24, 2016

Canada Business and PROFIT magazines recently released the results from a survey of some 60 municipalities with populations of 15,000 or more, awarding each city scores on factors such as the cost of office space, the speed of processing a building permit, the percentage of residents, in addition to independent demographic and market data. St. John’s ranked sixth in the Most Business Friendly sub-list of the overall survey. Read more.