Innovators: Coastal Zone Management

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RDC INVESTS IN CORROSION RESEARCH AT COASTAL TEST SITE

by wade on June 9, 2014

(St. John's, NL: 04 June 2014) The Research and Development Corporation (RDC) is pleased to announce an investment of $598,000 to build research and development capacity and expertise in corrosion research, an area of significant interest for the oil and gas, marine shipping and other industries who work in the Arctic and other harsh environments.   Read more.


			

Provincial Aerospace

May 3, 2011

Provincial Aerospace (PAL) is a global leader in aerospace and defence, providing highly tailored airborne and maritime surveillance solutions: from custom aircraft design and modification, to mission system design and integration, to mission operations, training and support. PAL has 35 solid years of fixed wing operations experience and 25 years of surveillance experience, flying over 135,000 hours and 20,000 incident-free missions worldwide for government, military and industry clientele, in the harshest maritime climates around the world. Read more.


			

Memorial University - Department of Ocean Sciences - Ocean Sciences Centre

May 2, 2011

  The OSC is a major facility for marine research on the Atlantic coast, and is one of Canada's largest marine laboratories. By virtue of its location, the department provides Canadian and international scientists and students access to the flora and fauna of the northwest Atlantic Ocean and is uniquely situated for shore-based studies of the cold-ocean processes and subarctic, Arctic and deep-sea organisms.   Read more.


			

Compusult

April 26, 2011

Compusult is a diversified company with over 25 years experience in geospatial software development, the design and fabrication of custom and commercial electronics systems and is a leading provider of interoperable, geospatial portal solutions. Compusult is committed to providing tools and systems that make peoples` lives easier and help make better decisions when dealing with the environment.

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