Event

WEBINAR: U.S. Ocean Technologies & Innovation Showcase
When: Wednesday, Apr 18, 2018 - 14:00 to 16:00

On Wednesday, April 18, 2018, the U.S. Commercial Service of the U.S. Embassy in Ottawa will present its virtual program ”U.S. Ocean Technologies and Innovation Showcase.” The event will showcase cutting-edge ocean and marine technologies made in the U.S. that can benefit Canadian industry, academia, science and research, and government deliver innovative solutions in the following sectors:

  • Advanced manufacturing,
  • Security,
  • Agri-food,
  • Clean technology,
  • Digital industries,
  • Health & bio-sciences,
  • Clean resources,
  • Infrastructure, and transportation.

Our program includes a keynote speaker from The Maritime Alliance, a virtual presentation from export-ready U.S. companies operating in the ocean technologies sector, and a presentation from the U.S. State Department expanding on the U.S. Embassy objectives in Canada connected to innovation and entrepreneurship.

 

 U.S. Exhibitors         Company Capabilities 


Speaker: To be confirmed
TMA represents the largest maritime (ocean and water) technology community in the U.S and one of the largest BlueTech clusters in the world.


Speaker: Cheryl Zimmerman – CEO
Market Segment: Marine transportation and navigation
Key Capabilities: Navigation and ship protection systems


Speaker: Joe Turner, Co-Founder
Market Segment: Autonomous underwater vehicles
Key Capabilities: Ocean observing systems


Speaker: Nathan Silva, Air Quality Monitoring Specialist
Market Segment: Air pollution monitoring systems
Key Capabilities: Pollutant gas analyzers, instrument enclosures, data acquisition and reporting software


Speaker: Anthony Baro, CO-Founder
Key Capabilities: Aquatic charging stations, solar moorings, remote aquatic monitoring systems, solar marinas.
Market Segment: Renewable energy generation, storage and distribution.


Participation Fee US$35 (Payable by credit card only)

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Supported by
AmCham National Capital