This years Geomatics Atlantic is taking place in Halifax, November 14th and 15th. The theme for the event is Oceans of Data and will be exploring innovation, cutting edge R&D, and the future of geomatics in the marine environment. (Additional details on Geomatics Atlantic 2018 including special key note speakers and conference presentations is available at https://geomatics.one)
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COVE is a collaborative facility for applied innovation in the ocean sector that brings together people, ideas, industry and research to help Atlantic Canada work in new ways.
Located in what was once the Canadian Coast Guard facility on Halifax Harbour, this hub is home to local and global ocean technology businesses, post-secondary institutions, researchers, and marine-based and service businesses that support the ocean sector. The COVE site features extensive marine facilities with two large, deep-water piers, office space, an incubator and space for shops and labs.
The advances that are developed through COVE will have practical, commercial and revolutionary applications in ocean tech. There is a global need for ocean tech solutions. The impact of what happens at COVE has local, provincial, national and international significance.
For more details about COVE, see www.coveocean.com
Join us for a free tour of the COVE facility, it will start at 4:30 on November 15th at COVE but space is limited, so we ask that people register for this event.
Transportation to the site will not be provided however the facility is only a 1.5km walk from the Alderney Landing Ferry Terminal via the Trans Canada Trail.