The Halifax-based company is the only company outside of ON & QC to be chosen for the sought after program
Jetasonic produces underwater acoustic instrumentation. Its commercial-grade acoustic arrays and transducers are for side-scan sonars, underwater bathymetry and communication.
Today, Jetasonic is focused on developing an advanced forward-imaging sonar for a wide range of applications, including high resolution bottom mapping, search and rescue, and marine navigation.
Editor's Note: Innovacorp is extremely excited that one of its portfolio companies, Analyze Re, has been acquired by Verisk Analytics Inc.
Verisk Analytics Inc. (VRSK), a leading data analytics provider, today announced it has acquired Analyze Re, a software analytics provider for the reinsurance and insurance industries.
Innovacorp and the Nova Scotia Department of Energy have teamed up to offer innovation support to projects that address issues in Nova Scotia’s electricity system and help early stage companies in the province demonstrate pre-commercial technologies with large export potential.
Industry leaders team up in global challenge to convert carbon dioxide into valuable products
Team CarbonCure, led by clean technology developer CarbonCure Technologies, has been selected as a semi-finalist in the global NRG COSIA Carbon XPRIZE competition.
Nova Scotia researchers and early stage businesses will be able to access new funding to move their smart energy innovations closer to commercialization.
The Department of Energy and Innovacorp have teamed up to award $700,000 on a competitive basis through the new Smart Energy Innovation Program. The program will support local developers who are working on sustainable energy solutions for Nova Scotia.
Perennia is hosting and organizing a series of four workshops around Nova Scotia in November for small and medium-sized food producers and processors preparing to take a product to market, new to the food processing business or considering value-adding. Dates and locations are: November 1-2 (Windsor); November 3-4 (Bridgewater); November 7-8 (Truro); and November 9-10 (Sydney).
Six Nova Scotia ocean technology companies have been selected to participate in Innovacorp’s Early Adopter Program.