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Kognitiv Spark announces partnership with LOOKNorth to improve community access for remote northern communities in Canada

Jan 23, 2019

Kognitiv Spark and LOOKNorth have partnered to use RemoteSpark, an Augmented Reality (AR) and Mixed Reality (MR) worker support software developed by KognitivSpark, to improve maintenance for unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) in remote northern communities in Canada.

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GHGSat imaging begun!

Shortly after the successful launch of its first satellite, GHGSat has already performed over 100 measurements of greenhouse gas emissions from industrial sites around the world.

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Space-based Detection of Oil Spills on Earth



LOOKNorth researcher Dr. Bahram Salehi awarded NSERC Discovery Grant to develop EO-based methods of detecting terrestrial oil/waste-water spills and monitoring their impact on the environment

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Wetland Mapping and Monitoring

LOOKNorth Remote Sensing Engineer Dr. Bahram Salehi is developing a novel automated system for mapping and monitoring wetland areas using multiple types of remotely-sensed data. 

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Partnering with CMIC for Advanced Sensor Development

LOOKNorth and the Canada Mining Innovation Council (CMIC) are pleased to announce their partnership for the development of advanced environmental monitoring sensors for the mining sector. As a CMIC member, LOOKNorth worked with other mining sector stakeholders through CMIC’s Environmental Stewardship Initiative to develop this monitoring innovation project.

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SEAformatics clean energy innovation

 TVP Program alumnus SEAformatics (Field trial of self-powering seabed instrumentation Platform) has miniaturized and adapted its SEAlily current-powered energy-harvesting turbine to create the Waterlily, a lightweight portable turbine (under 2 pounds and just 7 inches in diameter) that generates electricity from both running water and wind. A YouTube video demonstration (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J_AZWLiks50) has attracted over 20,000 views and coverage from more than a dozen media outlets worldwide. 

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New Satellite Receiving Station Operational in Inuvik

Dec 14, 2017

Made-in-Canada technology takes environmental monitoring to the next level

Today in Inuvik NWT, St. John’s-based remote sensing  innovator C-CORE completed installation and commissioning of a satellite ground station for downlinking data from a new generation of Earth observation (EO) satellites. Designed and built at C‑CORE’s facilities in St. John’s NL, the novel ground station is optimized for use with today’s emerging generation of breadbox-sized nanosats and cubesats. Its innovative self-leveling platform ensures stability during seasonal frost heave, making it ideal for Arctic deployment.

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In Focus

Arctic Products Validation & Evolution Workshop III

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NEW Proposals Call

DAA for BVLOS Demonstration