Fish and bubbles have a lot in common when it comes to how they look when they are scanned by sonar devices used in monitoring marine environments. Differentiating the two has been a challenge for researchers and scientists trying to understand how tidal-energy devices affect marine life in the Bay of Fundy. Now, thanks to
Author: Rebecca Rawcliffe
Our executive director, Jennifer LaPlante has been named in the DataIQ 100, a power list of the most influential data and analytics practitioners! On receiving this recognition, Jennifer said, “Being named in the DataIQ 100 is a great honour for me and the DeepSense team. A dedicated group developed the concept of creating an AI
DeepSense has launched a special initiative to support ocean-sector companies during COVID-19. The Data Analytics Readiness project provides free resources and support to help companies in a challenging economic climate and prepare them for future opportunities. “We wanted to do something to help small and medium sized ocean sector organizations through these difficult times,” says
A drive to see Atlantic Canada succeed in the ocean’s sector combined with a desire to help companies use their data to grow, places Jennifer LaPlante in good standing to oversee DeepSense as Executive Director. “DeepSense really brings this together,” says LaPlante. “I’m looking forward to helping companies in this space with their decision making.”
A project led by the Department of Fisheries and Oceans, Cooke Seafood and Dalhousie University is using sophisticated sensors to convert a mussel’s distinctive behaviour when exposed to stressors into an early detector of toxic algae. This is one of the first projects DeepSense, will work on. Read the full story at CBC News.
“Big data meets big ocean research”: Government of Canada launches Dal-led big ocean data innovation environment, DeepSense
The Government of Canada has officially launched DeepSense, the Dalhousie-based world-class big ocean data innovation environment. DeepSense is a unique ocean research partnership between industry, academia and government that will enable companies to benefit from technology solutions that will solve real-world ocean related data challenges to help them make sustainable and better-informed commercial decisions. World-class