MarineLabs has announced a groundbreaking partnership with multinational company Kongsberg to introduce BerthWatch, an innovative real-time berth depth monitoring and reporting system. This cutting-edge technology will revolutionize ship and port operations by providing access to critical berth-depth data. With BerthWatch, terminal … Read more
MarineLabs announced the launch of our new service, CoastAware™ BuoyCam, the first scalable, end-to-end ocean camera data product that provides subscribers access to 360-degree real-time views through images from sensor locations along coastlines. This announcement resulted in coverage in: CBC Atlantic, … Read more
“The ocean is actively trying to destroy everything that you put there, from breakwaters, to markers, to different kinds of buoys or sensors.” “The challenge is exciting to us, building technologies that can be rugged enough to handle those types of … Read more
Foresight is Canada’s cleantech accelerator that brings together innovators, industry, investors, government, and academia to address today’s most urgent climate issues and support a global transition to a green economy. Foresight 50 shines a spotlight on compelling climate solutions by recognizing … Read more
MarineLabs CEO, Dr. Scott Beatty, discusses MarineLabs’ role in climate adaptation, how and who collected data helps, and MarineLabs’ next goals in Road To Recovery, with Hannah Lepine, Douglas Magazine, and CHEK News.
MarineLabs CEO Dr. Scott Beatty shares the impact of MarineLabs’ hyper-local real-time and aggregated wave and wind data on climate adaptation and coastal infrastructure investments with Amber Mac and Michael Bancroft on The Feed Podcast.
In an interview with Global News and Kylie Stanton, MarineLabs Director of Software Engineering, Michael Fischer, discusses wind and wave data measured by MarineLabs buoys from Hurricane Fiona passing the Atlantic Ocean, and how it can help plan for coastal resilience. … Read more
Our CEO Dr. Scott Beatty was featured in Made in CA, read why he thinks that North America’s ~70,000 floating marker buoys should all be real-time data stations. With MarineLabs, we will light up coastal regions that are under-served with data, … Read more
Our CEO Dr. Scott Beatty was featured in Douglas magazine, explaining how he and a colleague developed a solution to a lack of readily available coastal data: small sensors they could attach to floats or Coast Guard marker buoys offshore that … Read more
A truly global audience took notice and raised the profile of MarineLabs as a leader in data-driven coastal intelligence after a press release describing how MarineLabs measured an extreme rogue wave was published on February 8, 2022. The media pickup was … Read more
A 17.6 meter rogue wave – the most extreme rogue wave ever recorded – has been measured by MarineLabs in the waters off of Ucluelet, B.C. The rogue wave, which measures as high as a four-story building, was recorded in November 2020 by Victoria, B.C.-based … Read more
BC Ferries runs one of the world’s largest and safest ferry fleets and is in the process of both modernizing the ferries as well as the terminal infrastructure. As part of their terminal engineering efforts, BC Ferries engineers have gained access … Read more
In a long-format interview with Peter Van Der Gracht, the host of “CleanTech Talks”, MarineLabs CEO Scott Beatty covered a broad range of topics – from the expanding set of customers using CoastAware data to improve Marine Safety, to his long-term … Read more
The CoastAware network was expanded again this week, as MarineLabs deployed 3 additional CoastScout instruments in Prince Rupert, BC. The addition of these sensors enables the Prince Rupert Port Authority to make weather-critical maritime operating decisions using the best available data, … Read more
The Future of Good program has identified the Top 100 Recovery Projects in Canada, and MarineLabs’ Coastal Intelligence program made the list. Their assessment links each project to specific Sustainable Development Goals; CoastAware is seen to be contributing to SDG 9 … Read more