Marport Opens New Office in Ottawa Area

Press Release
Tuesday, May 03, 2011

Ottawa, Ontario – May 2, 2011 – Marport Deep Sea Technologies Inc., a leading developer of advanced sonar technology for commercial and military applications, is pleased to announce the opening of a new office in Kanata, Ontario. Known as "Silicon Valley North", Kanata boasts a strong and vibrant high tech community and is within a 20 minute drive of downtown Ottawa.

The new office will provide engineering and sales support to Marport’s commercial, government, and defence industry customers. A dedicated R&D team will also be located in the facility to support new development of underwater sensing, communications and imaging products based upon Marport’s award-winning Software Defined Sonar® technology platform.

"Kanata is an ideal place to open our newest R&D location because we are able to tap into the deep pool of talent that complements our leading-edge R&D efforts going on around the world," said Karl Kenny, President & CEO of Marport.

 

Source: www.marport.com
 

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