It has become a home for many of Quebec’s most promising marine technology startups, providing them with a shared area to work and collaborate. The center’s emphasis on sharing research equipment and resources fosters an environment where these startups can flourish and collaborate more seamlessly, fueling their success.
A group of local Quebec ministers standing underneath the logo we created at the launch of the building in the beginning of 2022.
* Pictured left are the teams of Chasse-Marée and DevOcean
Scroll to see a sample of a few of the shots she took
The diving bell is one of the earliest types of equipment for underwater research and exploration.
In 1535, Guglielmo de Lorena created and used what is considered to be the first modern diving bell.
We came up with the idea of using a 3D version of a whale within the brand, one of the flagship marine animals in the St-Lawrence river.
Whaleseeker, one of the companies associated with Novarium, developped an AI based program to detect whale life from imagery, an example of which we can see here (the small green outline in the image is a beluga)