Burnaby’s OSI’s INTS Passes Sea Acceptance Test for SAN MMIPV

May 25, 2022 – OSI Maritime Systems (OSI), a leading provider of integrated naval navigation and tactical solutions, has announced the company’s Integrated Navigation & Tactical System (INTS) successfully passed its Sea Acceptance Test (SAT). “This had been OSI’s first project with Damen and the first introduction of the company’s IMMS with our core navigation and tactical system,” stated Ken…

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In a Shocking Display of Being Out of Touch, NATO Secretary General at Davos WEF

In a keynote speech to the World Economic Forum in Davos, the stomach turning display of the uber wealthy telling the world to behave as they say and not as they do, NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said that “freedom is more important than free trade” and that the “protection of our values is more important than profit.” An important…

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Burnaby’s OSI Lands German Navy Contract

OSI Maritime Systems (OSI) announced that it has been selected by ARCHE Systeme GmbH (ARCHE) to provide an Integrated Navigation System (INS) upgrade to the Federal German Navy’s K-130 Batch I Corvettes Program, powered by ECPINS. The contract includes INS for the corvettes and land-based test and training sites (Landanlage). ECPINS forms the heart of OSI’s IMO type-approved Integrated Navigation…

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NATO’s Operation Sea Guardian in the Mediterranean

NATO’s maritime task group concluded its third round of focused patrols in the Western Mediterranean Sea as part of NATO’s Operation Sea Guardian (OSG) on May 12. Led by NATO Allied Maritime Command (MARCOM) in Northwood, OSG is a fusion of information designed to create a comprehensive picture of daily activities in the Mediterranean. OSG units comprised flagship Italian Navy…

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Cellula Robotics of Burnaby Working on Australian Project

Cellula Robotics Ltd. (Cellula) is pleased to announce we are six months into a contract with Trusted Autonomous Systems (TAS), to develop the next generation of fuel cell powered, Extra-Large Unmanned Underwater Vehicle (XLUUV). Funded by the Royal Australian Navy (RAN) and in collaboration with sovereign sub-contractors, project SeaWolf is set to debut the first 12m XLUUV hull in the…

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GA-ASI Continues Focus on Canada

General Atomics Aeronautical Systems, Inc. (GA-ASI), the world leader in Remotely Piloted Aircraft, announced today that they have opened a new office near Confederation Park in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. In a related move, GA-ASI is proud to announce it has appointed Michel Lalumiere as its International Strategic Development director for Canada. Lalumiere will be based in Ottawa. The Canadian government…

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One of the Nicest Guys Around Honored

Congratulations to Roger Girouard, winner of the 2022 APEX Career Contribution award sponsored by Federal Retirees. Girouard served for more than 40 years in the Royal Canadian Navy and the Coast Guard of Canada. His impressive career of increasingly responsible positions and commands both at sea and ashore exemplifies leadership excellence, a strong commitment to team-building and is a testament…

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