Akoostix is very pleased to announce successful delivery of its first TruView system to the Acoustic Data Analysis Centre (ADAC) in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. TruView will undergo testing by ADAC under the Canadian Innovation Commercialization program under which it was selected as an innovative solution to providing low-cost high-value sonar/acoustic processing for the Royal Canadian Navy. TruView is intended for use as a Level 2 post-analysis system, reprocessing data from advanced towed arrays and other acoustic systems. More information on TruView and this contract can be found in a previous post.
Akoostix is very pleased to announce that our TruView Rapid Processing and Analysis (RPA) system has been selected for the pool of pre-qualified proposals with the Canadian Innovation Commercialization Program (CICP). We are confident that we will fulfil the remaining requirements: establish a test department and negotiate a contract.
CICP will give DND the opportunity to experience and evaluate the benefits of TruView, and the Adeos framework that it is built upon, firsthand.
Adeos is built using a combination of software libraries developed by Akoostix for DRDC and Akoostix-owned software developed with the support of the NRC-IRAP program. This cost-effective system development approach enables technically-sound strategic investment and cost reduction, especially for collaborative customers, such as the Canadian government, who get a return on their initial investment.
Akoostix continues to extend Adeos’ capability and is progressing plans to develop a variety of Adeos-based systems. We are also progressing internal and funded R&D projects that will provide more and better capability for Adeos users, as part of our continuous upgrade R&D process/program.
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Akoostix announced today that it has exceeded its previous year’s sales less then seven months into its fiscal year. Current year sales include a number of milestones:
- Largest single contract to date (in value),
- First international customer, and,
- First non-defence customer; all of which have resulted in,
- A new, full-time employee.
The scope of this year’s work includes research trial support, system development, and advanced prototype development across:
- Torpedo defence,
- Active multistatics,
- Autonomous surveillance,
- Underwater communications, and,
- Marine mammal monitoring / environmental mitigation.
This project work will provide solutions to both the defence and oil and gas industries.