We’re making a big splash this June

Join us for the premier event of on-water demonstrations of the latest and most innovative new ocean technologies at COVE Demo Day!

COVE Demo Day is an all-day event at COVE featuring interactive and engaging demonstrations from world-leading ocean technology innovators. The Halifax Harbour will be a flurry of activity with 10+ demonstrations taking place right off COVE docks throughout the program. During the event, watch ocean technology advances in action, including live demonstrations of COVE’s award-winning subsea platform, Stella Maris, tour the facility, and discover the collaborative nature of COVE with over 60 companies in the COVE community.

About COVE

COVE, the Centre for Ocean Ventures and Entrepreneurship, is a high-tech innovation hub for Canada’s ocean sector. COVE is where growth, opportunity, and technical advances in ocean tech happen. COVE is home to a community of ocean tech companies who are creating the world’s next practical, commercial and revolutionary ocean tech advances. Its location, partnerships, and community make COVE the best place in the world to bring ocean research, business, and technology together. Located in what was once the Canadian Coast Guard facility on Halifax Harbour, the COVE site features extensive marine facilities with two large, deep-water piers and easy access to wharfside infrastructure. COVE is a logical location for demonstrating the most innovative new ocean technology products. COVE Demo Day expands on those natural assets to provide the ultimate hands-on display and showcase for cutting-edge products and services.

The Demo Day event begins at 10:00 am on Thursday, June 16

With 10+ high-quality demonstrations presented live from COVE, we are expecting upwards of 300 attendees for this must-see event showcasing the best in Canada’s ocean technology ecosystem.

To discuss sponsorship opportunities for COVE Demo Day, contact

Read more: The premier event for the ocean tech sector returns to Halifax

The H2O Home to Overseas Conference begins in