URND.CA AWARDED BCIP - MILITARY CONTRACT
AUG 01 2018 - Uncharted has been awarded a Build in Canada Innovation Program contract to deploy their ship hull inspection system with the Royal Canadian NAVY.
URND.CA CEO DESCRIBED AS GAME CHANGER DEC/JAN 2018
Vanguard Magazine, Canada's premier defence industry magazine selects URND.CA CEO Jean Filion as a Game Changer for the Canadian Defence sector in 2018. Check out their Dec/Jan 2018 issue for a two page spread.
URND.CA CEO SPEAKS AT SHIPBUILDING TECH CONFERENCE 2018
Jean Filion, Uncharted R&D's CEO speaks as a guest speaker in the Shipbuilding Technology Conference in Ottawa 2018. His presentation touched on how Artificial Intelligence will disrupt the shipbuilding industry imminently and into the future.
URND.CA AND RCN GREEN FLEET PROGRAM MISSION PATCH
Mission patch revealed for June 2018 field deployment of URND.CA submersible drones on Royal Canadian NAVY and Canadian Coast Guard ships.
URND.CA TEAMS UP WITH NAVY AND COAST GUARD
Uncharted Research and Development has teamed up with the Royal Canadian NAVY and the Canadian Coast Guard to develop and deploy new technologies for ship hull bio-accumulation monitoring, invasive species identification, and biofouling mitigation to protect our watersheds and increase the speed and performance of our naval ships as part of the Green Fleet initiative.
URND.CA ASSEMBLES FLEET OF UNDERWATER ROV'S
Uncharted Research and Development has ordered a fleet of remotely operated vehicles to perform survey operations, to deploy surveillance technologies, and to service ship hull inspection systems.
URND.CA AWARDED BCIP MILITARY PRE-SELECTION STATUS
Uncharted Research and Development has been granted pre-selection status to deploy ship hull inspection technologies for the Royal Canadian NAVY.
URND.CA DEPLOYS DRONE TO STUDY ARCTIC IMPACT CRATERS
Four year collaborative expeditionary field study supported by the Canadian Space Agency and the Centre for Planetary Science and Exploration to study poorly understood impact craters in the Canadian Arctic. Our research objective is to answer some of the most pressing questions about unmanned sample return missions to Mars.