Locelle Digital Inc. posted an articleVictoria-based Locelle partners with Europe's largest SaaS conference to connect women see more
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Victoria, B.C., October 8, 2019: Locelle, a corporate matching platform to connect women for networking, support and mentorship has partnered with Europe’s largest Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) conference, SaaStock, to connect all women attending the conference.
"We have members across the world who are connecting with each other for support and mentorship as well as friendship so when I learned about SaaStock’s initiatives on the diversity and inclusion side, I knew we could add value to the women attending the conference,” said Humaira Ahmed, CEO at Locelle. The platform has global userbase and with this partnership, women from all across the world who have registered to attend SaaStock in Dublin will be able to join exclusive SaaStock community on Locelle and make meaningful connections.
“We aim to create a welcoming and inclusive environment for our attendees. By partnering with Locelle, we look forward to connecting our female attendees with other like-minded women before and during the conference, and help them stay connected long after on a safer platform,” said, Irina Dzhambazova, Head of Content, Diversity and Inclusion, SaaStock.
The app is available on Android and iOS and free for individual members for now. To inquire about event and corporate memberships, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
About Locelle Digital Inc.:
Locelle (/lōk-el/) is a Locelle offers an enterprise/group networking platform to connect and engage women in the workplaces for support and mentorship.
SaaStock is a 3-day gathering for the global SaaS Community, happening in Dublin, Ireland from 14th - 16th October 2019. A 2-day conference and a 1-day accelerator filled with many satellite events, focussed on the business of building and scaling B2B Software-as-a-Service companies. Learn more at saastock.com
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AML Oceanographic posted an articleLocal ocean tech company to equip one of the most modern research vessels in the world see more
Local ocean tech company AML Oceanographic is pleased to announce that a Moving Vessel Profiler is being installed on one of the most modern research vessels in the world, the Swedish vessel “RV Svea.” The newbuild Swedish vessel, owned by the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences (SLU), will be used by the university and the Swedish Meteorological and Hydrological Institute (SMHI) for a wide variety of environmental surveys, from monitoring ocean acidification to assessing fish stock.
By including a Moving Vessel Profiler (MVP) on their new vessel, the scientists expect to gain a clearer understanding of the oceanographic dynamics encountered in the Baltic Sea, such as strong halocline layers and anoxic waters. Furthermore, the high data density that MVP can provide will improve the data quality from the many hydroacoustic measurements conducted on RV Svea and make SMHI’s oceanographic models substantially more accurate. The MVP200 will collect CTD, Dissolved Oxygen, Chlorophyll A data continuously and in real-time while the vessel travels at 10-11 knots.
“Until now we have only been collecting profile data from the water column by conducting traditional CTD casts where you need to stop the vessel to make a cast. Ship time is very expensive, and the vessels are often on a tight schedule. On top of that, the staff is already busy and doesn’t have a lot of time for extra work. So it is not easy to collect several extra CTD-profiles during a cruise. However, with a MVP200 we expect to be able to significantly increase the number of profiles without adding cruise time or extra work,” explained Daniel Bergman Sjostrand, Oceanographic Engineer at SMHI.
AML Oceanographic provides ocean sensing solutions for hydrographic, environmental, and research applications. Headquartered in Sidney, BC, the company has clocked an average annual growth of 20% over the past 8 years and added footholds in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, and Aberdeen in the UK. Due to strong demand for MVP, AML has expanded their Nova Scotia operations and relocated to a new customised production facility to accommodate a higher volume of builds. Learn more about AML at https://amloceanographic.com.