Dartmouth, N.S September 9, 2019 – Rimot, the provider of RimotRF for the monitoring of wireless transmitter sites, announced that it will work with the Canadian Coast Guard to test remote monitoring of several of its marine communications sites. Rimot, headquartered in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, offers remote monitoring to keep critical infrastructure working for business and government organizations.
Rimot’s leading RimotRF service for wireless transmitter sites includes real-time analytics to provide organizations with digital operational data to address problems quickly or avoid them.
“We are excited to be working with the Canadian Coast Guard to harden and optimize their marine communications sites as they are vital to so many every day,“ said Andrew Boswell, CEO of Rimot. “We see growing global opportunities for our advanced monitoring, as organizations like the International Maritime Organization (IMO) continue to raise standards for marine communications on land and at sea.”
This contract is a result of the Government of Canada’s Innovative Solutions Canada (ISC), which supports the scale up and growth of Canada's innovators and entrepreneurs by having the federal government act as a customer.
Andrew Boswell, CEO