Timeline

2020
2020

2020

Now, in 2020, Kraken announces that it has signed contracts with two NATO-allied navies, the Royal Danish Navy and the Polish Navy.

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2019
2019

2019

In 2019, Kraken announced its launch of the OceanVision™ project with funding support from Canada’s Ocean Supercluster.

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2018
2018

2018

Kraken announced that it established a team to focus on acoustic signal processing applications targeting anti-submarine warfare (ASW) applications in 2018.

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2017
2017

2017

In 2017 Kraken changed its name from Kraken Sonar Systems Inc. to Kraken Robotics Inc. to help reflect Kraken’s continued growth as it evolved from manufacturing sensors to supplying complete robotic systems, software, and services in the global Unmanned Maritime Systems (UMS) market.

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2016
2016

2016

Kraken continued its growth plan in 2016 by opening the Unmanned Maritime Vehicles Facility in Nova Scotia with a team of former engineers from Rolls-Royce Naval Marine.

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2015
2015

2015

In 2015 Kraken became a publicly-traded company on the TSX trading under the stock symbol PNG.V (Ping!) as a strategic move to raise capital to grow its portfolio, enabling them to compete on the global stage.

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2014
2014

2014

The next member of the AquaPix® family, the Miniature Interferometric Synthetic Aperture Sonar (MINSAS) was released in 2014.

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2013
2013

2013

In 2013, Kraken acquired the intellectual property rights from Marport Deep Sea Technologies Inc. for their Synthetic Aperture Sonar technology and shortly thereafter contracts for AquaPix®️ were announced.

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2012
2012

2012

In 2012, Kraken Sonar Systems Inc. was created as a spin-out from Marport Deep Sea Technologies Inc. comprising only 8 employees, all with the goal of commercializing Synthetic Aperture Sonar (SAS).

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2011

2011

  • Jan 2011 – Hardware development of AquaPix® SAS sensor begins at Marport. INSAS signal processing software (INSIGHT) was developed in parallel.