In support of Integrated Aqua Systems, Inc. recent aquatic research projects in Canada, Sam Courtland, the CEO of Integrated Aqua Systems, Inc. (IAS), recently embarked on a visit to Ontario and Quebec, Canada.
First stop was the renowned University of Waterloo's Aquatic Threats in Environmental Research (WATER) facility where the second phase of IAS’ Integrated Culture Modules (ICM) and Environmental Control Systems (ECS) were recently installed. The University of Waterloo's WATER facility is a hub of scientific exploration and innovation, specializing in investigating aquatic threats and environmental research. ICM Systems developed by IAS, incorporate unique state-of-the-art features and functionalities that enhance water quality, offer precise control over environmental parameters, and ensure the well-being of aquatic organisms within the facility.
Second part of the visit was Montreal, Quebec and The University of Montreal. The purpose of the visit was to startup, commission, and train the facility's staff in the utilization of the cutting-edge Integrated Culture Modules (ICM) with centralized temperature control that IAS delivered earlier this year. During the visit, Sam personally oversaw the commissioning process and conducted comprehensive training sessions with the university facility staff. This hands-on approach allowed for a seamless integration of the Integrated Culture Modules into the facility's operations, empowering the researchers to leverage the full potential of this cutting-edge technology.
The collaboration between IAS and Canadian universities not only strengthens our partnerships but also underscores our shared commitment to advancing the field of aquaculture and environmental research. By combining expertise and resources, our organizations continue to drive innovation, contributing to scientific discoveries, and promoting sustainable practices.
IAS takes great pride in delivering tailored solutions that meet the specific needs of its clients. The successful implementation of these advanced systems exemplifies IAS's dedication to providing high-quality equipment and systems that facilitate groundbreaking research and foster environmental conservation.
Stay tuned for more updates on IAS's continued dedication to advancing aquaculture technology, fostering research partnerships, and promoting environmental stewardship.