Management

Peter Laurich founded Akamina Technologies Inc. in 2004. He has been developing software for real-time embedded systems since 1982. Known for his technical leadership and innovation, Peter started his career developing real-time software for instrumentation and control at the National Research Council's Hydraulics Laboratory. From the NRC, he moved to Nortel Networks where he worked in a number of key development and management roles in their Optical Networks organization. Peter has a Masters Degree in Electrical Engineering (Systems) from Carleton University and a Bachelors Degree in Systems Design Engineering from the University of Waterloo.

 

 

NEWS

Fall 2014 - WaveGen-Studio and the ADQ-1000 now available; Akamina's own data acquisition solution.

June 2014 - Akamina releases the AWP-300-3 ,a wave height gauge with a CAN Bus digital interface; ideal for use with wave absorption systems.

May 2014 - Akamina releases the AWP-24-3 ,with all of the advanced features of the AWP-24-2 with the option of an externally mounted Push-Button and Status and Power LEDs making it possible to configure and monitor the AWP-24-3 without opening the enclosure AWP-24-3-E .

January 2014 - Akamina acquires an exclusive licence to GEDAP - Generalized Experiment control and Data Acquisition Package - developed by the National Research Council Canada. GEDAP is a well-proven, complete software solution for physical modelling in hydrodynamic laboratories.

December 2012 - Akamina releases the AWP-24-2, the next generation of capacitance wave weight gauges with one push button configuration.

July 2012 - Akamina completes the design and the successful installation of 56-segment wave generator control system upgrade for EDF - Laboratoire National d'Hydraulique et Environnement (EDF-LNHE) in Chatou, France. The upgrade included custom control hardware and software as well as data acquisition hardware and software.

March 2012 - The Coastal Engineering Department at the National Autonomous University of Mexico (Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México) chooses the AWP-24 wave height gauge from Akamina Technologies for their hydraulics laboratory.

March 2012 - Delivery of CANbus Wave Height Gauges for use by NRC Ocean, Coastal and River Engineering for Active Wave Absorption.

December 2011 - After extensive evaluation, IH Cantabria, one of the premier environmental hydraulics institutes in Europe, has chosen the AWP-24 Wave Height Gauge from Akamina Technologies for their hydraulics research laboratories.

November 2011 - Akamina designs new signal conditioning unit and control system for an Ottawa-based environmental research company.

October 2010 - Spend less time calibrating and more time measuring. Akamina Technologies is now offering the only wave height gauge on the market that thanks to its unique digital technology and innovation does not require frequent calibrations.

July 2010 - The Department of Ocean Systems Engineering at the Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST) chooses the AWP-24 Wave Height Gauge from Akamina Technologies for their wave research laboratory.

 

NEWS
WaveGen-Studio and the ADQ-1000 provide a complete solution for your data acquisition needs. WaveGen-Studio ... and the ADQ_1000 does xxx. For more information please read more at WaveGen-Studio and ADQ-1000.

 

Akamina acquired an exclusive licence to GEDAP - Generalized Experiment control and Data Acquisition Package - developed by the National Research Council Canada. GEDAP is a well-proven, complete software solution for physical modelling in hydrodynamic laboratories. GEDAP brings wave synthesis and wave data analysis with sophisticated plotting capabilities to the Akamina data acquisition and control offering.

 

We will have a booth at Coastlab16 (www.coastlab2016.html) in Ottawa in May 2016; please drop by for a visit and to see some of our products.

The AWP-24-3 Capacitance Wave Height Gauge is now available. The AWP-24-3 can be customized with an external Push-Button with Status LED and Power LED mounted on the outside of the box to support configuration of the gauge without opening the enclosure. The AWP-24-3 is based on the highly reliable AWP-24-2 and has all of its advanced features. For more information please visit AWP-24-3 Wave Height Gauge.

 

After extensive evaluation, IH Cantabria, one of the

premier environmental hydraulics institutes in Europe, has chosen the AWP-24 Wave Height Gauge from Akamina Technologies for their hydraulics research laboratories.

 

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The AWP-300-3 Wave Height Gauge, with a CAN Bus digital interfaceis now available. This Wave Height Gauge is ideally suited for wave height measurements and integration with active wave absorption systems. It provides the same reliable, highly linear and accurate measurements of wave heights and water levels as the AWP-24 Series. For more information please visit AWP-300-3 Wave Height Gauge.

 

 

Akamina completes the design and the successful installation of 56-segment wave generator control system upgrade. The upgrade included custom control hardware and software as well as data acquisition hardware and software. This work was done for EDF - Laboratoire National d'Hydraulique et Environnement (EDF-LNHE) in Chatou, France.