CTV News Kitchener

Aired on March 7th 2019 on the 6PM news, this brief 2 minute video clip showcases three of the four members of Salinity (Alex, Colin, and Corina), as well as a visually impaired local musician (Nichole Robertson) and her reaction to SongSAT.

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AM 570 News Tech Spotlight

Aired on December 11th 2018 on the show Tech Spotlight, this 15 minute live radio show features Alex going a bit in depth of how SongSAT works in a casual one on one chat with the host of Tech Spotlight, Brian Bourke.

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Team Salinity

Interested in learning more or having a chat with the team? Using the music from SongSAT for a project? We'd love to get in touch! Shoot us an email at teamsalinity@gmail.com, and we'll get back to you shortly.


Alex McVittie

Graduated from the University of Waterloo's Faculty of Environment specializing in Geomatics. He now works full-time at SkyWatch Space Applications Inc. as a Platform Developer on the Image Processing Engineering team, designing cutting-edge remote sensing algorithms. In his spare time, he enjoys bicycle touring and writing music.


Colin TM

Expected to graduate from the University of Waterloo in August 2019. He is currently studying Geomatics as a major, with a minor in Computer Science. He has gained technical skills through working at the University of Waterloo (Mapping, Analysis, and Design Lab), York Region Planning department, and City of Toronto. He enjoys cooking and challenging himself in his free time.


Corina Kwong

Expected to graduate from the University of Waterloo in August 2019. She is currently pursuing Geomatics as a major, with a minor in Computer Science. During her studies, she has gained developer experience from working at CIBC, York Region, CGI, and Scotiabank. She hopes to pursuit a career in front-end development.


Janet Hu

Graduated with a Bachelor of Environmental Studies from the University of Waterloo. she has gained experience in the GIS field working for York Region, City of Toronto and Environment Canada. She is currently doing her masters in Physical Geography at the University of Waterloo.




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