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ENTROPI
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Funding:Programme; Implementation of the European Maritime and Fisheries Fund Work Programme 2016. Call; EASME/EMFF/2016/1.2.1.3, Topic; Blue Technology: Transfer of innovative solutions to sea basin economies.
Timeline:Start; April 2017. Duration; 2 years
Coordinator:Marine South East Ltd.
For HALPIN:Project Manager & lead researcher; Maria Looney
Overview:ENTROPI, Enabling Technologies and Roadmaps for Offshore Platform Innovation. ENTROPI is targeting investment to address critical challenges along the value chain supporting multi-use platforms. Such platforms have already been identified as a Key Enabling Technology. Capabilities to build and operate such platforms will enable expansion of aquaculture and renewable energy capacity and bring concrete progression of the Energy Union. They may also become platforms for the development of offshore infrastructure for seabed mining and maritime security. ENTROPI will identify and build an investment plan for critical capabilities along the value chain enabling multi-use platforms, it will target SME involvement in this value chain innovation, it will focus initial deployment potential on the Atlantic sea-basin and will align the investment plan with regional and national investment priorities and specialization (RIS3) topics and funding resources.
Theme(s): Maritime Operations; Supply Chain
Details:ENTROPI project pages
SEDNA
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Funding:Programme; Horizon 2020. Call; H2020-MG-2016-2017 Mobility for Growth (Research & Innovation Action). Topic; MG3.3-2016: Safer waterborne transport and maritime operations.
Timeline:Start; June 2017. Duration; 3 years
Coordinator:BMT Group Ltd.
For HALPIN:Project Manager & lead researcher; Rob Lynch
Overview:SEDNA - Safe maritime operations under extreme conditions: the Arctic case. Maritime traffic in the Arctic region is rapidly increasing but there has been a huge increase in marine casualties in this region due to its extremely harsh environment and the severe safety challenges for ships' navigation teams. SEDNA will develop an innovative and integrated risk-based approach to safe Arctic navigation, ship design and operation, to enable European maritime interests to confidently fully embrace the Arctic's significant and growing shipping opportunities, while safeguarding its natural environment.
Theme(s):Maritime Operations; Safety & Security
Maritime Mechatronics
Details:SEDNA project pages

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