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      • Discover the content of the session: "Latest innovations for tomorrow's greener and smarter maritime transport"

      • Pôle Mer Bretagne Atlantique is a competitiveness cluster dedicated to maritime innovation located in the west of France, in Brest.
        It supports companies and research laboratories in their willingness to set up innovative and collaborative projects from the idea to funding.
        Maritime transport and its related activities represent an important part of the projects that have been launched in recent years notably in relation with green ship, smart ship, ports, ship routing and so on...
        This Sea Tech Week session aims to highlight the innovations carried out by Pôle Mer’s members around these fundamental subjects.
        First, Erwan Jacquin, project manager at the French Maritime Cluster will present the assets, issues and challenges of the sector.
        Then project leaders will present their projects and debate during 2 round tables around these topics.
        The session will end with a presentation of the European project iFADO which is dealing with new technologies for the management of High Seas. The objective is to show the importance of these innovations for maritime transport in preserving the environment and achieving the good ecological status targeted by the Marine Strategy Framework Directive.
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        Pôle Mer Bretagne Atlantique (France)






        By Anais Turpault(208)

        (208) Pôle Mer Bretagne Atlantique, France


        Maritime transport sector overview: assets, issues and challenges

        By Erwan Jacquin(213)

        (213) Cluster Maritime Français, France


        Round Table 1: Innovation for a Greener and smarter ship

        Moderated by Boris Teillant(208)

        (208) Pôle Mer Bretagne Atlantique, France

        • Sylvain Faguet(188)
          (188) D-ICE Engeeniring, France
        • Luc Ferral(209)
          (209) Reeferpulse, France
        • Geoffroy Lacoin(210)
          (210) Marinelec, France
        • Representative of Z&B or Chantiers de l’Atlantique (to be confirmed)


        Coffee Break



        Round Table 2: Innovation for a Greener and smarter port

        • Alain Puillandre(211)
          (211) SNEF, France
        • Alex Chailloux(270)
          (270) SINAY, France
        • Representatives from Fastpoint, and Port of Brest or GPMNSN (to be confirmed)


        Impact of maritime transport on the deep ocean: chasing the Good Environmental Status

        • Francisco Campuzano(212)
          (212) iFADO project and Instituto Superior Técnico, Portugal


        End of the session


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