Priority 1

ATLANTICBLUETECH | CINEW | STAMAR

Project

ATLANTICBLUETECH

Lead Partner

Association Technopôle Brest-Iroise (FR)

Partners

Brest Métropole Océane (FR), Oceano XXI (PT), Universidade do Algarve (PT), Fundación Bahia de Cádiz para el Desarollo Economico (ES), Plymouth Marine Laboratory (UK), WESTBIC (IE), National University of Ireland (IE)

Budget / ERDF

1,186,769.43 € / 771,400.10 €

Summary

The Atlantic Blue Tech project aims at promoting and developing at the Atlantic level and in a joint and concerted manner, the marine bio-resources’ sector. Gathering economic and innovation development agencies, local authorities and scientific organisations, the project aims at capitalizing projects and initiatives previously developed under this thematic. Project partners will identify the main obstacles to the development of the sector and will define corrective measures.

Finally, through the identification of transnational structuring projects, the project will represent na essential link to the future 2014-2020 programming period. It will also contribute to the operational implementation of the action plan recently adopted in the framework of the EU Maritime Strategy for the Atlantic region.

Project

CINEW

Lead Partner

Comhairle Contae Mhaigh Eo (IE)

Partners

WESTBIC (IE); CEEI Bahia de Cadiz (ES); ADIST Associação para o Desenvolvimento do Instituto Superior Técnico (PT); Technopole Quimper Cornouaille (FR); Technopole Laval Mayenne (FR); University of Swansea - Institute of Life Sciences (UK)

Budget / ERDF

993,428 € / 645,726 €

Summary

This project intends to promote innovation in Small and Medium Sized Enterprises (SMEs) in the creative industries. 6 partner regions build on CISNET outcomes, providing a market place, stimulation of innovation and access to resources and expertise. 6 specific objectives are delivered through activities: 8 showcase events offer promotion and sales opportunities to internationalise SMEs; 12 creative events bring enterprises together to innovate; international matchmaking and business support to 100 enterprises, 30 gaining business benefits; innovation and knowledge transfer through advanced knowledge networking tools, resulting in a fully tested system; working network with at least six creative industry support networks across Europe; develop the 'Creative City' as a sustainable model for support to Creative enterprises.

Project

STAMAR

Lead Partner

Axencia para a Modernización Tecnolóxica de Galicia (ES)

Partners

Universidade do Porto (PT); South-East Regional Authority (IE); Universidade do Algarve (PT); Marine Institute (IE); University of Strathclyde (UK); Inesc Porto (PT); Axencia Galega de Innovación (ES); Association Technopôle Brest-Iroise (FR)

Budget / ERDF

1,341,881.81 € / 872,223.16 €

Summary

STAMAR project aims to improve the competiveness and innovation capacity of SMEs in the Atlantic Area maritime sector by facilitating technology transfer processes through the creation of a transnational centre, which demonstrate the capacities and technologies that are applicable to the maritime industry and paying special attention to those technologies that favour an environmental sustainable development.

The project focuses on six main activities in addition to management and coordination, evaluation and communication ones: sectorial technology watching; creating the technologies portfolio that best fit with the maritime sector; creating a transnational demonstrator Centre; design and development of a common transfer strategy based in “technology push”; organization of co-creation events between SMEs and investigation/technological Centers; dealing with previous selected technologies transfer.

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