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Offshore Platforms (also known as Multi-Use Platforms at Sea, or MUPS) can represent a solution to meet the growing demands of the development of marine infrastructures including offshore wind farms, marine aquaculture farms and offshore ports. As competition for space for these structures and facilities increases, MUPS could be a solution to limit the impact on marine ecosystems as well as offering socio-economic benefits for the different activities. To find out more about the business opportunities of Multi-Use Platforms at Sea and to receive regular updates, details of events and business opportunities and findings...
Date: 30/10/2018 - 16:50 | Marine South East Ltd
Marine South East's CEO Jonathan Williams recently visited South Africa in order to find local potential partners with whom to build a footprint in the Southern Afrian contintent of parties who might use satellite applications to manage their fisheries and aquaculture ventures. A number of very good meetings were held with local companies. ABAGOLD cultivates Abalone, the world's most desirable seafood at the southernmost tip of Africa. The company may be interested in using SpaceWave technologies to monitor algae blooms and for security purposes. OLRAC are a group of companies involved in fisheries management who work...
Date: 29/10/2018 - 19:39 | Marine South East Ltd

Date: 30/10/2018 - 08:51 | PROPLAST

On 19.10.2018 at Microsoft Innovation Centre Bulgaria, ICT Cluster has organized Learning and Demonstration Seminar and Conference "Industrial and Digital Transformation: Fears and Hopes" . The event was within the framework of the Smart Factory Hub project funded under the Danube Transnational program. The conference brought together representatives of innovative companies, manufacturing companies, universities, clusters, state administration and research centers from Bulgaria, the Balkans and Central Europe. Innovative Bulgarian companies presented their solutions and good practices for digitization of manufacturing to...
Date: 26/10/2018 - 08:35 | ICT Cluster

On May 31st Bucharest (Romania) a transnational meeting for the project ‘Women in Power’ , in which seven partners from Spain, Malta, Romania, the United Kingdom and Lithuania participate. Funded by the European Commission through the Erasmus + call, ‘Women in Power’ aims to reduce the professional gap between men and women in executive positions . This meeting is the second of the five planned within this project and, with it, the consortium will define the methodology and content of the training course that will be developed to train women from traditional sectors with the aim of acquiring knowledge and skills that are...
Date: 24/10/2018 - 11:22 | AMUEBLA
The goal for the first intellectual output of the project is to help to develop a comprehensive study that explores the two perspectives on the path that European women must travel to achieve executive and managerial positions. On the one hand, women who have already broken the glass ceiling will analyze what skills and competences have helped them move up within their professions. On the other hand, women who have been working in their respective traditional industries for years but have not reached boardroom positions, will provide the desired knowledge they believe could help improve their professional sectors from...
Date: 24/10/2018 - 11:20 | AMUEBLA

http://www.packagingcluster.com/?p=9771 AdPack2 brings the European intelligent packaging industry closer to the American, Canadian and, soon, Chinese international markets. The team of AdPack2, formed by the representatives of the 6 European clusters InovCluster , Plastiwin , SCS , Nanoprogress , BlaticNet Plasmatec and Packaging Cluster , have realized the first Fact Finding Mission in Chicago and Toronto. The Fact-finding Mission has been a previous investigation in the field of work, in this case in the United States and Canada, to find new contacts and collect market data. This information will allow us to generate a...
Date: 24/10/2018 - 10:12 | Packaging Cluster

CONTEX – European Network to connect research and innovation efforts on Advanced Smart Textiles – was officially established on October 11 th in Brussels. Dr. Ariadna Detrell, Cluster Manager at AEI TÈXTILS (the technical textiles’ cluster of Catalonia), led the creation of this network in 2016 along with more than 60 experts from other clusters/business associations, research centers, universities and companies from 10 European countries and Japan. Finally, the network has been established as a COST Action which will start working on November. CONTEXT has been set in the framework of COST (European Cooperation in Science...
Date: 23/10/2018 - 20:06 | AEI TÈXTILS

MAFEX organized the UK Technological Mission between the 1st and 5th of October 2018. The Spanish delegation was composed of 11-member entities of MAFEX. The technological mission aims to increase technological collaboration between Spain and the United Kingdom, offering the opportunity to understand the local ecosystem that supports innovation, receiving feedback about projects / prototypes / business plans, as well as explore and know potential partners. In collaboration with Department for Transport-DfT, the mission started with a Technical Workshop on innovation in the United Kingdom, in which high level speakers...
Date: 23/10/2018 - 10:58 | MAFEX

Last Tuesday, October the 2nd, the first of the fifteen radio programmes that the AEICE A3R+E3CN working group will make on Onda Cero Castile and León was broadcast and is now available for listening and downloading. These programs have an estimated duration of 10 minutes, and are scheduled to be aired every two weeks between October and May. Juan Carlos Suárez-Quiñones y Fernández, Minister for Development and Environment of the Regional Government of Castile and León, and Ricardo Fortuoso Martín, President of the AEICE Efficient Habitat Cluster, participated in the first programme, entitled “Efficient Homes”. The...
Date: 23/10/2018 - 06:49 | AEICE

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