KETMaritime project workshop on the application of KET to the Economy of the Sea
Find out about Key Enabling Technologies to drive innovation and competitiveness in your business
Marine South East will be hosting a workshop, as part of the KETMaritime Interreg Atlantic Area project, looking at how a number of Key Enabling Technologies such as micro and nanoelectronics, nanotechnology, industrial biotechnology, advanced materials, photonics and advanced manufacturing technologies are driving innovation and competitiveness in the maritime sector. The event will take place at Ocean Business on Tuesday 9th April 2019 (10am-12 noon) at the National Oceanography Centre and is free to attend.
The workshop will include discussion of a number of case studies to enable firms to understand how some of these technologies could directly assist their business by bringing new processes, products and services to market. There will also be a review of the innovation potential and barriers to overcome for adoption of some of the technologies. The event would be of interest to both SMEs and larger companies who are interested in learning about Key Enabling Technologies that could transform their business.
Please note you will also need to register to attend the Ocean Business Exhibition and Conference at https://www.oceanbusiness.com
Source: KETmaritime project
Published on: 2019-04-04
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