InnovaMare project will bring cross-border collaboration between science and private sector on a higher level and will facilitate the involvement of SMEs in international networks.
InnovaMare project aims to enhance collaboration on technology transfer by creating innovative network for underwater robotics and sensors.
The Adriatic Sea is facing major impacts from overfishing and pollution. Solid waste, direct discharge of wastewater and oil pollution are key negative factors for the degradation of coastal and marine ecosystems.
InnovaMare strategic project will jointly develop and establish an innovation ecosystem model in the area of underwater robotics and sensors for purposes of monitoring and surveillance sector with a mission-oriented on the sustainability of the Adriatic Sea.
InnovaMare strategic project will tackle one of the main current challenges: increasing the effectiveness of the innovation activities in the relevant fields of the blue economy.
By enhancing the transfer of knowledge within the cooperation area between the enterprises, R&D centers, higher education and the public sector through education and capacity building actions for different stakeholders.
Ruđer Bošković institute will be involved in Innovamare project through marina station Martinska where will be established HUB for underwater robotics and sensors.
As a part of project Institute will obtain new research boat as a now step in the future of marine research.
- CROATIAN CHAMBER OF ECONOMY
- Unioncamere del Veneto
- University of Dubrovnik
- University of Rijeka
- University of Trieste (UNITS)
- Agency for Technology and Innovation of Apulia
- COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY SRL
- NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF OCEANOGRAPHY AND EXPERIMENTAL GEOPHYSICS – OGS
- Ruđer Bošković Institute
- Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing (FER) is part of University of Zagreb
- Šibenik-Knin County