24. Oktober 2017

Internationale Kooperationsgesuche aus dem maritimen Sektor

Das Maritime Cluster Norddeutschland arbeitet eng mit dem Enterprise Europe Network zusammen. Im Rahmen der Kooperationspartnerschaft können individuelle Kontakte zu internationalen Geschäfts- und Forschungspartnern hergestellt werden. Nachfolgend finden Sie aktuelle internationale Kooperationsgesuche aus dem maritimen Sektor. Für weitere Informationen wenden Sie sich bitte unter Angabe der Chiffre-Nummer an Silke Schleiff oder Ole Bast vom Enterprise Europe Network.

Silke Schleiff, +49 40 76629-6355, schleiff@tutech.de
Ole Bast, +49 421/9600-334, ole.bast@wah.bremen.de

BRSG20160219001: A marine electronics systems integrator SME in Singapore is looking for suppliers or manufacturers who are offering telecommunication, navigational & automation systems
Details: A Singapore SME specializes in distribution and integrating marine electronics systems and providing support services for the marine and offshore oil & gas industries is looking for suppliers or manufacturers offering telecommunication systems to widen their product offerings. This can be arranged through a distribution services agreement, commercial agency agreement for companies from Norway, Netherlands, Greece, Germany and United Kingdom.

TOIT20170526001: Method and apparatus for the spatial measurement over time of the surface of the sea from mobile platforms
Details: An Italian university developed a method and apparatus for the spatial measurement over time of the surface of the sea from mobile platforms. The system can be used to ensure safety for the navigation of ves-sels or safety of operations on offshore platforms. Industrial partners interested in patent license/assignment or technical co-operation agreements to further develop the technology for specific applications are sought. Academic partners for research collaboration agreements are also sought.

TONL20170711001: Maritime fuel reduction technology - based on predictive modelling and big data - for ship owners of short / deep sea ships
Details: A Dutch tech-startup, combining maritime research and experience, has developed a fuel efficiency service for seagoing ships. The company uses big data based predictive models to provide insight on fuel saving opportunities. Savings up to 20% on fuel consumption have been proven. Recom-mendations vary from aspects of operation to the configuration of propulsion. The company is looking for owners, of short sea and deep sea ships for commercial agreements with technical assistance.

TRNL20170922001: A leading Dutch supplier in the dredging industry wants to optimize the dredging process by offering the vessel operator a more intuitive and easy interface
Details: The company is looking for partners in the field of user interface design for control of complex processes. It aims to set up a cooperative pilot/research project to show the potential and the applicability of new user interface concepts in the dredging environment within the framework of a technical or a research cooperation agreement.

TRUK20170814001: Technology sought for recovering energy from exhaust gases
Details: A multinational shipping enterprise with a registered base in Scotland (UK) is seeking novel, cost-effective approaches to recover energy from the exhaust gases of ship engines and to transform it into more useful energy such as electricity to supply hotel loads on board the ship. The Scottish company is looking for partnerships via a commercial agreement with technical assistance or a technical cooperation agreement. The company is especially interested in technologies that are near to market.

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