24. Juni 2019

Internationale Kooperationsgesuche und B2B-Gespräche bei der MEER KONTAKTE

Internationale Kooperationsgesuche aus dem maritimen Sektor

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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

 

Internationales Frühstück bei der MEER KONTAKTE

Bei der Messe MEER KONTAKTE laden das Enterprise Europe Network und das Maritime Cluster Norddeutschland Sie am 24. Oktober 2019 zum internationalen Frühstück und B2B-Gesprächen mit internationalen Gästen ein. Teilen Sie uns gerne Ihre Kooperationsinteressen mit, damit wir diese im Vorfeld bei der internationalen Bewerbung berücksichtigen und gegebenenfalls gezielt Unternehmen für Sie ansprechen können.

Silke Schleiff, +49 40 76629-6355, schleiff@tutech.de

 

Internationale Kooperationsgesuche

TRES20190513001: A Spanish software development company, specialised in developing tailored software, is looking for a manufacturing company specialised in the construction of load-bearing structures  as wind turbine towers, high voltage towers or telecommunication towers, to assist in the improvement and validation of the server, e.g. by providing real data for validation or feedback to improve performance. The company would like to reach a technical cooperation agreement.

BRES20190517001: Spanish technological SME specialised in automatic cleaning systems for ships is looking for a provider (manufacturing agreement) of a brushless sensorless outrunner DC motor to integrate into a robot for underwater cleaning of ship hulls.

TODK20190513001: A Danish company has developed a breakthrough nanometer-thin adhesion technology enabling easy bonding of metal, glass and other materials to plastics. The nanocoating is invisible, extremely strong and can endure harsh conditions, while chemically safe, environmentally friendly and designed for easy disassembly of components. Application for offshore and marine industry could be as anti-fouling coating against marine organisms etc., the adhesion is robust enough to withstand conditions in harsh environments, watertight against biofilm etc. They are looking to license the technology to production companies in various industries which are developing new products, launching new business strategies etc.

TRFI20190620001: A Finnish corporate venturing house is looking for new technologies from start-ups and growth companies to apply for an accelerator program in the maritime field. Applicants are expected from focus areas which are such as waste management, new materials, energy efficiency, artificial intelligence, operational efficiency and transparency and safety. The deadline for proposal submissions is August 11th 2019.

TRUK20190514001: Scottish (UK) R&D SME with their lead market being the European salmon farming industry seek a partner who possess proven expertise in the design, manufacture and servicing of acoustic arrays for the transmission of acoustic frequencies in water. In particular the design and manufacture of transducers, active hydrophones and sonar arrays to protect farmed fish health. Commercial agreement with technical assistance is sought.