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, firstname.lastname@example.org
Ole Bast, +49 421/9600-334, email@example.com
TOFR20180924001: Electronic control system for hydrofoil boats, watercraft or vessel
A French startup from Brittany has developed an electronic system which can control the movement of a hydrofoil flap or even an entire foil wing. The SME is now looking for naval architects, hydrofoil manufacturers or any project leaders working on hydrofoil watercrafts from all over Europe. A commercial agreement with technical assistance is sought with partners who are willing to add the company's automatic system in their watercraft to control the hydrofoil stability and height. A French SME created in 2015, specialized in electronics and embedded systems, aims to simplify and make sailing accessible to everyone.
TRNL20190130001: Dutch multinational is looking for data solutions to predict coating performance
The Dutch multinational is a producer of paints and coatings. They are looking for data solutions for predicting performance of their coatings. How can they collect and augment data more innovatively to make predictions for real world surface performance more accurate and help them to speed up the process of bringing new products to the market. The cooperation would be in the frame of a research or technical cooperation agreement. This technology request is part of an open innovation challenge.
TRUK20190114001: Novel solutions sought for an unsinkable ship
A multinational shipping enterprise with a registered base in Scotland (UK) is seeking novel approaches to outfit their freight and passenger ships with permanent, lightweight buoyancy features that will limit the amount of sea water that can ingress into the ship when there is a hull breach, rendering the ship essentially unsinkable.The Scottish company is looking for partnerships via a joint venture or commercial agreement with technical assistance to pilot technology on a ship.