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Pôle Mer Bretagne et Pôle Mer PACA:  Pôle Mer Bretagne et Pôle Mer PACA Maritime competitiveness clusters What is a competitiveness cluster ? :  What is a competitiveness cluster ? the combination of companies, training centres and public and private research centres, engaged in a partnership, to create synergies around common innovative maritime projects, in a given geographical area. The Pôle Mer Bretagne and the Pôle Mer PACA are two of sixteen global competitiveness clusters recognized by the French government in July 2005 What is a competitiveness cluster ?:  What is a competitiveness cluster ? Randamp;D projects proposed by these centres shall meet four main requirements : To create new wealth with high added value and to create qualified jobs ; To be able to position itself on world markets that are characterised by a high potential for growth ; To go on in-depth partnerships between actors, with a structured and quality governance ; To define objectives and means of an efficient strategy for economical development et innovation Financing :  Financing 1,5 billions euros between 2006 and 2008 State : 400 millions euros (between ministries of Industry, of research and of land planning) 300 millions euros : tax relief (exemptions on corporate tax and social charges of researchers). 800 millions given by agencies and national bodies (Agence Nationale de la Recherche, Agence de l'Innovation Industrielle, OSEO, la Caisse des Dépôts et Consignations). Pôle Mer Bretagne and Pôle Mer PACA:  Pôle Mer Bretagne and Pôle Mer PACA Innovation in the fields of maritime safety and security andamp; sustainable development, Pôle Mer Bretagne and Pôle Mer PACA:  Pôle Mer Bretagne and Pôle Mer PACA Economic competitiveness with a global focus Toulon Brest Pôle Mer Bretagne Pôle Mer PACA Pôle Mer Bretagne and Pôle Mer PACA:  Pôle Mer Bretagne and Pôle Mer PACA Complementary specificities Bretagne Sea : Atlantic Ocean Salinity : medium Tide : strong Coastal depth : small Maritime traffic : heavy Provence Alpes Côte d’Azur Sea : Mediterranean Sea Salinity : high Tide : nil Coastal depth : tall Maritime traffic : more weak The maritime competitiveness clusters Key Figures in Provence Alpes Côte d’Azur :  The maritime competitiveness clusters Key Figures in Provence Alpes Côte d’Azur 334 industrial companies , 117 members of the cluster making a turnover of more than 3 billions euros and more than 20 000 direct jobs, 59 research and education centres, 2100 public and private researchers and more than 2100 graduates by year, Toulon, first French military maintenance harbour, 200 millions euros quoted in initial Randamp;D projects The maritime competitiveness clusters Key Figures in Brittany:  The maritime competitiveness clusters Key Figures in Brittany 2 900 public andamp; private researchers (half of French force), 347 enterprises (50 having more than 100 employees), Brest is the first French civilian maintenance harbour 2000 graduates / year in Sea sciences or related jobs More than 180M€ quoted in initial Randamp;D projects The maritime competitiveness clusters : Actors in Brittany:  The maritime competitiveness clusters : Actors in Brittany Actors in the field of research : Ifremer CNRS l’Université de Bretagne Occidentale (UBO – including Institut Universitaire Européen de la Mer – IUEM) Main institution of the Service Hydrographique et Océanographique de la Marine (SHOM) l’IPEV (Institut Polaire Français-Paul Emile Victor), CEDRE Companies :  DCN  SOBRENA  THALES  IXCore, Actimar, Atlantide, nke,  VEOLIA  Plastimo, Boost, Hocer,  Sciences et Mer, Goémar, Timac  ECA, Martec, …. The maritime competitiveness clusters : Actors in Provence Alpes Côte d’Azur :  The maritime competitiveness clusters : Actors in Provence Alpes Côte d’Azur Actors in the field of research : Ifremer CNRS The Universities of Nice-Sophia Antipolis, Toulon and Aix-Marseille I, II et III INRIA, IRD, OOV, COM, CEREGE, CPPM BRGM, Collège de France, CETMEF ISEN, EGIM, ENSAM, IPFM … Companies : DCN THALES VEOLIA CNIM , TECHNICATOME SOPRA, ORTEC Principia, CMRACRI ECA, CYBERNETIX, Bertin Technologie ACSA,BMTI,SYSTEMIQUE The maritime competitiveness clusters : 2 axis, 5 themes :  The maritime competitiveness clusters : 2 axis, 5 themes Altogether, more than 50 cooperation projects are planned over five themes : Maritime safety and maritime security Engineering, maintenance and services in the maritime field Exploitation of marine energy resources Exploitation and development of marine biological resources Environment andamp; coastal engineering Pôle Mer Bretagne et Pôle Mer PACA : an innovative governance :  Pôle Mer Bretagne et Pôle Mer PACA : an innovative governance Commun steering and coordination committee Core engeniering andamp; animation team working group Core engeniering andamp; animation team working group Cooperation Randamp;D projects Between industry and research Cooperation Randamp;D projects Between industry and research Brittany steering committee PACA steering committee Examples of projects recognised by Pôle Mer:  Examples of projects recognised by Pôle Mer Maritime safety and maritime security ASEMAR, autonomous underwater vehicle (AUV), EX-TREME : high-speed transmission of data at sea for all types of vessels using radio and satellite link compatibility depending on a vessel’s position, PIRANA : a new radar head intended for airborne maritime surveillance of fishing, pollution, illegal trafficking, illegal immigration, etc... SECMAR : a safety system for property, people and facilities within a sensitive maritime zone, CAPASEATY : it develops an observation andamp; intervention system dedicated to extended marine safety including many risks, MODENA : a platform for marine environment modelling and simulation of complex monitoring systems. An essential tool for developing new 'intelligent' sensors and surveillance systems. Examples of projects recognisedby Pôle Mer:  Examples of projects recognised by Pôle Mer Engineering, maintenance and services in the maritime field CORONAV : system for detecting hidden corrosion on the most inaccessible parts of a ship. The inspection system combines electro-magnetism and ultrasound technology. PAINTCLEAN : environmentally friendly antifouling paint for ships and submerged equipment, composed of biodegradable molecules, some of marine origin. PRONOSTICS : Real-time prognosis of faults in critical vessel systems. Setting up an e-maintenance platform designed to enable the development of new prognostics technologies for naval systems maintenance. Examples of projects recognisedby Pôle Mer:  Examples of projects recognised by Pôle Mer Exploitation of marine energy resources MARENERGIE uses tidal power to generate energy. It shows the advantages of harnessing the power of wave currents, a predictable source of energy not reliant on weather conditions.. CETOP : setting up a centre of expertise dedicated to offshore exploration/production techniques, for innovation and services for the industry Examples of projects recognised by Pôle Mer:  Examples of projects recognised by Pôle Mer Exploitation and development of marine biological resources : fishing and fish farming OPTIPÊCHE : to equip ships with fish detection sonar, ocean depth survey capabilities and electronically guided trawling, INTERNET PÊCHE BAS COÛT : Moderately priced internet connectivity for boats less than 25 meters, ITIS : Acoustic technology to improve catch selection techniques, COGEPECHE: to improve the organization of commercial relations between the fishing industry and the consumer, ORMEAUX: to develop ormer farming, ECOKELP : to understand why Laminaria stocks decline, because of climate change and/or human pressures on the environment. Examples of projects recognised by Pôle Mer:  Examples of projects recognised by Pôle Mer Exploitation and development of marine biological resources : biotechnology SEALACIAN : new molecules for fighting infection and cancer found in a selachian species, I2D : molecule screening technique to explore the potential therapeutic properties of marine vegetation and hydrothermally sourced bacteria, DEEP OASES : exploration deep-ocean areas lying, particularly around hydrothermals and cold seeps, home to organisms adapted to the toxicity of the environment. Examples of projects recognised by Pôle Mer:  Examples of projects recognised by Pôle Mer Environmental and coastal management GIRAC : Integrated management of coastal waste water treatment based on simulation of waste water networks and their impact on the coastal area. Use for monitoring plant efficiency, assisting in decision-making process and providing information to public, NOOS : Salinity sensor based on optics technology and designed for profilers used in monitoring oceans, REGICOLOUR : A marine environment surveillance project supported by an operational service that processes, distributes and develops the use of ocean colour data obtained via spaceborne remote sensing, STRACES : passive sensor for detecting trace elements of so-called emerging contaminants, pharmaceutical product residues, L–CAT : aims to construct a hybrid vessel prototype (landing barge + catamaran): coastal operations system and landing craft. Pôle Mer Bretagne and Pôle Mer PACA: A common cause:  Pôle Mer Bretagne and Pôle Mer PACA: A common cause Businesses – Innovating to increase competitiveness and gain control of world markets Centres of research and higher education – Promoting economic development of their research Men and women – Internationally attuned and contributing to regional economic development by creating activities and jobs Slide21:  Contacts Pôle Mer Bretagne : www.pole-mer-bretagne.com Director : Patrick Poupon patrick.poupon@pole-mer-bretagne.com Pôle Mer PACA http://polemerpaca.tvt.fr Director : Patrick Baraona baraona@tvt.fr

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