Strategis Maritime ICT Cluster and the EMFF project, BlueRoSES “Blue Robotics for Sustainable Eco-friendly Services for Innovative Marinas and leisure boats,” co-organize a workshop on “Robotics in Marine & Maritime Environmental Monitoring.” This workshop will take place at the Piraeus Business Center, Agiou Dimitriou 41, Pireas 185 46, on April 29, 2022, 10:00-14:00.
Advances in blue technologies and a new generation of marine robotic systems have the potential to revolutionize the monitoring of the marine and marine environment on a global scale, offering the ability to collect and process data in unprecedented spatial and temporal resolution.
The workshop on “Robotics in Marine & Maritime Environmental Monitoring” brings together professionals and executives from research institutes, academia, industry, and the regulatory field with the aim to draw a picture of the state-of-the-art in blue robotics with applications in the marine and maritime environmental monitoring; present cases of innovative product and service solutions; and identify opportunities for new business development in the marine and maritime sustainable development sector.
Registration: Participation in the workshop, which will be conducted in English, is free and open to the public, but registration via email is required at: email@example.com. Due to limited space, only forty participants will be allowed on a priority basis by those who apply for registration by EOB on April 27, 2022.
PS: Following the workshop at the same venue there will be a presentation of the ERASMUS+ program, MaQuaM “International Qualification on Marine and Tourism for the Mediterranean Harbors.” The MaQuaM training program will be delivered by Strategis Maritime Center of Excellence in collaboration with the GMC Maritime Training Center & Maritime Academy from May to October 2022, to a group of 30 Greek students (free of charge).