MAAT – Marine Autonomy Project Survey

A new programme is in development, focused on supporting research, innovation and economic activity around Maritime Autonomy for the UK, and provide a platform to remove barriers to adoption of MAS.   Known as the Maritime Autonomy Assurance testbed, or MAAT, this aims to deliver an accessible and usable test and certification approach to assure the safety and […]

Maritime UK SW at Sea Tech Week 26th – 30th September 2022 at Brest France.

Maritime UK South West is partner of the event and will welcome you on its booth within the exhibition. Register now: Stakeholders across business, academia, and governmental institutions from all over the world will converge to shape the future of maritime. This year’s event invites delegates to share ideas on smarter and greener solutions […]

Poole Maritime Festival Diversity Drives Growth 24th August, Poole

Join Womens Engineering Society Hants and Dorset Cluster and Poole Marine Hub for an inspirational morning at Yunex Traffic. Learn from our speakers about their career paths, discover how to get the best from networking  and the different initiatives locally to support diversity and inclusion. Yunex Traffic, Sopers Lane, Poole, Wednesday 24th August, 8:30 – […]

Funded partnering with a research organisation to bring new knowledge and innovation into your business: Knowledge Transfer Partnerships (KTP): 2022 to 2023, Round 3

The Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP) programme allows a businesses or not for profit organisations to partner with a UK education institution, research and technology organisation (RTO) or Catapult to deliver a specific, strategic innovation project. The KTP partnership brings new skills and the latest academic thinking into the business partner to deliver a specific, strategic […]

Marine sector to benefit from more support from Marine Business Technology Centre

New funding means the Marine Business Technology Centre (MBTC) in Plymouth will operate for another 12 months, providing valuable innovation support to businesses in the county. Based in Plymouth’s Oceansgate development, the MBTC has supported nearly 400 businesses since it was established in 2018. Thanks to more than £735,000 from the European Regional Development Fund, backed by […]