Register for the round table/conference Innovative Solutions for the Sustainability of the Adriatic Sea, which is jointly organized by the InnovaMare strategic project and SUSHI DROP project, which will be held on Tuesday, April 27 and Wednesday, April 28, in Zadar and online.
The InnovaMare project is designed to develop and establish a model of the innovation ecosystem in the field of underwater robotics and sensors for the purposes of monitoring, control and surveillance of pollution in the Adriatic Sea.
The SUSHI DROP project deals with the development of custom drones (UUV technology) with acoustic equipment and optical technology, and for the development of non-invasive methods of environmental habitat assessment, fish stocks and general monitoring of marine ecosystem biodiversity in areas where classical sampling is not possible.
One of the main challenges of the InnovaMare project is to increase the efficiency of innovation activities in the relevant areas of the blue economy - by increasing the transfer of knowledge within the area of cooperation.
The aim of this cooperation is to combine knowledge, experience and information from the strategic and operational level with the aim of developing new innovative solutions through the innovation ecosystem with a mission on the sustainability of the Adriatic Sea.
The focus of this event is to bring together stakeholders as decision-makers at the national, local and regional level as well as the scientific research community and open a discussion on the development of innovative solutions through the innovation ecosystem in the blue growth area.
On the first day, April 27, 2021, emphasis is on placed on the InnovaMare project and importance of decision makers in creating and sustainability of the innovation ecosystem as well as the importance of availability of funding sources in the development of new technological products and services for the preservation of the Adriatic Sea.
The second day, April 28, 2021, is dedicated to the results of the SUSHI DROP project and the development of adapted drones (UUV technology) with acoustic equipment and optical technology for the development of non-invasive methods for assessing the state of the environment, fish stocks and general monitoring of marine ecosystem biodiversity. examples of good practice will show the importance of technology in the tradition of fishermen and the preservation of the Adriatic.
The round table/conference will be held according to the AGENDA. Participation is free and can be attended online, and you can register using the form below post on this link until Monday, April 26, 2021.
Additional information and instructions for connecting to organized events will be provided to applicants in a timely manner. A simultaneous translation service is planned, and the event will be recorded.
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