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Marine-i announces RD&I support for newcomers to the marine sector

Posted on 19 Jul 2021 and read 1107 times
Marine-i announces RD&I support for newcomers to the marine sectorPicture: Josh Beech on Unsplash

Cornwall-based Marine-i is ready to help businesses take their first steps into RD&I (Research, Development and Innovation) of products or services for the marine tech sector.

Part funded by the European Regional Development Fund, Marine-i is designed to help the marine tech sector in Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly grow through harnessing the full potential of research and innovation.

Professor Lars Johanning, Marine-i programme director, said: “At this stage in our highly successful programme, we are keen to support the development of projects led by innovative businesses which can be realised within relatively short timeframes and which deliver significant impact relative to the investment required.

“These could either be businesses already operating in the marine tech sector or businesses in a related field, such as engineering, manufacturing, software or artificial intelligence, which would like to take advantage of the many fast-growing opportunities in marine technology.”

Fast-growing developments

He continued: “The marine tech landscape in Cornwall is vibrant and dynamic, with exciting emerging opportunities such as floating offshore wind in the Celtic Sea and many other fast-growing developments such as new methods of marine propulsion, greater use of autonomous vehicles and other innovative ways of helping meet the climate emergency and protect our oceans.”

Matt Hodson, marine operations director at Marine-i partner, Cornwall Development Company, said: “Areas of current focus include the use of data to support sectors like floating offshore wind and we especially welcome further dialogue with businesses interested in this area.

“The support available through Marine-i includes expert research support, access to world-class test facilities and sometimes grant support. It is one of the most comprehensive support programmes for innovation available anywhere in the world.

“We are excited to see many examples of businesses and start-ups in Cornwall that are set to make a big impact on marine tech markets, which are newcomers to the sector. These businesses often punch above their weight and we are keen to work with more of these kind of businesses, helping them to accelerate their innovation and fulfil their potential.”