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1 2 nd Annual Maritime Business & Technology Summit – San Diego - November Sea Innovation & Business Cluster

2 2 nd Annual Maritime Business & Technology Summit – San Diego - November What is a competitiveness cluster ? The combination of private companies, education centres and public or private research organisations. The actors are engaged in a partnership mainly through innovative collaborative projects, The partners are located in a given geographical area, The partners are focused on a field of activity (market or technology oriented) The competitiveness policy is a French governmental initiative launched at the end of 2004

3 2 nd Annual Maritime Business & Technology Summit – San Diego - November members in PACA 210 private companies (145 SME) employees 83 laboratories, research institutes, universities, management and engineer schools researchers and more than students Innovation in the field of maritime safety and security and sustainable development Network

4 2 nd Annual Maritime Business & Technology Summit – San Diego - November Safety and Security Sustainable development Maritime Security and Safety Marine energy resources Naval & Nautism Biological resources Environment and coastal engineering Complex Information and Communication Systems Marine and Submarine Technologies Biology, sea biotechnologies and Environment Strategy

5 2 nd Annual Maritime Business & Technology Summit – San Diego - November Axis 5 Themes 10 Federative programmes Security and Safety Maritime security and safety Maritime protection Environmental Risk Prevention Naval and NautismShip of the Future (green ship) Sustainable Development Energy resources Deep Offshore Renewable Marine Energy Biological resources Sustainable Aquaculture Blue Biotechnology Environment and Coastal engineering Water management in coastal zone Port of the Future Marine Environmental Services Strategy

6 2 nd Annual Maritime Business & Technology Summit – San Diego - November Dynamics of the projects Maritime Safety and Security Naval and Nautism Marine Energy Resources Marine Biological Resources Environment and coastal Engineering TOTAL Labelled projects Budget of labelled projects M63.98 M63.28 M67.57 M74.32 M365.24M Granted projects Budget of granted projects M58.66 M20.28 M56.59M59.53 M280.3 M (Chiffres incluant les projets Fui, ANR, OSEO, APRF, … et EUROPE) + 2 platforms in « biological resources » topic (2,4 M)

7 2 nd Annual Maritime Business & Technology Summit – San Diego - November International Strategy Europe : Identify European maritime clusters and create partnerships. Help our members to access to the FP and others European programs (4 projects are already granted and two are in waiting list) Mediterranean Basin : North African countries Oriental Mediterranean countries : Turkish, Libya, Egypt, Israel World : Canada, USA Brazil South East Asia Thanks to its overseas territories, France is the 2 nd Maritime World leader (EEZ : 11 Millions km 2 ) : Antilles, Réunion, Polynésie, Nouvelle Calédonie Agreement with Qualitropic Agreement with Faahotu, Polynesian cluster

8 2 nd Annual Maritime Business & Technology Summit – San Diego - November MSS funded & running projects Projets collaboratifs SECMARSystème de sécurité portuaire phase 1TUS CAP-NGCapteur acoustique passif nouvelle générationCHRISAR SYRENSuivi des entrées sorties des navires dans les ports de plaisanceINSILIO RATCOMSystème d'alerte précoce de tsunamisTAS SEA EXPLORER Glider sous-marinACSA SCANMARISDétection des comportements douteux de naviresDCNS RAPACEDrone aérien pour l'assistance à la lutte anti pollutionGEOCEAN REPCETReport des positions des grands cétacés entre navires de ligneCHRISAR MWPSSystème de réactions non létales à une intrusion maritimeCS SECULMERLocaliser un être humain ou un objet en situation de danger en merUlmer STRADIVARI US Système TRAnshorizon Décamétrique dIdentification de Vaisseaux et dAéronefsDIGINEXT ASPECTAutomatisme Sécurisés Portuaires pour l'exploitation, la Classification et la TraçabilitéMGPS SIMODESignature MicroOndes du Déferlement et de l'EcumeLSEET GAMBITSGAMe-Based Intelligent Strategies (jeux video interactif dédié à la surveillance maritime)UPETEC BORABubble occurrence and risk attritionBF SYSTEMES PARAMILLSCroix de Mills paramétriqueIXWAVES BIMACBarrière par Imagerie AcoustiqueSOFRESUD GREENAROptimal Energy Balancing (GREEN) Navigation and RangingOSEAN Programmes européens I2C Integrated System for Interoperable sensors and Information sources for Common abnormarl behaviour detection and collaborative identification of threat DCNS TOSCATracking oil spills and coastal awareness networkPôle Mer PACA

9 2 nd Annual Maritime Business & Technology Summit – San Diego - November FP7 European Commission Sea Border Surveillance Beyond the increase of various threats of lucrative criminal activities, and terrorism, European Community decides to act by funding R&D projects in order to develop an innovative solution to increase Sea Border Surveillance. DCNS and its European partners decided to propose I2C, a new system which will be able to permanently track and monitor all type of ship traffics in vulnerable trading lanes and zones in order to detect abnormal or illicit vessel behaviour. I2C stand for Integrated System for Interoperable sensors & Information sources for Common abnormal vessel behaviour detection & Collaborative identification of threat

10 2 nd Annual Maritime Business & Technology Summit – San Diego - November I2C layer system architecture solution Current operational systems Under development systems Future systems Early decisionInvestigation and study Layer 2 (RMP) Recognised Maritime Picture Layer 4 Decision support tools for threat identification and Reporting (proof of concept : TAMARIS) Enquiry file DB External naval objects External data base Layer 1 Network of sensors and platforms Layer 3 Automatic detection and alert on suspect or dangerous vessels behaviour (proof of concept : SCANMARIS)

11 2 nd Annual Maritime Business & Technology Summit – San Diego - November A Shore based sensors platform with conventional and new type of sensors Conventional coastal radar – FURUNO Finland – for surveillance of territory water. Optical camera (remotely controlled) – AJECO Finland – for specific sector surveillance at high resolution and focus on pointed vessel for recognition. Long range radar (HFSWR) prototype – ONERA France – for surveillance up to 200 nautical miles from shoreline Frequency modulation radar (FMCWR) prototype – ROCKWELL COLLINS France – for small craft detections AIS (Automatic Identification System) coastal stations network – DCNS France

12 2 nd Annual Maritime Business & Technology Summit – San Diego - November Allowing the use of deployable sensors platform and Tactical Data Links Civilian Deployable sensor platform capabilities : Instrumented Zeppelin – Germany – for large maritime zone surveillance (high resolution optical image, video cameras turret, radars and AIS receiver, high data rate telecommunication payload. Instrumented aircraft – ONERA France for local node high resolution surveillance (X, L and P bands radars) and multi spectral (visible and infrared bandwidths) high resolution camera. Military Navy Air platforms fitted with Link 11

13 2 nd Annual Maritime Business & Technology Summit – San Diego - November Deployable sensors platform Civilian Vessel Instrumented vessel – DCNS France, fitted with an ARPA, AIS, CESM console to perform local operational traffic picture (abnormal vessel behaviour detection) USV platform – DCNS France equipped of an infra-red surveillance camera (operated from on board Zeppelin, vessel patrol or shore …) Military Vessel fitted with Link 11 Processed satellite imagery – JRC Belgium. Processed satellite images are used in I2C for both to derive intelligent information and evaluate the system performances (correlation between processed satellite images and the Common Operational Picture).

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15 2 nd Annual Maritime Business & Technology Summit – San Diego - November Patrick Baraona Pôle Mer PACA Director Tel : Thank you for your attention Speaker Dr. Bernard Tomasini Business Manager Tel :


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