October
15 - Friday Inter
15 - Friday Leadtech
14 - Thursday Un ponte per la ricerca: il prossimo bando per progetti industriali e di ricerca e sviluppo
13 - Wednesday (Italiano) Improving the sustainability of maritime transport in the Adriatic Sea
12 - Tuesday Un questionario sulle future iniziative
11 - Monday (Italiano) Barcolana Job: alla scoperta dei mestieri del mare!
September
30 - Thursday Presentation of innovative robotic solutions for the preservation of the Adriatic Sea
29 - Wednesday (Italiano) La rotte verso i mestieri del mare:mareFVG per Barcolana Job!
20 - Monday (Italiano) Interviste dal ntwk: Sea Green Engineering
20 - Monday (Italiano) Interviste dal ntwk: Huracane Marine
20 - Monday (Italiano) Interviste dal ntwk: FRIULDEV
20 - Monday (Italiano) Le migliori idee innovative del progetto Cluster ACT presentate al Salone Nautico di Genova
17 - Friday (Italiano) Trieste può diventare una hydrogen city
10 - Friday (Italiano) Il successo delle Summer School CNR-mareFVG
06 - Monday (Italiano) I progetti mareFVG sbarcano al SIMAI 2020+1 a Parma
August
12 - Thursday Chu
July
16 - Friday Italy and Croatia share innovative solutions ideas for a more sustainable Adriatic Sea
16 - Friday (Italiano) Interviste dal network: SEAMOD
16 - Friday (Italiano) Interviste dal network: The Keel Servant
16 - Friday (Italiano) Interviste dal network: Serigi Engineering
15 - Thursday (Italiano) Il progetto PRELICA vola all’Expo 2020 Dubai
15 - Thursday (Italiano) Sviluppo della Blue Economy nell’area Adriatico -Ionica: prospettive su Education e Skills
15 - Thursday (Italiano) 2021-2027: Approvata la Strategia di Specializzazione Intelligente FVG
13 - Tuesday Italy and Croatia meet in Bari for promoting the blue growth and sustainability of the Adriatic Sea
June
10 - Thursday (Italiano) Interviste dal network: Officine TL Compositi
10 - Thursday (Italiano) Interviste dal network: PME Mare
10 - Thursday (Italiano) Interviste dal network: MaterialScan
10 - Thursday (Italiano) Verso le tecnologie marittime del futuro
10 - Thursday (Italiano) Competenze marittime per la ripartenza
10 - Thursday (Italiano) Invia la tua soluzione o prodotto innovativo per il settore marittimo e prendi parte al Salone Nautico di Genova
10 - Thursday (Italiano) Due corsi per rispondere alle sfide di decarbonizzazione globali dell’industria del trasporto per le vie d’acqua
07 - Monday (Italiano) INNOVAMARE: I DIRITTI DI PROPRIETÀ INTELLETTUALE AL CENTRO DELL’ATTIVITÀ FORMATIVA SUL BUSINESS
May
21 - Friday (Italiano) Il FVG nel workshop europeo sul ruolo dei cluster marittimi nella ripresa verde
17 - Monday In
17 - Monday (Italiano) Interviste dal network: Cantiere Navale Vittoria
17 - Monday (Italiano) Interviste dal network: Indico Technologies
17 - Monday Call for enterprises: Cluster ACT International Matching event
14 - Friday International Cluster ACT Matching event: the call is open!
13 - Thursday (Italiano) Due Summer School in partenza a luglio
03 - Monday (Italiano) L’attività didattica Ribaltamento: la sicurezza è un gioco di pesi torna in formato digitale al Festival Scienza Under 18
April
30 - Friday (Italiano) Maria Cristina Pedicchio è il nuovo Presidente di mareFVG
30 - Friday (Italiano) L’Assemblea di mareFVG rinnova gli Organi, secondo l’indirizzo della RFVG: novità e continuità
21 - Wednesday (Italiano) SOLUZIONI INNOVATIVE PER LA SOSTENIBILITÀ DEL MAR ADRIATICO
19 - Monday (Italiano) Partecipa ai prossimi Tavoli di lavoro di mareFVG!
14 - Wednesday (Italiano) Il ruolo dei cluster nell’ecosistema dell’innovazione in ambito marittimo
13 - Tuesday (Italiano) Interviste dal network: Novacavi
13 - Tuesday (Italiano) Interviste dal network: Teleconsys
13 - Tuesday (Italiano) Interviste dal network: Northern Light Composites
13 - Tuesday (Italiano) Presentazione del nuovo accordo mareFVG – ENEA Tech: verso nuove tecnologie applicate a cantieristica navale e nautica
12 - Monday (Italiano) European Maritime Day 2021: le attività di mareFVG
09 - Friday (Italiano) Sviluppa con mareFVG i progetti del futuro – evento 15/04/2021
March
25 - Thursday (Italiano) Fondo Ideas Powered for Business
25 - Thursday (Italiano) EUROPEAN INNOVATION COUNCIL WORK PROGRAM 2021
16 - Tuesday (Italiano) Interviste dal network – MDM Team
16 - Tuesday (Italiano) Interviste dal network – Area 3
16 - Tuesday (Italiano) Interviste dal network – AEP Polymers
16 - Tuesday (Italiano) Vanguard Initiative: una nuova opportunità di crescita per il comparto marittimo regionale
16 - Tuesday (Italiano) Imbarcazioni solari e green al centro dell’evento TIP! del 25/03/2021
February
26 - Friday INNOVATION AND SUSTAINBILITY FOR THE PROTECTION OF THE ADRIATIC SEA CONCLUSIONS OF THE TWO-DAYS PANEL DISCUSSION OF THE INNOVAMARE PROJECT
09 - Tuesday (Italiano) Interviste dal network: Tecnoship
09 - Tuesday (Italiano) Interviste dal network: SULTAN
09 - Tuesday (Italiano) Interviste dal network: Nablawave
08 - Monday (Italiano) Eventi TIP! di febbraio: Robotica marina e tecnologie per il comfort a bordo
02 - Tuesday ON 18 AND 19 FEBRUARY 2021 THE ROUND TABLE ORGANIZED BY UNIONCAMERE VENETO WITHIN THE “INNOVAMARE” PROJECT
January
29 - Friday G
18 - Monday (Italiano) Interviste dal network: ELEMENTS WORKS
18 - Monday (Italiano) Interviste dal network: MICAD
18 - Monday (Italiano) Interviste dal network: NavalHEAD
18 - Monday (Italiano) TIP! Compositi sostenibili e processi di produzione avanzati – 26/01/2021
15 - Friday (Italiano) In epansione la community di mareFVG!
14 - Thursday (Italiano) Dal network di UBE2 e SAFE nasce un nuovo step: tesi di Laurea e Master

Presentation of innovative robotic solutions for the preservation of the Adriatic Sea

30 September 2021

The Breaking the Surface workshop, held from September 26th to October 3rd in Biograd na Moru, presented the strategic project InnovaMare and interesting new robotic and sensory solutions for the control and monitoring of Adriatic Sea pollution, created as a result of cooperation between project partners. Innovative robots were presented at the workshop by partners from the Croatian Chamber of Economy (CCE), the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing (FEC) of the University of Zagreb and the National Research Council (CNR) ISMAR from Italy.

Specifically, there are two robots – Korkyra, which is intended for monitoring fish farms and SWAMP for monitoring environmental parameters in wetlands – and a system of smart buoys that will monitor the quality of the sea.

Nikola Mišković from FEC described in more detail the technical solutions that is created in their Laboratory for Underwater Systems and Technologies (LAPOST). “A heterogeneous marine robotic system consisting of a modular autonomous Korkyra catamaran developed at FEC and commercially available Blueye PRO dives aims to solve the problems of monitoring fish nets and cages in fish farms. The catamaran is able to perform autonomous inspection missions important for aquaculture, to independently (visually) inspects the nets and determines whether there is fouling and damage. It also monitors the seabed under the cage by monitoring the level of sedimented fish food residues and surrounding water so that algae blooms can respond in a timely manner. This frees divers from performing long-term, monotonous, and sometimes even dangerous work “, said Mišković, and referred to the multifunctional smart buoys for the detection and monitoring of pollution and monitoring the state of the sea and water quality.

“The anchored buoy collects, processes and stores measurements of various environmental indicators using built-in sensors, while algorithms for optimizing energy consumption as well as renewable energy sources provide it with long-term autonomy. Buoy also uses acoustic communication to use sensor units placed on the seabed, such as those for detecting oil and oil, measuring water turbidity and the concentration of chlorophyll, green algae and organic matter dissolved in water. The goal is, among other things, to make this information publicly available for real-time monitoring via an intuitive website, which suggests its application in tourism-oriented areas, “explained Mišković.

The third robotic ecology fighter called SWAMP comes from the Italian CNR (National Research Council), and yet it is a modular catamaran that can sail in just a few inches of water making it ideal for monitoring environmental parameters in extremely shallow waters characteristic of wetlands.

Massimo Caccia of CNR said they had developed two prototype robots to study inland waters and wetlands, which he said are the foundation of social and economic sustainability. “Such an environment requires special robotic solutions with specific sensors. Today, autonomous surveillance systems are becoming the key to quality data collection, which has not been possible so far due to inadequate tools, “said Caccia.

Mateo Ivanac, head of the InnovaMare Strategic Project, pointed out that the pollution of the Adriatic Sea ecosystem is a great challenge. “Therefore, it is urgent to react by joint cooperation between science and the private sector, due to the possible consequences. Not only in terms of the environment, but also in terms of economy in sectors like fisheries, tourism, aquaculture and maritime affairs. Innovamare as an innovation HUB enables stakeholders to gain knowledge and resources at the right time and in the right place in order to bring their ideas and innovations to the market, as soon as possible “, said Ivanac.

InnovaMare project is designed to develop and establish a model of innovation ecosystem in the field of underwater robotics and sensors for the purposes of monitoring, control and monitoring of pollution in the Adriatic Sea. It is worth 5.6 million euros, and its partner consortium consists of 14 partners from Croatia and Italy. One of the main challenges of the project is through a multidisciplinary approach and cooperation between the public and private sectors, to encourage the development of new tools, processes and technologies and contribute to increasing competitiveness in the Blue Economy. The main result of the project implementation will be the establishment of DIH (Digital Innovation HUB) for underwater robotics and sensors and Living Lab in the Adriatic Sea. Digital innovation HUB – DIH MAiROS – the main platform for the development of solutions for monitoring and forecasting pollution of the Adriatic Sea will enable the connection of all stakeholders.

More information about InnovaMare are available on the project website https://www.italy-croatia.eu/web/innovamare

 

Presentation of innovative robotic solutions for the preservation of the Adriatic Sea

The Breaking the Surface workshop, held from September 26th to October 3rd in Biograd na Moru, presented the strategic project InnovaMare and interesting new robotic and sensory solutions for the control and monitoring of Adriatic Sea pollution, created as a result of cooperation between project partners. Innovative robots were presented at the workshop by partners from the Croatian Chamber of Economy (CCE), the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing (FEC) of the University of Zagreb and the National Research Council (CNR) ISMAR from Italy.

Specifically, there are two robots – Korkyra, which is intended for monitoring fish farms and SWAMP for monitoring environmental parameters in wetlands – and a system of smart buoys that will monitor the quality of the sea.

Nikola Mišković from FEC described in more detail the technical solutions that is created in their Laboratory for Underwater Systems and Technologies (LAPOST). “A heterogeneous marine robotic system consisting of a modular autonomous Korkyra catamaran developed at FEC and commercially available Blueye PRO dives aims to solve the problems of monitoring fish nets and cages in fish farms. The catamaran is able to perform autonomous inspection missions important for aquaculture, to independently (visually) inspects the nets and determines whether there is fouling and damage. It also monitors the seabed under the cage by monitoring the level of sedimented fish food residues and surrounding water so that algae blooms can respond in a timely manner. This frees divers from performing long-term, monotonous, and sometimes even dangerous work “, said Mišković, and referred to the multifunctional smart buoys for the detection and monitoring of pollution and monitoring the state of the sea and water quality.

“The anchored buoy collects, processes and stores measurements of various environmental indicators using built-in sensors, while algorithms for optimizing energy consumption as well as renewable energy sources provide it with long-term autonomy. Buoy also uses acoustic communication to use sensor units placed on the seabed, such as those for detecting oil and oil, measuring water turbidity and the concentration of chlorophyll, green algae and organic matter dissolved in water. The goal is, among other things, to make this information publicly available for real-time monitoring via an intuitive website, which suggests its application in tourism-oriented areas, “explained Mišković.

The third robotic ecology fighter called SWAMP comes from the Italian CNR (National Research Council), and yet it is a modular catamaran that can sail in just a few inches of water making it ideal for monitoring environmental parameters in extremely shallow waters characteristic of wetlands.

Massimo Caccia of CNR said they had developed two prototype robots to study inland waters and wetlands, which he said are the foundation of social and economic sustainability. “Such an environment requires special robotic solutions with specific sensors. Today, autonomous surveillance systems are becoming the key to quality data collection, which has not been possible so far due to inadequate tools, “said Caccia.

Mateo Ivanac, head of the InnovaMare Strategic Project, pointed out that the pollution of the Adriatic Sea ecosystem is a great challenge. “Therefore, it is urgent to react by joint cooperation between science and the private sector, due to the possible consequences. Not only in terms of the environment, but also in terms of economy in sectors like fisheries, tourism, aquaculture and maritime affairs. Innovamare as an innovation HUB enables stakeholders to gain knowledge and resources at the right time and in the right place in order to bring their ideas and innovations to the market, as soon as possible “, said Ivanac.

InnovaMare project is designed to develop and establish a model of innovation ecosystem in the field of underwater robotics and sensors for the purposes of monitoring, control and monitoring of pollution in the Adriatic Sea. It is worth 5.6 million euros, and its partner consortium consists of 14 partners from Croatia and Italy. One of the main challenges of the project is through a multidisciplinary approach and cooperation between the public and private sectors, to encourage the development of new tools, processes and technologies and contribute to increasing competitiveness in the Blue Economy. The main result of the project implementation will be the establishment of DIH (Digital Innovation HUB) for underwater robotics and sensors and Living Lab in the Adriatic Sea. Digital innovation HUB – DIH MAiROS – the main platform for the development of solutions for monitoring and forecasting pollution of the Adriatic Sea will enable the connection of all stakeholders.

More information about InnovaMare are available on the project website https://www.italy-croatia.eu/web/innovamare

 

October
15 - Friday Inter
15 - Friday Leadtech
14 - Thursday Un ponte per la ricerca: il prossimo bando per progetti industriali e di ricerca e sviluppo
13 - Wednesday (Italiano) Improving the sustainability of maritime transport in the Adriatic Sea
12 - Tuesday Un questionario sulle future iniziative
11 - Monday (Italiano) Barcolana Job: alla scoperta dei mestieri del mare!
September
30 - Thursday Presentation of innovative robotic solutions for the preservation of the Adriatic Sea
29 - Wednesday (Italiano) La rotte verso i mestieri del mare:mareFVG per Barcolana Job!
20 - Monday (Italiano) Interviste dal ntwk: Sea Green Engineering
20 - Monday (Italiano) Interviste dal ntwk: Huracane Marine
20 - Monday (Italiano) Interviste dal ntwk: FRIULDEV
20 - Monday (Italiano) Le migliori idee innovative del progetto Cluster ACT presentate al Salone Nautico di Genova
17 - Friday (Italiano) Trieste può diventare una hydrogen city
10 - Friday (Italiano) Il successo delle Summer School CNR-mareFVG
06 - Monday (Italiano) I progetti mareFVG sbarcano al SIMAI 2020+1 a Parma
August
12 - Thursday Chu
July
16 - Friday Italy and Croatia share innovative solutions ideas for a more sustainable Adriatic Sea
16 - Friday (Italiano) Interviste dal network: SEAMOD
16 - Friday (Italiano) Interviste dal network: The Keel Servant
16 - Friday (Italiano) Interviste dal network: Serigi Engineering
15 - Thursday (Italiano) Il progetto PRELICA vola all’Expo 2020 Dubai
15 - Thursday (Italiano) Sviluppo della Blue Economy nell’area Adriatico -Ionica: prospettive su Education e Skills
15 - Thursday (Italiano) 2021-2027: Approvata la Strategia di Specializzazione Intelligente FVG
13 - Tuesday Italy and Croatia meet in Bari for promoting the blue growth and sustainability of the Adriatic Sea
June
10 - Thursday (Italiano) Interviste dal network: Officine TL Compositi
10 - Thursday (Italiano) Interviste dal network: PME Mare
10 - Thursday (Italiano) Interviste dal network: MaterialScan
10 - Thursday (Italiano) Verso le tecnologie marittime del futuro
10 - Thursday (Italiano) Competenze marittime per la ripartenza
10 - Thursday (Italiano) Invia la tua soluzione o prodotto innovativo per il settore marittimo e prendi parte al Salone Nautico di Genova
10 - Thursday (Italiano) Due corsi per rispondere alle sfide di decarbonizzazione globali dell’industria del trasporto per le vie d’acqua
07 - Monday (Italiano) INNOVAMARE: I DIRITTI DI PROPRIETÀ INTELLETTUALE AL CENTRO DELL’ATTIVITÀ FORMATIVA SUL BUSINESS
May
21 - Friday (Italiano) Il FVG nel workshop europeo sul ruolo dei cluster marittimi nella ripresa verde
17 - Monday In
17 - Monday (Italiano) Interviste dal network: Cantiere Navale Vittoria
17 - Monday (Italiano) Interviste dal network: Indico Technologies
17 - Monday Call for enterprises: Cluster ACT International Matching event
14 - Friday International Cluster ACT Matching event: the call is open!
13 - Thursday (Italiano) Due Summer School in partenza a luglio
03 - Monday (Italiano) L’attività didattica Ribaltamento: la sicurezza è un gioco di pesi torna in formato digitale al Festival Scienza Under 18
April
30 - Friday (Italiano) Maria Cristina Pedicchio è il nuovo Presidente di mareFVG
30 - Friday (Italiano) L’Assemblea di mareFVG rinnova gli Organi, secondo l’indirizzo della RFVG: novità e continuità
21 - Wednesday (Italiano) SOLUZIONI INNOVATIVE PER LA SOSTENIBILITÀ DEL MAR ADRIATICO
19 - Monday (Italiano) Partecipa ai prossimi Tavoli di lavoro di mareFVG!
14 - Wednesday (Italiano) Il ruolo dei cluster nell’ecosistema dell’innovazione in ambito marittimo
13 - Tuesday (Italiano) Interviste dal network: Novacavi
13 - Tuesday (Italiano) Interviste dal network: Teleconsys
13 - Tuesday (Italiano) Interviste dal network: Northern Light Composites
13 - Tuesday (Italiano) Presentazione del nuovo accordo mareFVG – ENEA Tech: verso nuove tecnologie applicate a cantieristica navale e nautica
12 - Monday (Italiano) European Maritime Day 2021: le attività di mareFVG
09 - Friday (Italiano) Sviluppa con mareFVG i progetti del futuro – evento 15/04/2021
March
25 - Thursday (Italiano) Fondo Ideas Powered for Business
25 - Thursday (Italiano) EUROPEAN INNOVATION COUNCIL WORK PROGRAM 2021
16 - Tuesday (Italiano) Interviste dal network – MDM Team
16 - Tuesday (Italiano) Interviste dal network – Area 3
16 - Tuesday (Italiano) Interviste dal network – AEP Polymers
16 - Tuesday (Italiano) Vanguard Initiative: una nuova opportunità di crescita per il comparto marittimo regionale
16 - Tuesday (Italiano) Imbarcazioni solari e green al centro dell’evento TIP! del 25/03/2021
February
26 - Friday INNOVATION AND SUSTAINBILITY FOR THE PROTECTION OF THE ADRIATIC SEA CONCLUSIONS OF THE TWO-DAYS PANEL DISCUSSION OF THE INNOVAMARE PROJECT
09 - Tuesday (Italiano) Interviste dal network: Tecnoship
09 - Tuesday (Italiano) Interviste dal network: SULTAN
09 - Tuesday (Italiano) Interviste dal network: Nablawave
08 - Monday (Italiano) Eventi TIP! di febbraio: Robotica marina e tecnologie per il comfort a bordo
02 - Tuesday ON 18 AND 19 FEBRUARY 2021 THE ROUND TABLE ORGANIZED BY UNIONCAMERE VENETO WITHIN THE “INNOVAMARE” PROJECT
January
29 - Friday G
18 - Monday (Italiano) Interviste dal network: ELEMENTS WORKS
18 - Monday (Italiano) Interviste dal network: MICAD
18 - Monday (Italiano) Interviste dal network: NavalHEAD
18 - Monday (Italiano) TIP! Compositi sostenibili e processi di produzione avanzati – 26/01/2021
15 - Friday (Italiano) In epansione la community di mareFVG!
14 - Thursday (Italiano) Dal network di UBE2 e SAFE nasce un nuovo step: tesi di Laurea e Master