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Big Turnout for Marine Industry Technology Event

The stakeholder engagement workshop held in on 22nd July to discuss opportunities for technology and innovation in the marine industries was hailed a great success. 

Called to give the UK marine industry and academia an introduction to the nine technology themes in the first marine industry technology roadmap, nearly 80 delegates attended the event held under the auspices of the Technology Strategy Board’s recently formed Transport KTN.

“There was intense discussion in all the breakout groups and the majority of attendees agreed to continue the exchanges by participating in their chosen theme working groups in the coming weeks” said John Murray, Co-chair of the MILC Technology and Innovation Group. “We organised this workshop to encourage industry engagement and that has certainly been achieved”, added John.

The Technology Strategy Board provided the facilitation for the discussion as part of its support for the newly formed Transport Knowledge Transfer Network (TKTN) for Transport. Nick Bromley, Interim Director for the KTN commented: “Most of the concepts discussed clearly identified the opportunities for the automotive, rail and marine sectors to share their technology requirements. I’m delighted the workshop clearly demonstrated the value of knowledge sharing and how this type of engagement event can create sector crossover and lead to new business”.

The TKTN website will shortly be hosting areas specific to each of the nine strands discussed, so it will be easy to get involved, and help technology transfer across all modes.

The MILC Technology and Innovation Group is one of four strands of the Marine Industries Leadership Council (MILC) which aims to build and maintain the UK’s lead against global competition in the naval, commercial, leisure and marine renewables sectors. Others are concerned with people and skills, environment and regulation and international trade.

For more information and to get involved in any of the nine themes, please contact John Murray on +44(0) 20 7448 7020 or Patrick Carnie +44(0) 7917 577124, and keep an eye on the TKTN for the latest updates.

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