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Key themes for marine competition 3 - output from workshop

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Overview This document provides a summary of the output from the Marine & Maritime R&D Scoping Workshop held on 16th June at the BIS Conference Centre. IfM Education & Consultancy Services facilitated the workshop and the detail is this report summarises the input from delegates. Following further analysis the output from the workshop will be used to provide support to the structure of the refresh of the roadmap and to give background to the scope for the planned 2015 marine/maritime CR&D competition. Proposed Roadmap Themes Participants were given an overview of eight proposed opportunity themes for the update of the Marine Industries roadmap. Delegates were asked to make comments on each theme in response to the following questions: • Why is technical leadership in this theme important to the UK Marine Industry? • Which market sectors will be impacted by the development of this theme? • Are there specific opportunities for the UK in this theme? Can those opportunities be quantified? • What are the main technical challenge areas to success in this theme? • Where is the UK Capability to address these challenges? Participants were asked to score each theme in terms of importance and the UK’s capability to deliver technical leadership in that theme over the next 5 years. Comments on the validity of the theme were also invited: no participants commented on alternative themes. According to the participants’ responses the top ranking themes by importance were: • Marine Data and Decision Support Systems • Vessel Efficiency • Autonomy The top ranking themes by UK capability were: • Marine Services • Naval Equipment & Services • Marine Data and Decision Support Systems Download the full report.
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Overview This document provides a summary of the output from the Marine & Maritime R&D Scoping Workshop held on 16th June at the BIS Conference Centre. IfM Education & Consultancy Services facilitated the workshop and the detail is this report summarises the input from delegates. Following further analysis the output from the workshop will be used to provide support to the structure of the refresh of the roadmap and to give background to the scope for the planned 2015 marine/maritime CR&D competition. Proposed Roadmap Themes Participants were given an overview of eight proposed opportunity themes for the update of the Marine Industries roadmap. Delegates were asked to make comments on each theme in response to the following questions: • Why is technical leadership in this theme important to the UK Marine Industry? • Which market sectors will be impacted by the development of this theme? • Are there specific opportunities for the UK in this theme? Can those opportunities be quantified? • What are the main technical challenge areas to success in this theme? • Where is the UK Capability to address these challenges? Participants were asked to score each theme in terms of importance and the UK’s capability to deliver technical leadership in that theme over the next 5 years. Comments on the validity of the theme were also invited: no participants commented on alternative themes. According to the participants’ responses the top ranking themes by importance were: • Marine Data and Decision Support Systems • Vessel Efficiency • Autonomy The top ranking themes by UK capability were: • Marine Services • Naval Equipment & Services • Marine Data and Decision Support Systems Download the full report.
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