The 2nd International Meeting on Knowledge and the Blue Economy (Innovazul 2022) is a major international event about the present and the future of both the marine and maritime sectors, held in Cádiz from 29th November to 2nd December. SAES is here as specialist in acoustic and electronic underwater measurements. Its technology has dual applications for the civil and environmental sectors. SAES gave yesterday a presentation at the Open Innovation Area about ‘Ships Modeling as a source of underwater pollution generated by radiated energy’.
InnovAzul 2022 is the meeting point for professionals from the Blue Economy sectors to promote innovation, knowledge transfer and the exchange of innovative technological solutions that increase the competitiveness of industry and society in the marine and maritime sectors. The 2nd International Meeting on Knowledge and the Blue Economy is organised by the Cadiz University (UCA) in cooperation with the Campus of International Excellence of the Sea (CEIMAR), the European University of the Sea (SEA-EU) and other organisations in the framework of the ITEAzul European project.
In this second edition, the show gathers more than 2.000 participants among researchers, academia and institutions to lead the European strategy for the Blue Economy which promotes economic growth by preserving marine ecosystems and environmental sustainability.
Around 60 companies and institutions are present at the Congress Centre of Cádiz in working groups for bilateral meetings. SAES, as specialist in underwater acoustic and electronic measurement, is presenting its dual applications for the civil and environmental sectors. Among others, the estimation of underwater noise pollution and the protection of critical infrastructures from underwater threats.
Innovazul is the perfect frame for SAES to meet with universities and consulting companies in order to examine potential collaborations on underwater monitoring for environmental impact studies.
Presentation at the Open Innovation Area
In addition to the industry-specific sessions and networking activities, InnovAzul 2022 has also organised the ‘Open Innovation Area’ for researchers and institutions to present their initiatives and innovation projects.
The Open Innovation Area gathers in 9 themed sessions 46 brief presentations related to either traditional or emerging sectors of the Blue Economy, or cross-sectoral technologies.
SAES takes part in the theme ‘Key Enabling Technologies and #Blue #Economy’ tomorrow with a presentation about ‘Ships Modelling as a source of underwater pollution generated by radiated energy’ by Francisco Javier Rodrigo Saura, Maritime Security Line Manager.