SmartOcean Ireland: ‘ICT for the Sea’<br />Marine Institute<br />Ireland’s State Agency for Marine Research & Development ...
The Real Map of Ireland<br />Ireland’s Exclusive Economic Zone <br />Ocean and coastal territories extending to over 9 tim...
Marine Institute + Future Internet? <br />Ireland’s State Agency for Marine Research, Development and Innovation<br />1. M...
Acknowledgement: Prof John Delaney<br />Univ Washington<br />HIGH-TECH AQUACULTURE <br />OCEAN ENERGY<br />ROBOTICS<br />H...
Marine ICT Drivers <br />Environmental <br />Technology <br />Legislation & Policy <br />Enterprise <br />
 Trillion $ Global Marine Markets  <br />Shipping &Transport <br />Marine Tourism<br />Oil & Gas, Minerals<br />Fisheries ...
Digital Island in a Digital Ocean<br />
Irelands Strategic Advantage<br /><ul><li>225 million acre marine resource
Biological & chemical resources
Mineral resources
Wind, wave, tidal
Research Excellence and Marine Infrastructure
Innovative, global ICT sector and research
Entire value chain in key marine sectors
Small country
Over 50 companies already providing Marine Hi Tech Products and Services</li></ul>			‘Marine as a key differentiator’ <br ...
Offshore Infrastructure <br />ICT added value throughout the business process<br /><ul><li>Surveying & Modelling
Turbine Control Systems
Hi-Speed Wireless
Communication
Power Distribution Management
Security and risk  </li></li></ul><li>Offshore Energy – Value Chain <br />
Marine Leisure and Tourism <br />Volvo Ocean Race, Galway July 2012 <br />
Marine Tourism – Value Chain <br />
Decision-Based Management Tools for Marine <br />ICT Challenges  <br /> Environment<br />Next generation autonomous sensin...
Informatics<br />Data processing, visualisation and forecast<br />Communications<br />Satellite, Wireless, Cable<br />Depl...
SmartBay Phase II<br />Mace Head Climate Station<br />Ocean energy test site<br />Sensor hardware, Deployment platforms, C...
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Barbara Fogerty, Marine Institute - Extended Recognised Maritime Picture to Secure Offshore Critical Infrastructure

  1. 1. SmartOcean Ireland: ‘ICT for the Sea’<br />Marine Institute<br />Ireland’s State Agency for Marine Research & Development <br />
  2. 2. The Real Map of Ireland<br />Ireland’s Exclusive Economic Zone <br />Ocean and coastal territories extending to over 9 times terrestrial area<br />
  3. 3. Marine Institute + Future Internet? <br />Ireland’s State Agency for Marine Research, Development and Innovation<br />1. Monitoring & Data Collection<br />2. Scientific<br />Advice<br />3. Research<br /> performer<br />Service delivery<br />to clients<br />5. International<br />Cooperation<br />5. International<br />Cooperation<br />4. Sectoral<br />Development Research funder<br />
  4. 4. Acknowledgement: Prof John Delaney<br />Univ Washington<br />HIGH-TECH AQUACULTURE <br />OCEAN ENERGY<br />ROBOTICS<br />Harness Marine Resources in New Ways<br />DEEP-SEA FRONTIER<br />SENSORS & REMOTE<br />CONNECTION<br />ADVANCED SEABED MAPPING<br />
  5. 5. Marine ICT Drivers <br />Environmental <br />Technology <br />Legislation & Policy <br />Enterprise <br />
  6. 6. Trillion $ Global Marine Markets <br />Shipping &Transport <br />Marine Tourism<br />Oil & Gas, Minerals<br />Fisheries & Aquaculture<br />Marine Equipment<br />Marine Biotech & Seaweed <br />Ports & Shipbuilding<br />Marine IT & Survey<br />Renewable Energy<br />
  7. 7. Digital Island in a Digital Ocean<br />
  8. 8. Irelands Strategic Advantage<br /><ul><li>225 million acre marine resource
  9. 9. Biological & chemical resources
  10. 10. Mineral resources
  11. 11. Wind, wave, tidal
  12. 12. Research Excellence and Marine Infrastructure
  13. 13. Innovative, global ICT sector and research
  14. 14. Entire value chain in key marine sectors
  15. 15. Small country
  16. 16. Over 50 companies already providing Marine Hi Tech Products and Services</li></ul> ‘Marine as a key differentiator’ <br />Ocean<br /> Technology<br />Innovation<br />
  17. 17. Offshore Infrastructure <br />ICT added value throughout the business process<br /><ul><li>Surveying & Modelling
  18. 18. Turbine Control Systems
  19. 19. Hi-Speed Wireless
  20. 20. Communication
  21. 21. Power Distribution Management
  22. 22. Security and risk </li></li></ul><li>Offshore Energy – Value Chain <br />
  23. 23. Marine Leisure and Tourism <br />Volvo Ocean Race, Galway July 2012 <br />
  24. 24. Marine Tourism – Value Chain <br />
  25. 25. Decision-Based Management Tools for Marine <br />ICT Challenges <br /> Environment<br />Next generation autonomous sensing<br /> Offshore Energy<br />Remote power and data communication<br />Convergence<br />Transport & Security <br />Software interface & system control<br />Aquaculture <br />Data storage, management and visualisation<br />Leisure & Tourism <br />
  26. 26. Informatics<br />Data processing, visualisation and forecast<br />Communications<br />Satellite, Wireless, Cable<br />Deployment<br />Power, system control, in-situ testing<br />Distributed sensing<br />Physical, chemical, biological, acoustic, visual<br />
  27. 27. SmartBay Phase II<br />Mace Head Climate Station<br />Ocean energy test site<br />Sensor hardware, Deployment platforms, Cyber infrastructure<br />
  28. 28. SmartBay PRTLI Consortium<br />
  29. 29. Marine Sensing Technology DCU<br />Visual Sensing <br />Multi-modal sensor networks<br />Biofouling mitigation<br />Microfluidic chemical and biological analysis platforms <br />
  30. 30. Interconnection to Exemplar Network <br /><ul><li> Large volumes of real time streaming data from advanced sensing platforms such as acoustic (e.g. hydrophones, sonar, ADCP, etc.) and video feeds.
  31. 31. Ability to dynamically scale sensor networks
  32. 32. Subsea optical sensing and green communication networks</li></li></ul><li>The Environmental Observation Web and its Service Applications within the Future Internet <br />
  33. 33. Specialist Data and Expertise<br />Largest Civilian Seabed Mapping Exercise in the World<br />Equips Ireland with:<br /><ul><li> Unique expertise & experience
  34. 34. Huge data warehouse of complex and dense 3-dimensional data
  35. 35. Biological, physical and chemical knowledge base </li></ul>=<br />A Distinctive and Comparative Advantage <br />in Marine R&D<br />Combine with:<br /><ul><li>1st Class Marine R&D Infrastructure
  36. 36. Strong Industry Base in Life Sciences, ICT, Marine </li></li></ul><li>RealSim: Virtual Oceans<br /><ul><li>Realistic, dynamic virtual marine environments
  37. 37. Compiling seabed survey data into a high-end interactive 3D visualisation platform with real-world physics simulation
  38. 38. Galway Bay simulation </li></li></ul><li>Oh Buoy<br /><ul><li>Graphs Current Wave Data
  39. 39. Wave height, period, direction and potential energy
  40. 40. View historical data
  41. 41. 1 Day, 1 Week, 1 Month, 3 Months
  42. 42. Touch the Data
  43. 43. Touch and hold to examine any point on the graph in detail
  44. 44. Time to Impact
  45. 45. Calculates when the current wave conditions at the buoy will reach your position</li></ul>© www.stickypixels.ie<br />
  46. 46. SmartOcean R&D Infrastructure <br />Marine Data and Digital Testbeds<br />
  47. 47. SmartOcean Marine ICT<br />Network of 50 SME’s MNC’s, Multiple Research Centres and Government Agencies <br />Government <br />SMEs<br />Global<br />Europe<br />Ireland<br />Strategic links to International Partners Global Initiatives <br />Route to Market Incentives <br />High Tech Marine Products and Services for Global Markets<br />Academia<br />Multi Nationals <br />
  48. 48. Directions for the Future <br />A focus on Innovation, the Smart Economy, <br />Europe 2020, Innovation Union<br />Specific Focus <br /><ul><li> Innovation to address major societal challenges
  49. 49. Member states to pursue smart specialisation strategies focusing on their own strengths
  50. 50. Integration of ‘research and innovation’ will be reflected in new funding programmes and mechanisms e.g. European Innovation Partnerships
  51. 51. Dedicated budgets for public procurement of innovative products and services </li></li></ul><li>2nd Annual Conference<br />Galway July 5th- 6th, 2011<br />
  52. 52. Acknowledgements<br />TSSG & SFI<br />Intune Networks and ENVIROFI partners <br />SPDS department MI<br />SmartOcean Strategy Group<br />Nuaventure Dan Maher and Tony Cahill <br />Contact: barbara.fogarty@marine.ie<br />

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