Social Network for           Fishermens         associations and         nautical-fishing            activities.      Crea...
1   INDEX 2   INTRODUCTION ..................................................................................................
26   Introduction27   The strategic plan was initiated in 2009 in order to promote maritime, fishing and28   nautical scie...
565758   Creating strategic centers for59   social, economic, technical and60   scientific in the Maritime Sector,61   Nau...
86        Information Services87        fishermens association to88        consumer.89        The ultimate consumer of sea...
117118       •119       Information services for nautical120       and fishing communities121           Determine basic in...
147           148   Mobile World Hub Maritime149       The main objectives of the Mobile World Maritime Hub, or Maritime ...
165   Creating strategic working groups in166   R & D + i in the Mobile World167   Maritime Hub MWHM 2012-2018168   The cr...
200   GT Mobile World Hub in maritime telemedicine201   Undoubtedly the European populations life expectancy increases and...
236237238   All working groups are designed in response to the public-private partnership in each239   of the areas of com...
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  1. 1. Social Network for Fishermens associations and nautical-fishing activities. Creating a Mobile Maritime Hub for Western Mediterranean Area 2009-2050 © Ramon Codina March 2009 Firmado digitalmente por RAMON CODINA MUÑOZ RAMON Nombre de reconocimiento (DN): CN = RAMON CODINA MUÑOZ, SN = CODINA CODINA MUÑOZ, G = RAMON, C = ES, O = Agència Catalana de Certificació, OU = IDCAT Motivo: Soy el autor de este MUÑOZ documento Ubicación: Vilanova i la Geltrú Fecha: 2013.03.06 11:39:03 +0100Strategic Plan for the creation of a Mobile Maritime Hub in order to promoteeconomic activity and local social cohesion in a coastal and maritime economy in asustainable economy to achieve a common good ..Autor: © Ramon Codina Página 1 de 10
  2. 2. 1 INDEX 2 INTRODUCTION ........................................................................................................................... 3 3 CREATING STRATEGIC CENTERS FOR SOCIAL, ECONOMIC, TECHNICAL AND 4 SCIENTIFIC IN THE MARITIME SECTOR, NAUTICAL AND FISHING. ..................................... 4 5 IMPORTANCE OF NAUTICAL AND FISHING ACTIVITY IN THE AREA................................... 4 6 INFORMATION SERVICES FISHERMENS ASSOCIATION TO CONSUMER. ......................... 5 7 INFORMATION SERVICES FOR NAUTICAL AND FISHING COMMUNITIES .......................... 6 8 TARGET CENTER OFFER CANDIDACY LIVING LAB AS MARITIME TECHNOLOGY 9 CLUSTER WESTERN MEDITERRANEAN AREA ...................................................................... 610 MOBILE WORLD HUB MARITIME .............................................................................................. 711 STRATEGIC OBJECTIVES TO PROMOTE MOBILE WORLD HUB MARITIME ....................... 712 CREATING STRATEGIC WORKING GROUPS IN R & D + I IN THE MOBILE WORLD13 MARITIME HUB MWHM 2012-2018............................................................................................. 814 GT on Critical Infrastructure Protection and monitoring the Information Security15 Management in port areas, Maritime, Nautical and fishing. ................................................... 816 GT in creating wireless infrastructure platform for the maritime sector in the Western17 Mediterranean and port areas. Its function is to research, development and innovation in18 wireless networks and value added services to the maritime environment ......................... 819 GT Mobile World Hub in Food Security and continuous quality improvement in processes related20 facilities in fishing products, managed fisheries or fishing communities .......................................... 821 GT Mobile World Hub in maritime telemedicine ....................................................................... 922 GT Mobile World Hub in Oceanography Civil, Environmental and Marine Bioacoustics for23 port areas, fisheries (extractive and aquaculture) and as offshore wind farms and24 offshore oil rigs. .......................................................................................................................... 925 GT Mobile World Hub of marine resorts, marine cruises and destinations. ......................... 9 Autor: © Ramon Codina Página 2 de 10
  3. 3. 26 Introduction27 The strategic plan was initiated in 2009 in order to promote maritime, fishing and28 nautical science in a coastal region in the proper use and governance of technological29 tools available in the community, attracting talent and value to the region. The main30 idea is to observe the maritime sector as a whole and get different synergies for good31 social and economic development in the region.32 It starts from an initial target that is how we can improve considering sustainable33 fisheries and local social culture of a particular region or area. We wonder what can34 bring the scientific community and current technology to a fishing community,35 specifically to a brotherhood of fishermen in a given coastal region? What relationships36 can be created at the social, technical and scientific among different communities37 (people of the sea, scientists, technologists) to achieve a sustainable economy and38 achieve the common good? How can we market the fresh seafood, considering the39 principles of energy efficiency and applying artificial intelligence systems in the market,40 and how we can ensure the technology transfer of the investigation?41 In Europe, thanks to the new personalized medicine applied, or personalized42 genomics, undoubtedly increases life expectancy How does the progressive43 aging of the community in that region, and how we can help aging with44 healthy eating and sustainable in the community, to promote independent45 living and independent?46 New Technologies of Information and Communication and the new scientific47 discoveries applied to Sector Health Marine forces us to take appropriate48 technical and organizational security that guarantees the data and avoid its49 alteration, loss, treatment or unauthorized access taking into consideration50 the state of art of current technology, the nature of the data stored and the51 risks to which they are exposed well come from human action or the physical52 or natural.53 In the strategic centres and working groups will implement the methodology54 of good governance in the use of information technology and55 communications, based on the triple (Evaluate, Manage and Monitor) Autor: © Ramon Codina Página 3 de 10
  4. 4. 565758 Creating strategic centers for59 social, economic, technical and60 scientific in the Maritime Sector,61 Nautical and fishing.62 The creation of strategic centers is based on the concept of socioeconomics63 efficiently adapting technological advances and state of the art care to the64 community, knowing the reality and contributing to its improvement.65 It is essential that research is developed from a Living Lab, operating in a66 maritime area, forming interdisciplinary working groups whose experts meet67 to develop, implement and test in real life environments new technological68 tools whose design focuses on the user, in our case the people of the sea,69 forming an ecosystem focused on creativity, health and energy in a70 sustainable economy.71 Initially proposed centers are:72  Reference center services to the Technologies of Information and73 Communications and creation of digital communities 2.074  Dynamic center of activity and economic scientific at region in the proper use75 of technological tools76  Strategically Center for development of the investigation and INNOVATION in77 areas such as telemedicine for Maritime assistance.78  Center of technological development wind energy marine off-shore for79 Western Mediterranean Sea80 Importance of nautical and81 fishing activity in the area.82 - We observe in the community the following:83 - Cultural aspects84 - Community history nautical-fishing, number of vessels and sailors85 - Importance of fishing on other populations in the region. Autor: © Ramon Codina Página 4 de 10
  5. 5. 86 Information Services87 fishermens association to88 consumer.89 The ultimate consumer of seafood should get your fishery community and90 trust preferably the following basic information91 • Knowledge of marine species in the Mare Nostrum each fishery92 community (cofradia) managed and supervised by the scientific93 community.94 • Creating a Virtual Aquarium marine reserve areas managed by the95 community of scientific communication assigned to each fishery96 community97 • Managing and monitoring activities in various modalities underwater98 marine reserve areas prior authorization99 • Management and supervision of scientific activities in areas permission integral100 reserve.101 • Training in fresh fish consumer (Production Center and realization of102 promotional videos)103 • Information on catches of the main species in the Mediterranean Sea area, for104 cofradia. Sustainable Fisheries (fisheries information and closures)105 • Recipes and nutritional value of marine products.106 • Where to buy and taste fish of the fishery community (Cofradía).107 • Local marketing for producers and traders fishing certified quality products and108 logistics services km0.109 • Management and best practices in the marketing of fish in each fishery110 discards.111 • Information exchange services with buying platforms central markets for112 efficient management of orders and deliveries to consumers.113 • Check source code quality of fishery products of the fishery community114 (cofradia) and promote sustainable fisheries ecolabel for fisheries as open data115 service and administrative transparency and good governance.116 Autor: © Ramon Codina Página 5 de 10
  6. 6. 117118 •119 Information services for nautical120 and fishing communities121 Determine basic information services for nautical and fishing communities,122 such as:123 • Weather Forecast124 • Wave125 • Electronic Nautical Card (WEND)126 • Fishing zones127 • Vedas128 • Legislation129 • Latest News of the Sector130 Target Center offer candidacy Living131 Lab as Maritime Technology Cluster132 Western Mediterranean Area133 We recommend the following charter service:134  Mobility Technology Center in Maritime, Nautical and Fishing for the135 Western Mediterranean area136  Virtual Aquarium Oceanographic marine reserve areas (Mediterranean137 Sea).138  Quality Agency and Marine Fisheries of the Mediterranean (under139 "agreement Barcelona for the protection of the Mediterranean Sea)140  Collaborating Centre Maritime Safety Observatory providing oceanographic141 services and information bioacoustics of environmental accidents in the142 Mediterranean Sea.143  Healthcare Coordination Centre on the Mediterranean Sea144  Technology Centre to develop offshore wind farm energy in the western145 Mediterranean Sea146 Autor: © Ramon Codina Página 6 de 10
  7. 7. 147 148 Mobile World Hub Maritime149 The main objectives of the Mobile World Maritime Hub, or Maritime Mobile Hub, is150 being referred Technology Center business and encourage economic activity in the151 region in the world in the development of mobile technology, systems and152 applications for the Maritime Sector, Nautical and Fishing and Health Care Center153 Maritime Coordinator. Mobile World Hub Maritime, Centre tecnològic en mobilitat Marítima, Nàutica-Pesquera i Centre Coordinador d’Assistència sanitària Marítima Autor: Ramon Codina,154 IT Governance Auditor ISACA155 Strategic objectives to promote156 Mobile World Hub Maritime157 Collect the initiative of the European Commission of 28 April 2010 the European Union158 in the development of e-Maritime services.159 Objectives stated in the Municipal Action Plan.160 Presence at Mobile World Congress 2012 and collaboration with the Barcelona Mobile161 World Capital 2012-2018.162 Tourist promotion of maritime smart city, according to the principles of energy163 efficiency, develops the concept of "Smart Cities Maritim" worldwide promotion of the164 brand Costa Barcelona and port areas of the Catalan coast (North, Central and South). Autor: © Ramon Codina Página 7 de 10
  8. 8. 165 Creating strategic working groups in166 R & D + i in the Mobile World167 Maritime Hub MWHM 2012-2018168 The creation of multidisciplinary working groups with experts in each of the following169 areas of study:170 GT on Critical Infrastructure Protection and monitoring the171 Information Security Management in port areas, Maritime, Nautical172 and fishing.173 They conduct a survey of telecommunications infrastructure and coverage in each port174 areas, areas of marine reserve and marine parks and offshore wind, in the region.175 Plans developed port infrastructure protection, marine reserve areas, offshore wind176 farms and oil rigs (security / safety) for civil protection.177 These critical infrastructures must ensure the safety of people and facilities and178 information services and platforms to be deployed in the Maritime Smart Cities.179 GT in creating wireless infrastructure platform for the maritime sector180 in the Western Mediterranean and port areas. Its function is to181 research, development and innovation in wireless networks and value182 added services to the maritime environment183 The proliferation of mobile devices and sensors in civil society and its routine use in184 developed and interconnected populations, raises the creation of this working group,185 in order to ensure the use of these devices in sea areas near the coast, with in order to186 provide wireless coverage to 22 nautical miles. Distance to inshore fishing vessels in187 the western Mediterranean area, operate normally.188 GT Mobile World Hub in Food Security and continuous quality improvement in189 processes related facilities in fishing products, managed fisheries or fishing190 communities191 Food security, improved food analysis protocols of fisheries products and the192 continuous improvement of quality in processes related facilities in fishing products,193 seeking to standardize managed fisheries fishing brotherhoods, allow better marketing194 of certified sustainable fisheries. In this interdisciplinary group recommended that the195 form, public fishing, veterinary technicians in food security, fisheries managers196 (fishermens) and personal research in artificial intelligence and computer vision. This197 working group should respond to the environmental, social, economic, biological and198 technological area.199 Autor: © Ramon Codina Página 8 de 10
  9. 9. 200 GT Mobile World Hub in maritime telemedicine201 Undoubtedly the European populations life expectancy increases and to ensure an202 independent life, independent and healthy in the maritime sector, one of the working203 groups enforced by the maritime telemedicine. One of the main objectives is to ensure204 independent living, independent and healthy for the people of the sea in their journeys205 along the coast and can be interconnected and receiving remote assistance to your206 doctor from your boat.207 GT Mobile World Hub in Oceanography Civil, Environmental and208 Marine Bioacoustics for port areas, fisheries (extractive and209 aquaculture) and as offshore wind farms and offshore oil rigs.210 In this working group should develop a platform for information and location of the211 hydrophones and marine sensors to provide a detailed map of the acoustic capacity in212 all port areas, marine reserve areas for the protection of flora and fauna. The main213 purpose of this information is to study the native marine species and help their growth214 and conservation. And monitor and foster sustainable tourism in these areas215 underwater marine reserve.216 Another application of this group is to foster the development of mobile platforms to217 assess, manage and monitor, marine outfalls of coastal populations, the control of218 marine water quality for human consumption (for example, the case of the brand219 Mediterranean commercial water is detected in the analysis increases the quality of220 the product if the extraction takes place nearby where there posidonia marine221 species), thus control, conservation of marine species posidonia Sea Mediterranean222 and its location using geographic information systems is vital to marine marine223 ecosystem of the area.224 Encourage studies of impact on marine water quality with the quality of the food chain225 obtained by fresh seafood caught by fisheries in the area.226 GT Mobile World Hub of marine resorts, marine cruises and227 destinations.228 It will enhance the mobile platforms that promote tourist destinations the activities of229 the maritime area in various tourism products, such as: water sports and cruises,230 cultural tourism maritime maritime gastronomic tourism, wine tourism and sea food,231 performing equestrian tourism packages sea-mountain, for example to promote the232 use of the nautical clubs on the part of the population, practice sailing vessels233 combined with equestrian excursions, tourism related to fishing activities or fishing234 tourism and promoting health tourism.235 Autor: © Ramon Codina Página 9 de 10
  10. 10. 236237238 All working groups are designed in response to the public-private partnership in each239 of the areas of competence within a sustainable economy. All working groups will have240 a supervisory board and coordinator managed by the Maritime Mobile World Hub,241 which will assess, direct and supervise and ensure the proper development and242 technology transfer of the different projects that arise in these working groups. For243 each project arising from each working group will appoint a maximum of five244 companies (public and private) coordinated by a project manager and supervised by245 the working group they belong.246247 All working groups are designed in response to the public-private partnership in each248 of the areas of competence within a sustainable economy. All working groups will have249 a supervisory board and coordinator managed by the Maritime Mobile World Hub,250 which will assess, direct and supervise and ensure the proper development and251 technology transfer of the different projects that arise in these working groups. For252 each project arising from each working group will appoint a maximum of five253 companies (public and private) coordinated by a project manager and supervised by254 the working group to which they belong. Autor: © Ramon Codina Página 10 de 10

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