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  • MILC acts as a forum for industry and Government to join forces on common issues. This will ensure that our collective efforts are greater than the sum of our individual targets and goals. In other words, it is a meeting of minds on marine industrial matters. Co-chaired by the Minister for Business, and a senior industrial leader, it brings together the UK ’s Marine manufacturing interests (industry and Government) to achieve the right conditions for growth of all companies. Although focussed on manufacturing, the Council has strong links to the service sector (through Maritime UK) and is developing links with other sectors (eg Offshore Oil & Gas).
  • Vessel efficiency comp glasgow roadmapping

    1. 1. Marine Growth Strategy andRoadmap - informing the Scope Adrian WaddamsTransport Knowledge Transfer Network Transport Knowledge Transfer Network ( KTN )
    2. 2. Roadmap supports theUK Marine Industries
    3. 3. Route to the Marine Competition• Marine Industries Strategic Framework 2010 – Led by MILC supported by BIS to develop and sustain UK marine industries in Naval, commercial, leisure and marine renewable sectors• Strategy for Growth for UK Marine Industries 2011 – UK Marine Industries Alliance supported by MILC, BIS and Scottish Enterprise – First integrated UK strategy for growth of the marine industries• Marine Roadmap and Capability Study 2011/12 – To focus attention on what UK marine companies feel they should be developing – Funded by TSB and Transport KTN and supported by BIS = £500k invested – UK MIA supported with participation from industry, academia and stakeholders – Institute for Manufacturing (IfM) facilitated workshops, analysis and report writing – Capability study by Ricardo ongoing – Roadmap outputs informed the Vessel Efficiency Competition – Roadmap available at:
    4. 4. Marine Roadmap• Deep Dive Workshops Autumn 2011 building on June landscape – Marine Services and ICT – Marine Renewables and Resources – Leisure and Equipment – Shipbuilding and Repair – Ports and Infrastructure• Workshop Scope based on: – Priority Trends and Drivers – Market Opportunities – Technologies and Capabilities – Enablers• Time frames: – Short term to 2014 – Medium term 2014-2016 – Long term 2016-2020 – Horizon to
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    6. 6. Trends and Drivers• Social – Skills, safety, demographic changes• Technological – Positioning, communications, energy solutions, autonomy• Environmental – Climate change mitigation/low carbon, energy and fuel scarcity/cost, green shipping• Economic – Efficient use of resources, green business as opportunity• Political and Legal – EU tech/env standards, NOx, SOx & Particulates
    7. 7. Market opportunities• Autonomy, sensors and i-ship – Sensors, monitoring and ship management systems• Low carbon propulsion – Efficient propulsion & energy management, alternative fuels, electric and hybrid, including sail• Through life and end of life support – Environmental/waste services, low carbon clean shore power• Marine ICT and decision support services – Including easier to use navigation systems and integrated comms/
    8. 8. Technologies & Capabilities• Design and Development – Simulation & modeling, HF, CAE/CAD/CAM, testing, validation• Propulsion, Energy and Power – IC Engine technology, electric drives, electrical storage/power systems• Information, Communications and Control – Sensors, measurement, control, data management, decision support systems• Life-cycle technologies – Systems integration and condition
    9. 9. Enablers• Funding and resources – Focused research and investment• Marketing and Brand – Understanding owner/operator/customer needs• People and Skills – Skills availability, education and training• Facilities & Infrastructure (including for manufacturing)• Partnerships and Supply Chain – Logistics, partnerships, networks, international collaboration• Standards and Regulation• Other – Technology Transfer with other
    10. 10. Roadmap key outputs• Priority opportunities characterised by workshop participants• Also reviewed by steering group against criteria of value for investment – Value of the Global market opportunity – Fit = UK capability to deliver – Timeliness and impact – Added value (can TSB make a difference)• Informed scope & direction of Capability
    11. 11. Leading market opportunitiesRoadmap identified 30 top ranked areasthat would benefit from investment.These fall into 4 major opportunity groups: – Integrated Transport with other modes – Marine Renewables – Low carbon/green shipping and propulsion – Marine ICT First two already being invested in nationally so last two to be addressed in the competition
    12. 12. • The Transport KTN is running two more free information days to raise awareness and explain how to participate in this funding opportunity:- Glasgow, Grand Central Hotel - 5 December Mersey Maritime, Liverpool – 11 December• These are for anyone interested in developing a greater understanding of the scope and rules of the competition, and finding collaborative partners.• To stay up to date with news of the Competition and book a place at one of these events join the Transport KTN’s Vessel Efficiency sub group at:
    13. 13. Adrian Waddams