Ready for the 17th edition of the Puglia Boat Show to be held at the "Marina di Brindisi" from 13th to 17th October 2021.
MICAD will be present with a stand and the guys from the Lecce team.
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Nell'ambito della Barcolana 53, la Regione Friuli Venezia Giulia organizza un percorso didattico per gli studenti delle scuole superiori.
Il percorso si articola in tre laboratori nei quali gli studenti sono guidati da progettisti navali e personale della Guardia Costiera, attraverso brevi presentazioni e attività di gioco, a comprendere lo svolgimento delle fasi iniziali della progettazione delle navi e i temi della sicurezza della navigazione.
The Italian boating industry will meet again in 2021 at the Genoa Boat Show, after the great success of 2020 despite the limitations imposed by the pandemic. The show, which will be held from 16 to 21 September, is expected to be full of visitors and exhibitors.
The Cannes boat show is coming, after the 2020 stop. Among others, Azimut Yachts, Beneteau and Blue Game will be exhibiting at the Cannes Boat Show, which will take place in the French city from 7 to 12 September.
MICAD, together with regional and national nautical clusters, is promoting the development of an "Italian Nautical Digital Cluster", with the aim of pooling the competences in the field of Artificial Intelligence, High Performance Computing and Information Security present in Italian companies and research institutions.
On 29 April, MICAD, Serigi Engineering and NablaWave will meet to discuss innovative tools for ship design.
A new innovation project has been launched, with the aim of experimenting with virtual and augmented reality in a dedicated room to be set up in the Lecce office.
A new challenge, a new research project, promoted by MICAD and co-financed by the Friuli Venezia Giulia Region in the framework of the POR-FESR programme (Action 1.2.a.1).
The network between the world of research and business in the sector of maritime technologies in region Friuli Venezia Giulia is consolidating.