MER INNOVATE final showcase event on the 18th March 2015 in Portsmouth


The Mer-Innovate project is coming to its close. The partners of MER INNOVATE project are delighted to invite you to the final conference, which will be held on Wednesday 18th March 2015 at Portsmouth and hope this final showcase event will attract a large audience from either side of the Channel.This event will present the results of the INTERREG IVA France (Channel) – England project, which has been encouraging e-maintenance operations in offshore wind farms through a joint research programme. We are delighted that the Mayor of Cherbourg, Jean-Michel HOULLEGATTE, will be joining us and give one of our keynote speeches.

Alongside presentations of programme deliverables and latest industry updates, delegates will be able to enjoy exploring first-hand Mer-Innovate’s serious games and augmented reality glasses, developed as part of the project.An exhibition area will give companies involved in the Offshore Renewable sector an opportunity to display their products and services and offers a further chance to make new contacts. The exhibition area will be the focal point of the afternoon’s networking activities and you can apply for your FREE space for a table-top exhibit on the registration form.

This is a FREE TO ATTEND event and simultaneous translation will be provided.

Download the programme here

To register click here

PLEASE NOTE: For all those who have to travel to Portsmouth the day before, we will be organising a visit to the National Oceanography Centre (NOC) and reception drinks the evening before. For more information and to register your interest in this visit, please go to: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/mer-innovate-technical-visit-tickets-15781874010

Who should attend? 
UK and French SMEs involved or wanting to get involved in the Offshore Wind supply chain; UK and French research organisations involved in the field of Renewable Energy; UK and French local government representatives; UK and French private and public funding organisations.