Who supported us:
The CleanTech Business Park is Berlin’s largest industrial area. It offers best conditions for manufacturing companies in the fields of sustainable and efficient technologies.
The 90-hectare park is a designated industrial zone (GI) and offers individual plots of land at attractive prices, planning reliability and a lot of space to grow. Unique within Berlin is the particular core zone, specifically for major hazard installations (BImSchG), on the park’s site. Thus, within the borders of the German capital, almost all industrial production processes are possible – at CleanTech Business Park.
The park’s surroundings are characterized by a strong network of regional economic and business development agencies, associations and established companies. In the immediate vicinity, the 1,200-hectare Berlin eastside commercial area and the CleanTech Innovation Center for start-ups create the ideal environment for synergies.
The CLEANTECH Initiative East Germany (CIO) connects companies, research institutions and organizations of the East German Cleantech landscape in an active network across all the federal states and sectors. The CIO concentrates on innovation, investment and internationalization as a cornerstone of long-term economic success - especially for small and medium-sized enterprises. The CIO engages in the following six lead markets: (i) green energy and energy storage, (ii) energy efficiency, (iii) recycling, (iv) sustainable mobility, (v) sustainable water management, (vi) resource and material efficiency.
Munitect is an association of companies and research institutions driving the development of economically effective munitions detection systems for underwater use. By means of the cooperation, the competences and variety of experiences from the network partners’ different industries are bundled. The network partners share the vision of a high-performance and cost-effective sensor platform facilitating an efficient, safe and risk-free detection of old military munitions. The system is to be developed in a modular design in order to identify different harmful substances or carrier objects with various procedures on site at the same time. This will result in a significantly expedited detection of the munitions. An improved accuracy of classification as well as the targeted development of the procedures for cost-efficient end systems is a challenge the partners would like to take on in the network. In this way, the partners involved contribute to the safety of activities in the economic exploitation of the North and Baltic Sea.
Munitect is supported by Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy on the basis of a decision by the German Bundestag.
Remotely operated vehicles for underwater applications combine a great number of key technologies to be able to offer assistant features. Configurability, adaptability, interactivity, reliability, mobility, manipulation capability, cognitive ability, perceptual capability and decision-making ability are essential functions here. These are provided by the technology clusters mechanical systems, sensors, drives, power supply, light, pressure-neutral underwater materials, underwater communications, cybernetics, environmental perception and data interpretation as well as underwater navigation. Only through cooperation a successful overall system can be accomplished. Mini-ROV can offer full service all around the development and the application of mobile ROVs in water depths up to 300 m for explorations, surveying, inspections and long-term monitoring. Mini-ROV is the right point of contact in terms of research, development of technologies as well as a wide range of ready-to-use devices and tools.
Mini-ROV is supported by Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy on the basis of a decision by the German Bundestag.
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