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6th Steering Committee



AT VIRTUAL consortium partners met virtually on November 22nd and 23rd to discuss pressing and near future issues of the project. This 6th Steering Committee was mainly focused on how to encourage start-ups of the Atlantic Area to take part in the last call for proposals.

The main topics discussed during the meetings were: review of the technological challenges concerning the last open call to be held in march, first steps in the organization of the next selection event, Hybridization methodology: Centro Jovellanos experience, new webinars calendar, and decision making to improve the project indicators from here to the end of the project.

The virtual meeting took part almost all the members of the AT VIRTUAL consortium: CEEI Asturias, as lead partner, Laval Mayenne Technopole, Instituto Pedro Nunes - Associação para a Inovação e Desenvolvimento em Ciência e Tecnologia, South West Business & Technology Center Ltd (CorkBIC), Sociedad de Salvamento y Seguridad Marítima, through the Centro de Seguridad Marítima Integral Jovellanos, Tecnalia Research & Innovation Foundation and the Escola Nautica Infante D. Henrique from Portugal and CENTRE EUROPÉEN DE FORMATION CONTINUE MARITIME (CEFCM) as associated partner. Munster Technological University, who were not engaged in the meeting because of the workload and calendar problems.