Eco responsible sails

Interviews, surveys, key events and news from Eurolarge Innovation members… Every 3 months, the Bretagne Sailing Valley® News covers the economic and technological news of the Breton competitive sailing. Discover below the news related to the eco-responsible sails.  Eco-responsible sails : are they a small revolution or something bigger ? Résultat de la traducti More

Chantier Technologie Marine

INTERVIEW available in the last Bretagne Sailing Valley® News – Newsletter #12 – Winter 2022   Longtime specialists in building one-off boats, the La Trinite yard Technologie Marine has taken a new direction by launching a new Mini 6.50, the TM650. Head of the design office, Tanguy Aulanier, who manages the build management of the

podcast cybersecurite

BDI launches its podcasts. On the occasion of the European Cyber Week 2022, we brought together three cybersecurity players to look back at the attack suffered by the Dax hospital in February 2021. Nicolas Terrade, Information Systems Security Manager (ISSM) of the establishment, Arnaud Meunier, ISSM of the Quimper-Cornouaille hospital, and Gilles Larroche, project manager

the Hylias hydrogen ship

The last Bretagne Hydrogène Renouvelable meeting of the year took place on Tuesday 6 December in Saint-Malo. Focused on the themes of port ecosystems and hydrogen powered ships, the day enabled BDI to present, amongst other things, the results of a strategic study on the structuring of the regional hydrogen ship sector.   Context of

the Hylias hydrogen ship

The last Bretagne Hydrogène Renouvelable meeting of the year took place on Tuesday, December 6 in Saint-Malo. Focused on the themes of port ecosystems and hydrogen powered ships, the day allowed BDI to present, among other things, the results of a strategic study on the structuring of the regional hydrogen ship sector.   Context of

As part of its Eurolarge Innovation programme, BDI took advantage of the Route du Rhum 2022 to bring together those involved in and interested in competitive sailing at a conference entitled “Between euphoria and markets under pressure, what are the prospects for ocean racing? The four round tables provided an opportunity to discuss the future

eco sailing design

From architectural firms to companies, via research laboratories, the technological sector of competitive sailing is seeking to reduce its environmental impact by designing the performance of boats. This is the objective of the collaborative project, financed by the Region, ENS Rennes and the participating companies, Eco Sailing Design®: to integrate Breton companies into a research