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      • Narwhal Challenge: 4 selected startups visiting Finistère from December 9 to 13

      • The Narwhal Challenge selection committee selected 4 international projects (Germany, Canada, India and the Netherlands).
      • Narwhal Challenge: 4 selected startups visiting Finistère from December 9 to 13
      • Narwhal challenge

        Initiated by Le Village by CA Finistère and the Campus mondial de la mer, Narwhal Challenge is a new initiative led by a collective (Brest métropole, CCI métropolitaine Bretagne Ouest, Technopôle Brest-Iroise, Investir en Finistère, Crédit Agricole Filière Mer and Pôle Mer Bretagne Atlantique) aimed at attracting startups and project leaders in marine science and technology to the region.

        At the end of the in-depth study of the 21 applications received, the Narwhal Challenge selection committee issued its verdict: 4 international projects (Germany, Canada, India and the Netherlands) were selected! The key for these start-ups and project leaders: a week of immersion in the Campus community, organised on a tailor-made basis according to their needs, from 9 to 13 December. We will take this opportunity to introduce them to our exceptional living environment!



        The Dutch start-up FORU-SOLUTION offers a unit for the recovery of floating hydrocarbons. Its shape, adapted to wave movements, allows it to operate in oil ports and offshore situations, even in difficult circumstances (rough seas).



        SEANEXUS has developed an offshore platform technology for seaweed cultivation. This reliable and robust system allows multiple harvests at reduced production costs. The prototype tested at sea has proven to be resistant to harsh sea conditions and promotes effective algae growth.

        Sedna Technologies


        SEDNA TECHNOLOGIES' objective is to increase the automation and real-time monitoring of seafood products by creating innovative software and hardware solutions for traceability. These solutions make it possible to maintain the health status of products at all stages of the supply chain.

        Nirdhwani Technologies


        Arnab Das, Director at the Maritime Research Centre of Pune, is in charge of the NIRDHWANI TECHNOLOGIES project. He is interested in the negative impact of low frequency noise due to maritime transport, on marine mammals and on the performance of passive sonars used in military applications. His research work aims to strengthen acoustic capabilities in terms of underwater awareness.

        Would you like to meet them? Contact us and/or meet them at the Campus Assembly on December 12 at Océanopolis.

      • Published on 29/11/2019
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