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      • Air and naval defence

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            ACTIMAR
            ADEUPa
            Association CELADON
            Brest métropole
            Bretagne Développement Innovation
            Campus des Métiers et des Qualifications  des Industries de la Mer en Bretagne
            Capgemini Engineering
            CEPPOL (Centre d'expertises pratiques antipollution)
            CLS Brest
            Conseil Départemental du Finistère
            Conseil régional de Bretagne
            Crédit Agricole du Finistère - Filières Mer et Tourisme
            Crédit Maritime Grand Ouest / Banque Populaire Grand Ouest
            Crédit Mutuel Arkéa
            DIATEAM
            Ecole Navale
            ENSTA Bretagne
            Exail
            Finistère Mer Vent
            IFM (Institut Français de la mer)
            IMT Atlantique Bretagne-Pays de la Loire
            Ing-Iroise
            INPI
            INVESTIR EN FINISTERE
            ISEN/ YNCREA OUEST
            Morlaix Communauté
            MVG Industries
            Naval Group Brest
            Pays de Brest
            Pôle Mer Bretagne Atlantique
            Quimper Bretagne Occidentale
            Quimper Cornouaille développement
            RBR France
            RTSys
            SATT Ouest Valorisation
            SEAir
            SERCEL
            SHOM
            TECHNOPOLE BREST IROISE
            Technopole Quimper Cornouaille
            THALES
          • Brittany is home to four military air and naval bases of vital strategic importance for the French Navy. In Brest the naval and submarine bases provide crucial operational support to the Navy’s surface vessels and nuclear-powered ballistic missile submarines (SSBNs). A short distance away is the Landivisiau naval airbase, from which the Navy’s Rafale aircraft take off, and the Lanvéoc-Poulmic base which provides technical and logistical operational support from aircraft attached to the base or seconded to naval surface vessels.

            These major military hubs are served by a whole ecosystem, with large companies such as Thales and Naval Group, as well as around a hundred SMEs working in the defence sector notably under the umbrella of the Pôle Mer Bretagne Atlantique. Finistère also plays a significant role in training the service personnel of tomorrow, with three prestigious educational institutions. The French Naval Academy (École Navale) teaches around 2,000 students every year, from sailors and officers to doctoral students. The Brest Naval Training Centre (Centre d’instruction navale de Brest) comprises the École des Mousses, École de Maistrance and Lycée Naval. Finally, ENSTA Bretagne engineering school trains future military engineers and is an active contributor to innovation in the field of defence.

            Innovation is also supplied by the French Naval Hydrographic and Oceanographic Service (Shom), which produces new nautical charts, and the French Naval Academy Research Institute (IRENav), which has teams working on maritime data modelling and processing and mechanics and energy in the maritime environment. The Naval Academy is also home to the Humanities and Social Sciences Training Group, which researches the skills essential for future naval officers. The Chair of Naval Cyber Defence and the Chair of Resilience and Leadership are also part of the Naval Academy and develop diagnostic tools to assess organisations’ resilience. Located at the tip of Brittany, all these institutions are helping to find responses to the major air and naval defence challenges of tomorrow.

            To find out more

            The technical innovation centre ORION, Organisation pour la Recherche et l'Innovation Opérationnelle Navale (Organisation for Naval Research and Operational Innovation)

            Discover ORION (in French only)

             

            Photo: Stéphane Marc

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