Previous Waterborne Documents

2011 editions of Waterborne Documents (SRA, WIRM and Vision)

Previous Waterborne Documents:

  • Waterborne Strategic Research Agenda
  • Waterborne Implementation Route Map
  • Waterborne Vision 2020
  • WATERBORNE TP Declaration
  • Waterborne Vision 2020

    Uploaded:  15 Sep 2016

  • Waterborne Strategic Research Agenda

    The first WATERBORNE Strategic Research Agenda (WSRA), issued in 2007, was reviewed and updated in 2011 to reflect developments in the maritime sector and new environmental and economic challenges, since the publication of the first issue. The changes include an increased priority on CO2 reduction, the growing offshore renewable energy market and refitting existing ships to accelerate the introduction of the environmental and economic benefits of new technology. The WSRA addresses the innovation challenges in the next 15 years, summarised under the 3 pillars of the Waterborne Vision 2020: • Safe, Sustainable and Efficient Waterborne Operations • A Competitive European Maritime Industry • Manage and Facilitate Growth and Changing Trade Patterns The key priority themes for Research, Development and Innovation (RD&I) are presented under these headings. Some of these themes have an impact on more than one pillar, not only the main one they are listed under. The key research themes are not stand-alone issues, but will be integrated through innovative interdisciplinary research into larger demonstrator programmes.

    Uploaded:  15 Sep 2016

  • Waterborne Implementation Route Map

    To achieve its objectives WATERBORNE has developed an Implementation Route Map for the WSRA (Strategic Research Agenda). This Executive Summary of the Strategic Research Agenda Implementation outlines the results of a process aimed at giving the stakeholders’ insight to the interrelation of the relevant Research, Development and Innovation (RDI) topics of the Strategic Agenda and the Vision 2020 targets. It identifies priorities and provides an idea of the scope in time and the necessary resources, as well as the possibilities of clustering in the form of Large Project Initiatives. It is a tool aiming at maximising the practical outcome of RDI resources available in the EU (Commission funding, National funding as well as Private funding). It forms a guidance document for consistent long term RDI programmes and demonstrates to politicians of both the Member States as well as the European Commission the innovative nature of the Waterborne Community.

    Uploaded:  15 Sep 2016