Maritime Cluster Northern Germany
The MCN is a network of over 350 members from commerce, science and government. It promotes and bolsters cross-sector collaboration in the maritime industry between the federal states of Bremen, Hamburg, Schleswig-Holstein, Lower Saxony and Mecklenburg-West Pomerania.
Subsea Monitoring Network
The Subsea Monitoring Network is Germany's leading enterprise network for underwater technology and a national contact for ocean research and engineering. It focuses in particular on technology development and testing in this field and is a crucial driver of the development of the Ocean Technology Campus in Rostock.
German Association for Marine Technology
The German Association for Marine Technology represents the interests of businesses and research institutes throughout Germany that are active in the field of marine technology to the public and to policymakers. It assists its members in developing innovative products and services.
Center of Maritime Technologies
The purpose of the Center of Maritime Technologies e. V. is to encourage research, development and innovation in the maritime field, and accomplishes this by promoting cooperation between the various players, between industry and science, and within the framework of European research.
Maritime Economy committee of Mecklenburg-West Pomerania
The "Maritime Economy" committee of Mecklenburg-West Pomerania's chamber of commerce and industry focuses on shipbuilding/shipyards, maritime transport/port industries, fishing, maritime suppliers and servive providers, ocean engineering, maritime scientific and technological infrastructure, and maritime tourism, and in shaping public opinion.
Forum 3D maritim
The 3D maritim Forum is a unique coalition of specialized IT firms, research institutes and users driving the implementation of 3D in the maritime industry. Topics include 3D reconstruction, virtual and augmented reality, and computer vision.
The E-Boot 4.0 cooperation network is comprised of companies and research institutes, and focuses on the possibilities of applying 4.0 principles to shipbuilding. The network intends to initiate projects within the spheres of lightweight construction, propulsion, power supply, control systems and design that have the potential of making far-reaching changes to classical shipbuilding.