- Non‐EU stakeholders: analysis of R&D strategy/policy/programme and priorities D5.2
This document is a preliminary analysis of the existing maritime and marine research and development strategies, policies and priorities in non‐European Mediterranean countries. It reflects the vision of non‐EU countries and is preparatory to the Policy dialogue Workshop with non‐EU stakeholders that will occur in November 2017, aimed at identifying the ways toward an alignment of the SRIA with the priorities of non‐European countries and to elaborate a shared agenda.
- Research Infrastructure assessment D3.3.
This Research Infrastructures Assessment is a preliminary study of existing research infrastructures, to identify needs and gaps and suggest actions to be taken to propose the final roadmap to high level policy makers. It aims to verify whether marine and maritime Research Infrastructures (RI) in the Mediterranean relevant for the SRIA goals already exist or should be upgraded or built, and whether existing RI are satisfactory shared. Five categories of RI have been identified and investigated: research vessels and equipment, marine based facilities, land based facilities, satellites and spatial and marine data management
- Data Policies and Accessibility Assessment
Many EU-funded projects have been exploring ways to construct interoperable approaches to support open-data policies. However, a gap that BLUEMED is trying to bridge is the need to find practical ways to guide potential users through the maze of data that are increasingly becoming available. Attention is paid to the totally different needs that distinct communities have in accessing data. These needs range from the access to raw data (as in the case of scientific communities) to the access to products of variable degrees of elaboration and complexity. BLUEMED aims at defining guides to the potential users of all the marine-related data and products in support to economic growth of the region.
- BLUEMED Coordinators’ Meeting, Deliverable 5.1
The following is a report on the Coordinators’ Meeting that took place in Malta on 11-12 January 2018 with the goal of capitalizing on the results of other mostly EU-funded projects working on topics related to the BLUEMED priorities. The report presents the main points discussed during the meeting as well as recommendations for updating the BLUEMED SRIA and enhancing intra-project collaboration.
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