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Policy

SMMI contributes wherever possible to the development of policy and strategic thinking about the growth of the marine and maritime sectors. In particular SMMI is keen to enhance the research, development and innovation activities within these sectors. Our recent policy influences are:

GMTT2030 - Autonomous Systems

GMTT2030 - Autonomous Systems

With partners Lloyd's Register and QinetiQ SMMI has published Global Marine Technology Trends 2030 - Autonomous Systems. Looking at the impact upon the regulatory and social aspects of maritime operations.

 GMTT 2030

GMTT 2030

With partners Lloyd’s Register and QinetiQ, SMMI has published Global Marine Technology Trends 2030. This showcases 18 technologies that are set to shape the future.

UK Maritime Growth Study

UK Maritime Growth Study

As part of its influence on maritime growth SMMI contributed evidence to the study about the importance of the Higher Education sector.

UK Marine Industries Technology Roadmap

UK Marine Industries Technology Roadmap

SMMI hosted the leisure boat industry’s consultation event that formed part of the process of refreshing the roadmap. We also attended sessions to help shape the future of new technology for the industry.

The UK maritime sectors beyond Brexit

The UK maritime sectors beyond Brexit

"UK Maritime Sectors Beyond Brexit" is a comprehensive review of the legal implications for the maritime industries following the UK's departure from the EU.

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