COllaboration for Research regarding Maritime technologies, Observation, security, suRveillANce with Thales
Thales and its academic & research partners from the Brittany-Océane region, including the CNRS, have launched the Scientific Interest Group (GIS) CORMORANT, “Collaboration for Research regarding Maritime technologies, for Observation, security, and monitoring with Thales », in order to develop research excellence in Brittany on key themes for the naval and aeronautical industry. This partnership, dimensioning for the Brittany region with nearly a thousand researchers and engineers potentially concerned, aims to increase the regional expertise in the fields of the autonomy of maritime systems, Human-System interaction and human factors, and finally intelligent sensors and processing.
IMT Atlantique and partners Roles
The steering committee is chaired by Marie-Josée Vairon, Director of Thales - Brest.
The scientific committee is chaired by Christian Person, Professor at IMT Atlantique, and also Director of Lab-STICC UMR research unit. He is also co-director of the GIS with Vincent Verbeque, from the technology Department of Thales
The school is present in the scientific committee according to the various identified research themes and is also involved in steering and governance committees.
Academics Partners: UBO - UBS - ENIB - CNRS - ENSTA Bretagne - Ecole Navale - ISEN YNCREA
Industrial Partner: Thales Defence Mission Systems
Association CELADON, SeaTest Base operator