Project Partners
Innovating Partners

The SAFER project is led by dynamic partners from the Atlantic's most innovative seafood clusters


ERNACT Network
Lead partner with responsibility for reporting to the Atlantic Area Secretariat, project communications and leading project sustainability
Donegal, Ireland  
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Jose Manuel San Emeterio
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CPMR/CRPM
Will be key in the capitalization of the project results due to their position coordinating the Atlantic Arc Commission.
Brittany, France  
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Catherine Petiau
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Pole Mer Bretagne Atlantique
Will be responsible of the regional node in Brittany(FR). They will engage with stakeholders in the region to ensure the node sustainability and long-term effects.
Brittany, France  
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Justine Pittera
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Gobierno de Cantabria
Will manage the regional node in Cantabria(ES). They will build their work as responsible of promoting and support innovation of the seafood sector.They will liaise with regional and national stakeholders to ensure the node sustainability and long-term effects.
Cantabria, Spain  
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Jorge Muyo López
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Derry City & Strabane District Council
Will manage the regional node in Derry(UK). They will build their work as responsible of promoting and support innovation of the seafood sector.They will liaise with regional and national stakeholders to ensure node’s sustainability and long-term effects.
Derry & Strabane, United Kingdom  
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Catherine Goligher
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LYIT
Will bring their research capacity in sensor technologies and Internet of Things (IOT) to help develop project pilots. LYIT will be key in production of the project's technical papers and provide technical support to partner Údarás na Gaeltachta in Ireland.
Donegal, Ireland  
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Nick Timmons
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Udaras na Gaeltachta
Responsible of managing the regional node in Donegal(IE). They will work with the stakeholders in the Border, Midland and Western region to ensure the node sustainability and long-term effects
Donegal, Ireland  
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Hugh Mac Suibhne
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Bord Iascaigh Mhara
Provide support to Údarás na Gaeltachta to mainstream pilot solutions developed.
Donegal, Ireland  
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Government of Newfoundland and Labrador
Help connect Atlantic Canada blue economy clusters to those on the European Atlantic coast
Newfoundland & Labrador, Canada  
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Forum Oceano
Will be responsible of managing the node in Norte region (PT). They will work with the stakeholders in the Norte region to ensure the node sustainability and long-term effects.
Norte, Portugal  
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Carla Domingues
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Foodintech Lda
Being a private partner providing solutions to the sector Foodtech is the ideal partner to bring the private sector vision and coordinate the WP5 where the pilots will be implemented.
Norte, Portugal  
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Miguel Fernandes
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