The quality of the membership is more important than the number of members. We aim to offer events, project initiatives, and collaboration arenas to all our members nationally and abroad and work side by side with our members to promote and push autonomous maritime technology to market.
To become a member, the applicant company, institution or organization must be ambitious and actively participate in the cluster’s work. This will augment the quality of the work and provide a fruitful cluster experience for all members.
Our cluster members are willing to engage in joint initiatives and projects with other members or to engage in projects initiated by the cluster. The member’s contributions can either be in the form of work hours from employees and/or financial contributions.
To become a member of the Ocean Autonomy Cluster, the following requirements are set:
Members of the Ocean Autonomy Cluster will be charged an annual membership fee based on the company's size. Equally, a minimum amount of contributing hours is required for each member.
The members' contributing hours are non-billable time spent in projects in the cluster, e.g., attending workshops, events, meetings, or other participation in projects run by the cluster.
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