Nautic 2016, Conference on innovation and yachting

Nautic 2016 Conference Poster

"Innovation and technology, prospective of yachting" on the programme of the 2nd conference organised on 6 December by EBI and FIN for the Nautic 2016. Boatyards, equipment manufacturers, marinas, all are concerned.

Nautic Conference, 2nd edition

After a successful first edition in 2015, entitled "Discarded boats, a sector in the making", European Boating Industry (EBI), the Federation of Nautical Industries (FIN) and the Nautic are renewing the experience of the Nautic conference. The organisers have chosen the theme of innovation for the 2016 edition, "Innovation and technology, prospective yachting".

In the first part, shipyard managers, marine electronics suppliers and service providers will discuss connected boats and the use of digital innovations through two themes: shipyards in the digital age and the digital revolution of equipment manufacturers.

In the second part, the marina of the future and the new expectations of marina users will be explored.

Throughout the debates, speakers will seek to see how these innovations can be tools to consolidate the leadership of the European boating industry internationally.


The conference will be held on December 6, 2016 on the Nautic stage, Hall 1 of the Nautic 2016, Porte de Versailles.

15:00-15:10: Opening and Greeting Messages

Alain Pichavant , General Curator of the Paris International Boat Show / Reed Expositions France and Yves Lyon-Caen President of Nautic and FIN - Federation of Nautical Industries

Part 1: The connected boats

15h10-15h30 : Worksites in the digital age

Mirna Cieniewicz Bénéteau and Xavier Desmarest Overseas Yachting

15h30-15h50 : The digital revolution of equipment manufacturers

Gildas the Masson Navico and Yannick Perrigot , WE ARE NINA

15h50-16h00 : Questions and exchanges

Part 2: The marinas of the future

16h00-16h20 : Stéphanie de Bazelaire and Stéphane Millot R Marina, S2F Network and Jean-Michel Gaigné TransEurope Marinas

16h20-16h30 : Questions and exchanges

16h45 : Conclusions and conclusions

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