eOdyn, start-up company from Brest in France, raised 600,000 euros. The young business, that measures ocean currents, wants to make shipping companies save 1% to 3% on fuel consumption.
eOdyn contributed to GlobCurrent project from European Space Agency. eOdyn data is now accessible through GlobCurrent portal. Craig Donlon, Principal Scientist for Oceans and Ice at The European Space Agency, circulates the good news.
eCO2track R&D project is launched in partnership with CMA CGM and Airbus Defence & Space. It is looking at reducing shipping emissions through enhanced weather routing. The project is funded by BPI, French public investment bank, with Pole Mer Bretagne Atlantique label.
Le Marin, leading French newspaper for maritime professionals, introduces eOdyn priot to its registration as a company.