Brittany (FRH0)

General Information

  • Rennes
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  • 3.412.207 (2022)
  • 108.251,91 (2021)
  • % of the National GDP 4,33 (2021)
  • % of Unemployment 6,00 (2022)
  • Regional GERD (%) -
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S3 Priorities


Name Description
Maritime Economy for Blue Growth Objectives: - Strengthening regional excellence in energy transition for and through the world of the sea - Increasing innovation capacity in maritime safety of the seas and oceans and coastal management - Developing marine biotechnologies and bioresources Thematic levers: - Marine renewable energies - Marine bioresources and biotechnologies - Vessels of the future - Ports, logistics and maritime transport - Maritime safety - Environment, ocean health and coastline management
The Food Economy of Eating Well for All Objectives: - Developing sustainable, responsible and efficient agriculture and aquaculture by supporting environmental, energy, digital, economic and social transitions - Making Brittany's agri-food sector a European leader in process control - Responding to new societal and consumer expectations in order to conquer new markets Thematic levers: - New agricultural production systems - Precision agriculture - The food processing plant of the future - Tomorrow’s consumption
Secure, Responsible Digital Economy Objectives: - Boosting innovation in digital technologies and applications (electronics, photonics, space, images and content, networks and connected objects, mobility) - Building collective intelligence around data - Building leadership in the European cybersecurity and digital security industry Thematic levers: - Cybersecurity - Electronics - Photonics - Data and intelligence - Images and contents / Networks and IoT - Aerospace industry - Sober and responsible digital technologies
The Industry Economy for Smart Production Objectives: - Developing advanced production technologies to increase competitiveness - Developing a transition industry Thematic levers: - Materials - Technologies related to industrial production and production technologies - Energies - Mobility industry - Human in Industry and Uses
Responding to Transition Challenges with a Cross-Cutting R&I Approach DIGITAL & INDUSTRIAL TRANSITION: - Organising and supporting the digitalisation of socio-economic players, in particular the dissemination and adaptation of digital technologies in companies - Incorporating dimensions of ethics, respect for individual liberties and ecological responsibility into digitalisation projects - Accompanying the changes in Breton industry, in particular for organisational, digital and energy aspects ENERGY & ECOLOGICAL TRANSITION - Accompanying the transformation of economic sectors towards adaptation to climate change, for a more resilient territory - Bringing out innovations with a positive impact and/or "low tech" and deploying the circular economy SOCIAL & CIVIC TRANSITION - Promoting the emergence and development of social innovations in the Breton economy - Strengthening and renewing the dialogue between science and society

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*Former Region: Brittany (FR52 in 2010)

Name Description
Observation, and energy and ecological engineering - Observation, surveillance and management of the environment, eco-systems and their interactions - Smart grids - Sustainable and energy efficient construction (green building and eco-construction, ICT) - Service-designed vehicles and mobility solutions - Eco-efficient processes and products, and bio-based materials
Social innovation for an open and creative society (a) Towards social and community innovation, b) E-education and e-learning, c) Heritage and sustainable tourism, d) Creative and cultural industries, e) Trends and developments in business models across industry and companies)
Maritime activities - Blue Growth ( a) Marine renewable energy, b) Sustainable use of biomass and biotechnology (for all applications), c) Recovery and use of marine mineral resources, d) New models for exploiting living resources (fishing and aquaculture), e) Boats of the future, f) Maritime security and safety)
Sustainable food supply chain for quality food (a) Food quality and safety, b) New agricultural production models, c) Food Factory of the Future)
Technologies for the digital society ( a) Future Internet: communicating objects, cloud computing and big data, b) Imaging and content, c) Software design, d) Digital modelling, e) Broadcast network convergence, fixed-mobile convergence, f) Cybersecurity)
Health and wellbeing better quality of life ( a) Prevention – health - wellbeing, b) New therapeutic approaches combining genetics, biomarkers and biomolecules, c) Medical, diagnostic and therapeutic technologies and e-health)
Advanced technologies for industrial applications ( a) Photonics and materials for optics, b) Multi-purpose materials, c) Harsh environment technology, d) Electronics, robotics, robotics for industrial engineering, e) Advanced manufacturing systems for small and medium batches (Factory of the Future) )

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