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Tuesday, 12 January 2016 21:18

IMO tech centre network gets EU funding

An IMO project which aims to establish a global network of Maritime Technology Cooperation Centres (MTCCs) in developing countries is to go ahead, thanks to a €10 million funding contribution from the European Commission (EC).

The MONALISA2.0 project has released a road map of the development required for the maritime industry to move towards a full scale Sea Traffic Management (STM) system, with the publication of its STM e-Master Plan.

A new EU-backed research and development project has been launched to improve training to respond to cyber-attacks and other threats on Europe’s critical infrastructure, including ports.

Danelec Marine reports that it will be heading up an integration-focused working group as part of the EU’s EfficienSea2 maritime innovation project, which aims to improve safety and increase efficiency at sea.

Phasor has been awarded a €2 million grant under the European Commission’s Horizon 2020 programme, to assist in the commercial development of the company’s flat panel antenna technology.

The EU has approved a DKK 85 million (approximately $12.5 million) Danish-led maritime innovation project, intended to enhance safety of navigation and increase efficiency at sea.

The European Parliament has approved draft EU rules requiring ship owners using EU ports to monitor and report CO2 emissions each year.

The research project e-Compliance has announced the arrival of its Maritime Thesaurus and Ontology, designed to help with the drafting, structure and understanding of maritime regulations.

DNV GL reports that Hapag-Lloyd is preparing to become the world’s first shipowner certified as ready for EU MRV (monitoring, reporting and verification) emissions regulations set to be finalised later this year.

Wednesday, 17 December 2014 11:29

New EU regulations on emissions monitoring

The EU Council has reached an agreement that will see ships above 5000 gross tons obliged to monitor CO2 emissions from January 2018.

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