Three of the industry’s largest ECDIS suppliers, Transas, Wärtsilä SAM Electronics and Adveto, have supplied the first Sea Traffic Management-compatible onboard equipment, with 225 such systems being made available to the EU-backed project.
The Norwegian Minister of Transport, Ketil Solvik-Olsen, and Merete Eik, CEO of Port of Stavanger, have officially inaugurated the Port as a test bed for the Sea Traffic Management (STM) project, which aims to improve vessel safety through streamlined data exchange between ships.
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.
The EU is to contribute €21 million to the Sea Traffic Management Validation Project, part of the overarching Motorways of the Sea initiative, as the concept is tested in Northern Europe and the Mediterranean Sea with input from 300 vessels, 10 ports of different sizes and three shore centres.
As part of the MONALISA 2.0 project for Sea Traffic Management (STM), civic maritime simulators in different countries have been connected for the first time.
The Swedish Maritime Administration has initiated an extension of the on-going MONALISA project, called MONALISA 2.0, which aims at developing efficient, safe and environmentally friendly maritime transport in the European Union.
The world’s largest cruise company, Carnival Corporation, has joined the MONALISA project, led by The Swedish Maritime Administration, which aims to continuously track the locations of cruise and cargo vessels sailing in European waters.
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