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2018 Feb – Maritime Search and Rescue – Exercise SCOPE 2017 reveals key operational requirements

As the volume of vessel traffic, including cruise ships, continues to increase, so too does the risk of an incident. There is now an urgent need to train and prepare for large scale incidents that could include mass rescue or large oil spill response.

 

2018 Feb – Shipping Herald – SMART4SEA Conference: Focus on barriers & drivers to digital transformation in shipping

The 2018 SMART4SEA Conference successfully concluded on Wednesday 31st of January, at Stavros Niarchos Foundation Cultural Center (SNFCC) at the Bookcastle of the National Library of Greece, attracting 500 delegates from 20 countries representing a total of 240 organizations.

 

2018 Feb – Marine Electronics & Communications – New E-Navigation Project for Scandinavian ferries and ports

Scandinavian ferries will take e-navigation to the next stage under a €4.5M (US$5.3M) Sea Traffic Management (STM) Project.

 

2018 Feb – Digital Ship – STM project expands

The Sea Traffic Management (STM) Project has received EU funding from the Interreg Central Baltic Programme to support a new programme called EfficientFlow, which will aim to improve traffic management in the ports of Rauma, Finland and Gävle, Sweden, as well as STM-enabled traffic flow management for large ferries that sail through the archipelago between Sweden and Finland.

 

2018 Feb – Digital Ship – MCP project completes Korean test

The first full sea trials of the Maritime Connectivity Platform (MCP), created via a partnership between the EfficienSea2 and STM Validation projects in Europé and the Korean SMART Navigation Project, have been successfully completed with a demonstration of the technology in Korea.

 

2018 Feb – Nafsgreen – STM makes e-Navigation Underway at “e-Navigation Underway”

This year the conference ship is part of the Sea Traffic Management (STM) Validation project using e-Navigation solutions. Conference delegates visited the bridge to see the Wärtsilä NACOS Platinum ECDISPILOT send the ship’s Voyage Plan to the VTS in Norway, having a Kongsberg system, and to a shore centre in Sweden, using a Saab system, and receive current safety information back.

 

2018 Feb – Fathom news – The case where less optimal operations lead to better efficiency

DEMAND for greater efficiency in the global logistics chain is increasing, putting pressure on different links in that chain to share information and seek incremental benefits. But with the commercial logistics chain dominated by private actors, each with focused internal efficiency and profit motives, finding what is best for the whole logistics chain is difficult. New thinking also suggests that individual optimisation could lead to less optimal overall performance.

 

2018 Feb – Safety4Sea – 2018 SMART4SEA Conference & Awards

The 2018 SMART4SEA Conference successfully concluded on Wednesday 31st of January, at Stavros Niarchos Foundation Cultural Center (SNFCC) at the Bookcastle of the National Library of Greece, attracting 500 delegates from 20 countries representing a total of 240 organizations.

 

2018 Feb – Fathom News – The case where less optimal operations lead to better efficiency

DEMAND for greater efficiency in the global logistics chain is increasing, putting pressure on different links in that chain to share information and seek incremental benefits. But with the commercial logistics chain dominated by private actors, each with focused internal efficiency and profit motives, finding what is best for the whole logistics chain is difficult. New thinking also suggests that individual optimisation could lead to less optimal overall performance.

 

2018 Feb – SAFETY4SEA – SMART4SEA Conference addressed barriers & drivers to digital transformation in shipping

The 2018 SMART4SEA Conference successfully concluded on Wednesday 31st of January, at Stavros Niarchos Foundation Cultural Center (SNFCC) at the Bookcastle of the National Library of Greece, attracting 500 delegates from 20 countries representing a total of 240 organizations.

 

2018 Jan – Kongsberg – STM makes e-Navigation Underway at e-Navigation Underway

The International e-Navigation Underway conference took place on-board the DFDS cruise ship “Pearl Seaways” voyaging between Copenhagen and Oslo January 24-26. This year the conference ship is part of the Sea Traffic Management (STM) Validation project using e-Navigation solutions. Conference delegates visited the bridge to see the Wärtsilä NACOS Platinum ECDISPILOT send the ship’s Voyage Plan to the VTS in Norway, having a Kongsberg system, and to a shore centre in Sweden, using a Saab system, and receive current safety information back.

 

2018 Jan – Ålands sjöfart – Unik teknik på äldre kämpe (Swedish)

Passagerarfartyget Pearl Seaways (ex Athena och Star Aquarius), som till vardags trafikerar sträckan Oslo-Köpenhamn, är nu utrustat med STM-teknik. En av grundtankarna inom STM (Sea Traffic Management) är att ett mer stukturerat och digitalt informationsutbyte mellan fartyg, hamnar och andra aktörer inom branschen ska bidra till effektivare sjöfart.

 

2018 Jan – Transportnet – STM ska lyfta kommunikationen till havs (Swedish)

STM är den nya tekniken som ska göra det lättare för fartyg att få information om varandra. Nu testas det på passagerarfartyget Pearl Seaways.

 

2018 Jan – Maritime Denmark – Pearl Seaways ferry installs STM-system

DFDS Seaways has just equipped the Pearl Seaways car and passenger ferry with an advanced Sea Traffic Management System (STM) that enables exchange of information concerning voyage plans, navigation alerts etc. between ships, ports and other key operators in the business.

 

2018 Jan – the Motorways of the Sea Digital Multichannel Platform – STM makes e-Navigation Underway at “e-Navigation Underway”

The International e-Navigation Underway conference took place on-board the DFDS cruise ship “Pearl Seaways” voyaging between Copenhagen and Oslo January 24-26. This year the conference ship is part of the Sea Traffic Management (STM) Validation project using eNavigation solutions.

 

2018 Jan – Infrasverige – Framtidens informationsutbyte mellan fartyg testas på Pearl Seaways

Passagerarfartyget Pearl Seaways, som till vardags trafikerar sträckan Oslo-Köpenhamn, är nu utrustat med STM-teknik. En av grundtankarna inom STM (Sea Traffic Management) är att ett mer stukturerat och digitalt informationsutbyte mellan fartyg, hamnar och andra aktörer inom branschen ska bidra till effektivare sjöfart.

 

2018 Jan – Sjöfartstidningen – Pearl Seaways STM-utrustad (Swedish)

DFDS bil- och passagerarfärja Pearl Seaways har utrustats med STM-teknik.

 

2018 Jan – Asia Middle East Maritime Focus – STM takes e-navigation a step further for ferry safety

Regional e-navigation development took another step forward last week as transfers of ship route information were demonstrated on a DFDS ferry. Pearl Seaways is part of the Sea Traffic Management (STM) validation project operating around Denmark, Sweden and Norway, in the North Sea and Baltic Sea.

 

2018 Jan – Passenger Ship Technology – STM takes e-navigation a step further for ferry safety

Regional e-navigation development took another step forward last week as transfers of ship route information were demonstrated on a DFDS ferry. Pearl Seaways is part of the Sea Traffic Management (STM) validation project operating around Denmark, Sweden and Norway, in the North Sea and Baltic Sea.

 

2018 Jan – Norwegian Solutions – STM takes e-navigation a step further for ferry safety

Regional e-navigation development took another step forward last week as transfers of ship route information were demonstrated on a DFDS ferry. Pearl Seaways is part of the Sea Traffic Management (STM) validation project operating around Denmark, Sweden and Norway, in the North Sea and Baltic Sea.

 

2018 Jan – Mynewsdesk – Framtidens informationsutbyte mellan fartyg testas på Pearl Seaways (Swedish)

Passagerarfartyget Pearl Seaways, som till vardags trafikerar sträckan Oslo-Köpenhamn, är nu utrustat med STM-teknik. En av grundtankarna inom STM (Sea Traffic Management) är att ett mer stukturerat och digitalt informationsutbyte mellan fartyg, hamnar och andra aktörer inom branschen ska bidra till effektivare sjöfart.

 

2018 Jan – Transas (Newsletter) Transas Global Conference. (distributed more than one day)

How can vessels, ports and training facilities work together on technology and on developing a common operating platform to achieve operating efficiencies? How do we respond to cybersecurity & create highly reliable organisations?

 

2018 Jan – Marine Electronics & Communications – STM takes e-navigation a step further for ferry safety

Regional e-navigation development took another step forward last week as transfers of ship route information were demonstrated on a DFDS ferry. Pearl Seaways is part of the Sea Traffic Management (STM) validation project operating around Denmark, Sweden and Norway, in the North Sea and Baltic Sea.

 

2018 Jan – MFAME – Captains and Pilots Called for Testing of Sea Traffic Management

The European Maritime Simulator Network EMSN aims at improving the exchange of information and route guidance in maritime transport and at reducing waiting times in ports.

 

2018 Jan – Hellenic Shipping News – Professional mariners wanted as test participants

The European Maritime Simulator Network EMSN aims at improving the exchange of information and route guidance in maritime transport and at reducing waiting times in ports.

 

2018 Jan – BC Shipping News – Sharp minds to plot new course for industry at Transas Global Conference

Moving from smart talk to practical solutions and learning from other industries will be the twin themes of an industry event scheduled for Vancouver in March. Technology will be an enabler, but the maritime industry will have to be prepared to change its model to be a candidate for a smarter digital future.

 

2018 Jan – Inside marine – Sharp minds to plot new course for industry at Transas Global Conference

Moving from smart talk to practical solutions and learning from other industries will be the twin themes of an industry event scheduled for Vancouver in March.

 

2018 Jan – Safety4Sea – Transas Global Conference to plot new course for maritime industry

Moving from smart talk to practical solutions and learning from other industries will be the twin themes of Transas Global Conference 2018 in Vancouver in 6-8 March. The event’s ‘Enterprise Change’ agenda brings together global business leaders, technology disruptors, academics and the visionaries to explore the practicalities of digital implementation.

 

2018 Jan – MarineLink – Transas Conference to Plot Industry’s New Course

Moving from smart talk to practical solutions and learning from other industries will be the twin themes of an industry event scheduled for Vancouver in March. Technology will be an enabler, but the maritime industry will have to be prepared to change its model to be a candidate for a smarter digital future.

 

2018 Jan – Maritime Logistics Professional – Transas Conference to Plot Industry’s New Course

Moving from smart talk to practical solutions and learning from other industries will be the twin themes of an industry event scheduled for Vancouver in March. Technology will be an enabler, but the maritime industry will have to be prepared to change its model to be a candidate for a smarter digital future.

 

2018 Jan – Maritime Global News – Transas Conference to Plot Industry’s New Course

Moving from smart talk to practical solutions and learning from other industries will be the twin themes of an industry event scheduled for Vancouver in March. Technology will be an enabler, but the maritime industry will have to be prepared to change its model to be a candidate for a smarter digital future.

 

2018 Jan – MFAME – Sharp Minds to Plot New Course for Industry at Transas Global Conference

Moving from smart talk to practical solutions and learning from other industries will be the twin themes of an industry event scheduled for Vancouver in March. Technology will be an enabler, but the maritime industry will have to be prepared to change its model to be a candidate for a smarter digital future.

 

2018 Jan – Nafsgreen – Sharp minds to plot new course for industry at Transas Global Conference

Moving from smart talk to practical solutions and learning from other industries will be the twin themes of an industry event scheduled for Vancouver in March. Technology will be an enabler, but the maritime industry will have to be prepared to change its model to be a candidate for a smarter digital future.

 

2018 Jan – infomarine on-line – Sharp Minds to Plot New Course for Industry at Transas Global Conference

Moving from smart talk to practical solutions and learning from other industries will be the twin themes of an industry event scheduled for Vancouver in March. Technology will be an enabler, but the maritime industry will have to be prepared to change its model to be a candidate for a smarter digital future.

 

2018 Jan – The Maritime Executive – Sharp Minds to Plot New Course for Industry at Transas Global Conference

Moving from smart talk to practical solutions and learning from other industries will be the twin themes of an industry event scheduled for Vancouver in March. Technology will be an enabler, but the maritime industry will have to be prepared to change its model to be a candidate for a smarter digital future.

 

2018 Jan – Hellenic Shipping News – Sharp minds to plot new course for industry at Transas Global Conference

Moving from smart talk to practical solutions and learning from other industries will be the twin themes of an industry event scheduled for Vancouver in March. Technology will be an enabler, but the maritime industry will have to be prepared to change its model to be a candidate for a smarter digital future.

 

2018 Jan – SeaNews – New Course for Industry to be Plotted at Transas Global Conference

Moving from smart talk to practical solutions and learning from other industries will be the twin themes of an industry event scheduled for Vancouver in March. Technology will be an enabler, but the maritime industry will have to be prepared to change its model to be a candidate for a smarter digital future.

 

2018 Jan – Setcorp – Sharp minds to plot new course for industry at Transas Global Conference

Moving from smart talk to practical solutions and learning from other industries will be the twin themes of an industry event scheduled for Vancouver in March. Technology will be an enabler, but the maritime industry will have to be prepared to change its model to be a candidate for a smarter digital future.

 

2018 Jan – ShipInsight – Sharp minds to plot new course for industry at Transas Global Conference

Moving from smart talk to practical solutions and learning from other industries will be the twin themes of an industry event scheduled for Vancouver in March. Technology will be an enabler, but the maritime industry will have to be prepared to change its model to be a candidate for a smarter digital future.

 

2018 Jan – Marine Electronics & Communications – Ferries could be remotely operated from shore

Rolls-Royce and Wärtsilä are developing technology for remote monitoring and control of passenger ships while NTNU has built simulators for teaching future ferry operators.