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2017 Jun – Safety4Sea log – Issue 19 Spring 2017

 

2017 Jun – The Digital Ship (Newsletter) – Sea Traffic Management project completes operational testing

The STM (Sea Traffic Management) validation project reports that it has completed the first operational tests of its integrated vessel information sharing system with shore centre manufacturers, facilitating data exchange beet two different maritime IT manufacturers’ systems.

 

2017 Jun – Port Technology – EU-Funded Project Tests Sea Traffic Management

An EU-funded traffic management system has been tested at shore centres to speed sharing of route data between ship navigational systems and shore centres.

 

2017 Jun – Port Technology (Newsletter) – EU-Funded Project Tests Sea Traffic Management

An EU-funded traffic management system has been tested at shore centres to speed sharing of route data between ship navigational systems and shore centres.

 

2017 Jun – Shipping Insight (newsletter) – Sea Traffic Management System Tested

The E.U.-funded Sea Traffic Management (STM) Validation Project has undergone its first operational tests.

 

2017 Jun – MaritimeToday – STM Validation: Interoperable Ship and Shore Center Services

Inspired by the European program for Air Traffic Managemen, the Sea Traffic Management (STM) methodology has been developed by the Swedish Maritime Administration MonaLisa project to define a set of systems and procedures to guide and monitor maritime traffic

 

2017 Jun – MarineLink – STM Validation: Interoperable Ship and Shore Center Services

Inspired by the European program for Air Traffic Managemen, the Sea Traffic Management (STM) methodology has been developed by the Swedish Maritime Administration MonaLisa project to define a set of systems and procedures to guide and monitor maritime traffic.

 

2017 Jun – Maritime Logistics Professional – STM Validation: Interoperable Ship and Shore Center Services

Inspired by the European program for Air Traffic Managemen, the Sea Traffic Management (STM) methodology has been developed by the Swedish Maritime Administration MonaLisa project to define a set of systems and procedures to guide and monitor maritime traffic.

 

2017 Jun – Safety4Sea (Newsletter Jun 19) – Interoperable ship and shore connection realized

The STM Validation project has made the first operational tests with the shore centre manufacturers. The standardised information exchange mechanism makes it possible for actors to connect seamlessly at the first attempt and without any discussions on formats, interfaces or communications means.

 

2017 Jun – InterManager – Top Ten Maritime News Stories 19/06/2017

9. Sea Traffic Management Plans
The E.U.-funded Sea Traffic Management (STM) Validation Project has undergone its first operational tests. The STM project is a follow on from the E.U.-funded MONALISA 2.0 project which developed a system that enables vessel route information to be shared between ships and centers on shore. The STM Validation Project encompasses 39 partners (private, public and academic) from 13 countries and with a total budget of 43 million Euros ($45 million). The project will run from 2015 to 2018.

 

2017 Jun – The Maritime Executive (Newsletter) – Sea Traffic Management System Tested

The E.U.-funded Sea Traffic Management (STM) Validation Project has undergone its first operational tests.

 

2017 Jun – Infomarine on-line – STM Validation: Interoperable Ship and Shore Center Services

Inspired by the European program for Air Traffic Managemen, the Sea Traffic Management (STM) methodology has been developed by the Swedish Maritime Administration MonaLisa project to define a set of systems and procedures to guide and monitor maritime traffic.

 

2017 Jun – Maritime Global News – STM Validation: Interoperable Ship and Shore Center Services

Inspired by the European program for Air Traffic Managemen, the Sea Traffic Management (STM) methodology has been developed by the Swedish Maritime Administration MonaLisa project to define a set of systems and procedures to guide and monitor maritime traffic.

 

2017 Jun – Ship Management – STM Validation Project makes first operational tests with shore centre manufacturers

Sea Traffic Management (STM) has installed the first STM-compatible shore centre in the Tarifa VTS in Spain. The STM Validation project has made the first operational tests with the shore centre manufacturers.

 

2017 Jun – The Digital Ship – Sea Traffic Management project completes operational testing

The STM (Sea Traffic Management) validation project reports that it has completed the first operational tests of its integrated vessel information sharing system with shore centre manufacturers, facilitating data exchange beet two different maritime IT manufacturers’ systems.

 

2017 Jun – Hellenic Shipping News – Interoperable ship and shore centre services

The STM Validation project has made the first operational tests with the shore centre manufacturers. The key to the interoperability between different systems is the robust underlying infrastructure. The standardised information exchange mechanism makes it possible for actors to connect seamlessly at the first attempt and without any discussions on formats, interfaces or communications means.

 

2017 Jun – The Maritime Executive – Sea Traffic Management System Tested

The E.U.-funded Sea Traffic Management (STM) Validation Project has undergone its first operational tests.

 

2017 Jun – Safety4Sea – Interoperable ship and shore connection realized

The STM Validation project has made the first operational tests with the shore centre manufacturers. Using underlying infrastructure to achieve interoperability between different systems, the standardised information exchange mechanism makes it possible for actors to connect seamlessly at the first attempt and without any discussions on formats, interfaces or communications means.

 

2017 Jun – Safety4Sea (Newsletter Jun 16) – Containerisation of maritime information (YouTube)

The 2017 SMART4SEA Conference & Awards, a PRO BONO event, successfully concluded on Tuesday 31st of January 2017 in Eugenides Foundation, Athens attracting 460 delegates from 15 countries representing a total of 240 organizations.

 

2017 Jun – Nafsgreen – MarineFields Holdingsand Inmarsat have signed MOU

MarineFields Holdings Ltd (a member of Tototheo Maritime) and Inmarsat (LSE:ISAT.L) have signed an MOU to partner in investigating how sea traffic management and satellite connectivity can make port calls more efficient for all stakeholders through improved information sharing, situational awareness, optimised processes, and collaborative decision making.

 

2017 Jun – All about shipping – MarineFields Holdings Ltd and Inmarsat have signed an MOU

MarineFields Holdings Ltd (a member of Tototheo Maritime) and Inmarsat (LSE:ISAT.L) have signed an MOU to partner in investigating how sea traffic management and satellite connectivity can make port calls more efficient for all stakeholders through improved information sharing, situational awareness, optimised processes, and collaborative decision making.

 

2017 Jun – The Maritime Executive – MarineFields and Inmarsat Sign MOU to Digitalize Port Call Information

MarineFields and Inmarsat (LSE:ISAT.L) have signed an MOU to partner in investigating how sea traffic management and satellite connectivity can make port calls more efficient for all stakeholders through improved information sharing, situational awareness, optimized processes, and collaborative decision making.

 

2017 Jun – Infomarine on-line – MarineFields and Inmarsat Sign MOU to Digitalize Port Call Information

MarineFields and Inmarsat (LSE:ISAT.L) have signed an MOU to partner in investigating how sea traffic management and satellite connectivity can make port calls more efficient for all stakeholders through improved information sharing, situational awareness, optimized processes, and collaborative decision making.

 

2017 Jun – Inside marine – MarineFields and Inmarsat sign MOU on collaborative decision making project to digitalise port call information

MarineFields and Inmarsat (LSE:ISAT.L) have signed an MOU to partner in investigating how sea traffic management and satellite connectivity can make port calls more efficient for all stakeholders through improved information sharing, situational awareness, optimised processes, and collaborative decision making.

 

2017 Jun – Hellenic Shipping News – MarineFields and Inmarsat sign MOU on collaborative decision making project to digitalise port call information

MarineFields and Inmarsat have signed an MOU to partner in investigating how sea traffic management and satellite connectivity can make port calls more efficient for all stakeholders through improved information sharing, situational awareness, optimised processes, and collaborative decision making.

 

2017 Jun – Safety4Sea – MarineFields, Inmarsat to digitalise port call information

MarineFields and Inmarsat have signed a Memorandum of Understanding, to partner in investigating how sea traffic management and satellite connectivity can make port calls more efficient for all stakeholders. The joint effort will be focused on providing port call optimization services resulting in just-in-time operations and shortened turn-around times.

 

2017 Jun – Bunker Ports News – MarineFields and Inmarsat sign MOU on collaborative decision making project to digitalise port call information

MarineFields and Inmarsat have signed an MOU to partner in investigating how sea traffic management and satellite connectivity can make port calls more efficient for all stakeholders through improved information sharing, situational awareness, optimised processes, and collaborative decision making.

 

2017 Jun – 4-traders – Inmarsat : and MarineFields collaborate on improving port call process

Inmarsat and MarineFields collaborate on improving port call process. 8 June 2017: Inmarsat and digital services developer MarineFields have signed an MOU to partner in investigating how sea traffic management and satellite connectivity can make port calls more efficient.

 

2017 Jun – Forwarder Magazine – MarineFields and Inmarsat sign MOU on collaborative decision making project to digitalise port call information

MarineFields and Inmarsat (LSE:ISAT.L) have signed an MOU to partner in investigating how sea traffic management and satellite connectivity can make port calls more efficient for all stakeholders through improved information sharing, situational awareness, optimised processes, and collaborative decision making.

 

2017 Jun – Satellite Evolution Group – MarineFields and Inmarsat sign MOU on collaborative decision making project to digitalise port call information

MarineFields and Inmarsat (LSE:ISAT.L) have signed an MOU to partner in investigating how sea traffic management and satellite connectivity can make port calls more efficient for all stakeholders through improved information sharing, situational awareness, optimised processes, and collaborative decision making.

 

2017 Jun – Setcorp.info – MarineFields and Inmarsat sign MOU on collaborative decision making project to digitalise port call information

MarineFields and Inmarsat (LSE:ISAT.L) have signed an MOU to partner in investigating how sea traffic management and satellite connectivity can make port calls more efficient for all stakeholders through improved information sharing, situational awareness, optimised processes, and collaborative decision making.

 

2017 Jun – Digital Ship – International PortCDM council established

An international PortCDM Council, inspired by the Airport CDM (Collaborative Decision Making) council has been established, initiated by the STM (Sea Traffic Management) Validation Project and bringing together a range of governmental and non-governmental maritime organisations.

 

2017 Jun – Port Strategy – Beauty of co-ordinated port calls

Mikael Lind advises co-ordination for enhanced predictability of port call operations A captain of one of the world’s largest container vessels recently told me that he typically arrives at a port according to schedule, but too often the port is not ready to handle his ship. This means either anchoring until the port is ready, taking a detour, or choosing to go to another port. However, due to contractual rules, some with clauses that have been in place for centuries, he is frequently legally required to arrive at a specified time, regardless of the port’s readiness. This is not an uncommon situation: our data analysis of arrivals to a medium size port indicates that 20% of all vessels anchored an average 18 hours.

 

2017 Jun – Customs today – Beauty of co-ordinated port calls

A captain of one of the world’s largest container vessels recently told me that he typically arrives at a port according to schedule, but too often the port is not ready to handle his ship. This means either anchoring until the port is ready, taking a detour, or choosing to go to another port. However, due to contractual rules, some with clauses that have been in place for centuries, he is frequently legally required to arrive at a specified time, regardless of the port’s readiness. This is not an uncommon situation: our data analysis of arrivals to a medium size port indicates that 20% of all vessels anchored an average 18 hours.

 

2017 Jun – Hellenic Shipping news – Beauty of co-ordinated port calls

A captain of one of the world’s largest container vessels recently told me that he typically arrives at a port according to schedule, but too often the port is not ready to handle his ship. This means either anchoring until the port is ready, taking a detour, or choosing to go to another port. However, due to contractual rules, some with clauses that have been in place for centuries, he is frequently legally required to arrive at a specified time, regardless of the port’s readiness. This is not an uncommon situation: our data analysis of arrivals to a medium size port indicates that 20% of all vessels anchored an average 18 hours.

 

2017 Jun – Bunker Ports News – Beauty of co-ordinated port calls

A captain of one of the world’s largest container vessels recently told me that he typically arrives at a port according to schedule, but too often the port is not ready to handle his ship. This means either anchoring until the port is ready, taking a detour, or choosing to go to another port. However, due to contractual rules, some with clauses that have been in place for centuries, he is frequently legally required to arrive at a specified time, regardless of the port’s readiness. This is not an uncommon situation: our data analysis of arrivals to a medium size port indicates that 20% of all vessels anchored an average 18 hours.

 

2017 June – Fathom news – Nor-Shipping: Data sharing can help ports run more smoothly

Port operations are being streamlined through increased use of shared data platforms. These platforms not only enable maritime administrations to monitor shipping more accurately, but are being seen as a tool by businesses to access critical information quickly.

 

2017 May – Fathom news – Nor-Shipping: Industry yet to optimise existing vessel connectivity

Maritime communication volumes has really exploded in the past six years, according to Piers Cunningham, Vice President Maritime at communications service provider Speedcast, but there is still a lot more that can be done by operators to maximise the potential available.

 

2017 May – Sjöfartstidningen – Grönt engagemang på Nor-Shipping (Swedish)

Nor-Shipping är i full gång och redan första dagen hölls ett svenskt seminarium om hållbarhet och innovativa lösningar inom sjöfarten.

 

2017 May – Safety4Sea (Newsletter May 30) – Monalisa 2 STM Validation receives the 2017 SMART4SEA Innovation Award (YouTube)

Monalisa 2 STM Validation received the SMART4SEA Innovation Award, sponsored by HEMEXPO, for introducing smart solutions for sharing information data which result in efficient, safe and environmentally friendly maritime transport in the EU while at the same time reduce administrative burdens. Other short-listed nominees for this category were: Kongsberg Maritime, Laros by Prisma Electronics, Marine Traffic and North of England P&I Club.