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2018 Jul – Marine Electronics & Communications – ECDIS is the cornerstone of e-navigation

Compliant ECDIS and well-trained navigators will be crucial for the successful implementation of IMO’s e-navigation strategy.

 

2018 Jul – RINA – COMPIT’s Italian job

Halls of noble knights, armours and long swords, magnificent frescoes framing loopholes and battlements scarred from centuries past were the ideal crucible provided by the breathtaking Castello di Pavone for the alchemy that was to take place during COMPIT 2018. More than ever, the lucidity and depth of reflection directed at the all-too-practical issues and questions raised by big data, IoT, simulation, virtual & augmented reality and objective computational limitations will make the COMPIT 2018 proceedings essential reading for those that couldn’t be there.

 

2018 Jun – Regeringskansliet – Effektiva, kapacitetsstarka och hållbara godstransporter – en nationell godstransportstrategi (Swedish)

Några exempel på detta är Sjöfartsverkets innovationsarbete inom sjömotorvägskonceptet Sea Traffic Management, Interreg-projektet EMMA som utvecklar inlandssjöfarten.

 

2018 Jun – Marine Electronics & Communications – ECDIS is at the heart of sea traffic management

The STM validation project enables better communications and route transfers between ship ECDIS and vessel tracking services.

 

2018 Jun – Port Technology – MAIB: Ship Master Drank Alcohol Before Running Aground

An investigation has revealed that the master of a Netherlands-registered general cargo vessel Ruyter, which ran aground near Northern Island’s Rathlin Island, had been drinking prior to leaving the bridge unattended before the incident on October 10, 2017.

 

2018 Jun – Port of Hamburg – HVCC launches unique cooperation

The HVCC Hamburg Vessel Coordination Center and the Rotterdam Port Authority have entered into a cooperative relationship, the likes of which the world has never seen before: from now on, both ports will exchange relevant data through a digital interface so that shipping companies can steer their ships more efficiently and terminals can optimise their resource planning. This cooperation therefore improves the operational processes, while also making both ports more attractive.

 

2018 Jun – Fathomworld – Together we get better

Work on building collaborative decision making in and between ports has been evolving in recent years under the European-funded Sea Traffic Management validation project, and it is now coming of age.

 

2018 Jun – PortNews – HVCC Hamburg Vessel Coordination Center and the Rotterdam Port Authority launch unique cooperation

The HVCC Hamburg Vessel Coordination Center and the Rotterdam Port Authority have entered into a cooperative relationship, the likes of which the world has never seen before: from now on, both ports will exchange relevant data through a digital interface so that shipping companies can steer their ships more efficiently and terminals can optimise their resource planning. This cooperation therefore improves the operational processes, while also making both ports more attractive.

 

2018 Jun – Harbours Review – Sea Traffic Management project redefines the possibilities of a digital future (p. 36-39)

The Sea Traffic Management (STM) Validation project is a wide-scale European initiative focused on implementing new digital information exchange services for the shipping and port industries. STM comprises the third stage of this action that was initially defined during the previous projects MONALISA and MONALISA 2.0, all of which are co-funded by the EU within the Trans-European Transport Network (TEN-T).

 

2018 Jun – HHLA – HVCC launches unique cooperation

The HVCC Hamburg Vessel Coordination Center and the Rotterdam Port Authority have entered into a cooperative relationship, the likes of which the world has never seen before: from now on, both ports will exchange relevant data through a digital interface so that shipping companies can steer their ships more efficiently and terminals can optimise their resource planning. This cooperation therefore improves the operational processes, while also making both ports more attractive.

 

2018 Jun – Fathom World – How to overcome operational inefficiencies in charter parties

In a new Port CDM concept note, the authors examine how the shipping and port industries could benefit from a new kind of contract that will help overcome the limitations of the traditional and sometimes limiting charter party agreements.

 

2018 Jun – Sjöfartsverket – Många sjöfartssatsningar i infrastrukturplanen (Swedish)

Regeringen har i dag fattat beslut om nationell plan för transportsystemet 2018-2028.

– Aldrig tidigare har så många sjöfartsobjekt ingått till ett värde av sammanlagt cirka 5,1 miljarder kronor. Det är en tydlig markering av sjöfartens betydelse nu och i framtiden, säger Katarina Norén, GD för Sjöfartsverket.

 

2018 May – Marine Electronics & Communications – E-navigation and advanced radar gain momentum on the bridge

Wärtsilä, Sperry Marine and Raytheon Anschütz have advanced their bridge technology, while passenger ship operators can add extras such as Farsounder’s echosounder or ChartCo’s ECDIS overlays.

 

2018 May – Passenger Ship Technology – E-navigation and advanced radar gain momentum on the bridge

Wärtsilä, Sperry Marine and Raytheon Anschütz have advanced their bridge technology, while passenger ship operators can add extras such as Farsounder’s echosounder or ChartCo’s ECDIS overlays.

 

2018 May – International Bulk Journal – Global exchange of standard nautical information a step closer

The Port of Rotterdam, has hosted an international group discussion on standardised data definitions for the worldwide exchange of nautical information. There was a higher turnout than expected with the industry’s leading international players attending. Standardisation of shipping information is crucial to making more efficient use of sea-going vessels and reducing emissions.

 

2018 May – Fathom World – Ports and terminals see benefits of common messaging standards

PORTS and terminals involved in developing and testing a common automated messaging format are beginning to see the benefits of sharing data.

 

2018 May – Digital Ship – e-Navigation programmes aim for lasting legacy (p. 50-51)

The development of an e-Navigation infrastructure across the global maritime industry will depend on the adoption of standardisation and open platforms. Europe’s STM (Sea Traffic Management) and EfficienSea2 Projects are both working towards creating a lasting impact in both of those areas Before they conclude this year.

 

2018 May – Port of Rotterdam – Worldwide exchange of standard nautical information a step closer

Today in the Port of Rotterdam, an international group discussed standardised data definitions for the worldwide exchange of nautical information. There was a higher turnout than expected with the industry’s leading international players attending. Standardisation of shipping information is crucial to making more efficient use of sea-going vessels and reducing emissions.

 

2018 May – ONE Transas – Mission accomplished

Ulf Siwe from Sjöfartsverket, the Swedish Maritime Administration, was in town to provide an update on the successes of the STM Validation project, a recently concluded three-year EU-funded R&D programme that set out to test key aspects of the e-navigation concept in real-life in the Baltic Sea.

 

2018 May – Sjöfartsverket – Navigationsvarningar utan omvägar (Swedish)

Snart kan fartygen som trafikerar Östersjön få navigationsvarningar direkt i det elektroniska sjökortet. Just nu installeras programvaror på trehundra fartyg i en demonstration av Sea Traffic Management, STM. Den nya tjänsten kommer innebära att informationen bara når de fartyg som berörs.

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