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2014 Jun – Shipping & Marine – Flying high

Noomi continued with examples of more projects: “Beside the MONALISA project, which is one of our flagship schemes [covered in SMA’s previous feature in Shipping and Marine] the SMA has participated in a number of high profile EU-financed projects for the past few years, such as Chemsea and Winmos. This is a way of finding a wider use of the high level of competence that is built into the organisation, thus being able to make a difference for shipping and for society, as well as providing an opportunity for more effective operations for the SMA.”

 

2014 Jun – ICS – Annual Review 2014

Meanwhile, in co-operation with ECSA, ICS is about to participate in two major EU projects (MonaLisa 2 and EfficienSea 2) as well as the Norwegian funded SESAME project. These projects are examples of a growing number of well funded e-navigation test beds with regional rather than IMO reporting responsibilities. In the absence of further specific proposals by administrations to take on further work, the extent to which IMO will maintain effective oversight on the development of e-navigation is unclear. ICS therefore wishes to ensure that the interests of international shipping are taken into account fully during the conduct of major projects, being undertaken outside the purview of IMO.

 

2014 Jun – Safety4Sea – ICS publishes Annual Review 2014

E-Navigation

The current debate about ‘e-navigation’ involves linking the growing number of electronic navigation and communications systems into a single cohesive system, connecting ship and shore. It thus provides an opportunity to standardise, integrate and, where appropriate, further automate a future generation of ships’ navigational equipment.

Meanwhile, in co-operation with ECSA, ICS is about to participate in two major EU projects (MonaLisa 2 and EfficienSea 2) as well as the Norwegian funded SESAME project. These projects are examples of a growing number of well funded e-navigation test beds with regional rather than IMO reporting responsibilities. In the absence of further specific proposals by administrations to take on further work, the extent to which IMO will maintain effective oversight on the development of e-navigation is unclear. ICS therefore wishes to ensure that the interests of international shipping are taken into account fully during the conduct of major projects, being undertaken outside the purview of IMO.

 

2015 May – Lainformacion.com – El proyecto Monalisa 2.0 plantea el “desafío” de regular el mar en Europa (Spanish)

In conjunction with the large IALA-Conference in A Coruña, this article describes MONALISA 2.0 in the light of IALA.

 

2014 May – Safety4Sea – The MONALISA Project contributes to safe maritime transport

Video review of the project and its benefits

 

2014 Apr – Marina Civil – hacia un transporte marítimo más seguro, eficiente y ecológico (Spanish)

Discussing MONALISA 2.0 at pages 29-30

 

 

 

2014 Apr – Mar – Seguridad, medio ambiente y eficiencia(Spanish)

Discussing MONALISA 2.0 at pages 56-59.

 

2014 Mar – Sjöbefälen – Trafikseparering / Säkerhet och ekonomi (Swedish)

Discusses Traffic Separation of MONALISA (1) at page 22 and MONALISA 2.0 at pages 24 and 25.

 

2014 Mar – Naucher – MONALISA at FutureMed Conference (Spanish)

EL PROYECTO FUTUREMED DEBATE SOBRE LA ACCESIBILIDAD Y LA INTEGRACIÓN DE LOS PUERTOS CON EL HINTERLAN
NAUCHERGLOBAL

Antonio Torregrosa, director de proyectos de la Fundación Valenciaport, ha inaugurado la conferencia intermedia del proyecto Futuremed en la que expertos de instituciones europeas y puertos del Mediterráneo y del Norte de Europa han debatido sobre la accesibilidad y la integración de los puertos con el hinterland, prestando especial atención al papel que juegan las tecnologías de la información (TIC) tanto en el tráfico de mercancías como en el de cruceros.

A continuación, Mikael Lind (Viktoria Swedish ICT) ha presentado la iniciativa e-Navigation de la OMI y el concepto de “Sea Traffic Management System” desarrollado en el proyecto europeo Monalisa.

 

2014 Feb – LogiNews – Nuevo proyecto de navegación electrónica en Europa (Spanish)

AN introduction to the largest e-Nav Project in the World.

 

2014 Feb – Green4Sea – Maritime Spatial Planning focus for MONALISA at GreenFjord

Annelise Chapman (Møreforsking AS, Norway) gave a talk where she presented MONALISA’s work on Maritime Spatial Planning in the context of .environmental transport at sea’.

 

 

2014 Feb – Maritime journal – e-Navigation union

Sweden, South Korea and Denmark have initiated a global partnership on the development of e-Navigation solutions. Modern technology will lead to higher safety and more efficient transport at sea.

 

 

2014 Feb – Marine Link – International Cooperation will Streamline Maritime Transport

Sweden, South Korea and Denmark have initiated a global partnership on the development of e-navigation solutions. Modern technology will lead to higher safety and more efficient transports at sea.

 

2014 Feb – Harbour Master – INTERNATIONAL CO-OPERATION TO STREAMLINE MARITIME TRANSPORT

Denmark, Sweden andthe Republic of Korea have initiated a global partnership on the development of e-Navigation solutions. Modern technology will lead to higher safety and more efficient transports at sea. The Swedish Maritime Administration is leading the largest European e-Navigation project, MONALISA 2.0.
 

2014 Feb – Maritime Executive – International Cooperation Will Streamline Maritime Transport

Sweden, South Korea and Denmark have initiated a global partnership on the development of e-navigation solutions. Modern technology will lead to higher safety and more efficient transports at sea.

 

2014 Feb – Marineoffshoretechnology – International teamwork tackles safer e-navigation

Peter Fyrby, Sweden, Lim Hyun-churl, Korea, and Andreas Nordseth, Denmark, signing the agreement to ensure safer maritime transport

 

2014 Feb – 4-traders – International cooperation will streamline maritime transport

Sweden, South Korea and Denmark have initiated a global partnership on the development of e-navigation solutions. Modern technology will lead to higher safety and more efficient transports at sea. The Swedish Maritime Administration is leading the largest European e -navigation project, MONALISA 2.0. The main objective of MONALISA 2.0 is Sea Traffic Management (STM) and to find solutions that will improve dynamic route planning and collaboration, while promoting a common exchange of voyage plan information.

 

2014 Feb – Söfart – Danmark er med i Mona Lisa 2.0 (Danish)

Danmark, Sverige og Sydkorea samarbejder om e-navigations løsninger.

 

2014 Feb – HellenicShippingNews – International cooperation will streamline maritime transport

Sweden, South Korea and Denmark have initiated a global partnership on the development of e-navigation solutions. Modern technology will lead to higher safety and more efficient transports at sea.

 

2014 Feb – World Maritime News – Sweden, South Korea and Denmark to Cooperate on e-Navigation Solutions

Sweden, South Korea and Denmark have initiated a global partnership on the development of e-navigation solutions. Modern technology will lead to higher safety and more efficient transports at sea.