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STM & MONALISA in Media

 

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.

 

2014 Feb – Safety4Sea – Global cooperation to develop 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.

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 – Safety4Sea – Maritime Spatial Planning focus for MONALISA at GreenFjord

MONALISA 2.0 had its debut in Western Norway during the ‘Green Fjord’ conference in Geiranger, January 22/23, 2014.

 

2014 Feb – Maritime Executive – Sea Traffic Management Ready for Next Step

The Swedish Maritime Administration has announced it is leading the largest European e-navigation project, MONALISA 2.0. The main objective of MONALISA 2.0 is to commercialize the Sea Traffic Management (STM) concept developed by the first phase of the MONALISA project which saw the development of hardware and software that enables real-time exchange of optimized routes from shore to ship and visa versa. Additionally, the systems developed provide the ability to simplify and monitor a ship’s navigation through improved IT and information sharing capabilities.

 

2014 Feb – MaritimeToday.com – 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 Jan – Maritime Executive – Cal Maritime to Host E-Navigation Conference

California Maritime Academy will host a new international maritime conference, e-Navigation Underway North America, in April.

There will be more than a dozen high-profile, international speakers giving presentations on the latest developments in e-navigation in the areas of: new government regulations, Sea Traffic Management (STM), e-navigation infrastructure and new electronic equipment, and changes to Marine Education and Training (MET) methods in the age of e-navigation.

 

2013 Dec – Marine Insight – MONALISA – Final Findings

MONALISA is a Motorways of the Sea project which aims at giving a concrete contribution to the efficient, safe and environmentally friendly maritime transport.

 

2013 Dec – Soefartens Ledere – Dynamisk ruteplanlaegning(Danish)

Dynamic Route Planning, e-navigation and MONALISA 2.0 discussed at pages 24-27.

 

In media – for the original MONALISA project

Can be found at the old project web site

The MONALISA Project started 2011 and finished 2013. It was succeded by the MONALISA 2.0 Project 2013-2015 and the STM Validation Project 2015-2018.

 

2013 Nov – Maritime CEO – Marsec-XL: Don’t dismiss software development

Cospicua: In the third installment of Maritime CEO’s WISTA Week celebrating women in shipping we are in Malta catching up with Krystyna Wojnarowicz, the president of Marsec-XL, the Marine Software Engineering Center of Excellence.

 

2013 Nov – Marine Insight – MONALISA 2.0 : Increased Focus On Safety Of Navigation

MONALISA 2.0 is a concrete step in the process of further developing the Motorways of the Sea concept by implementing concrete pilot actions and studies that will foster deployment of new maritime services and processes.

 

2013 Nov – Sjöfartstidningen – Swedish Shipbroker meeting (Swedish)

Tionde höstmötet för skeppsmäklarna

Det tionde höstmötet för skeppsmäklarna i Göteborg samlade 125 deltagare – och föreningen växer i en stadig takt.

– Jag har bara 13 minuter på mig istället för 20 minuter så spänn fast säkerhetsbältena eftersom vi är lite sena i programmet, säger Ulf Svedberg och gör en snabb och intensiv dragning.

 

2013 Nov – Marine Electronics & Communications – MonaLisa shows the way

E-navigation is a vision for the integration of existing and new navigational tools, in a holistic and systematic manner, which will enable the transmission, manipulation and displ…