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STM & MONALISA in Media

 

2018 Apr – The Maritime Executive – STM Project Delivers Navigational Warnings Directly in ECDIS

The STM Validation project has released a new service to reduce crew workload and decrease the risk of accidents and misunderstanding. With the new Baltic Navigational Warning Service, navigational warnings can be sent directly to the ECDIS on board with digital communication machine to machine. The new service allows warnings to be sent only to those affected and to be deleted when no longer relevant, creating greater accuracy, relevance and less administrative burden and therefore leading to increased safety at sea.

 

2018 Apr – Bunker Ports News Worldwide – STM Baltic Navigational Warnings directly in ECDIS reduce accident risk

The STM Validation project releases a new services reducing workload for the crew on board and decreasing the risks of accidents and misunderstanding. With the new Baltic Navigational Warning Service navigational warnings and can be sent directly to the ECDIS on board with digital communication machine to machine. The new service allows warnings to be sent only to those affected and to be deleted when no longer relevant creating a greater accuracy, relevance and less administrative burden leading to increased safety at sea.

 

2018 Apr – Hellenic Shipping News – STM Baltic Navigational Warnings directly in ECDIS reduce accident risk

The STM Validation project releases a new services reducing workload for the crew on board and decreasing the risks of accidents and misunderstanding. With the new Baltic Navigational Warning Service navigational warnings and can be sent directly to the ECDIS on board with digital communication machine to machine. The new service allows warnings to be sent only to those affected and to be deleted when no longer relevant creating a greater accuracy, relevance and less administrative burden leading to increased safety at sea.

 

2018 Apr – Sea News – STM Baltic Navigational Warnings Directly in ECDIS Reduce Accident Risk

The STM Validation project releases a new service reducing workload for the crew on board and decreasing the risks of accidents and misunderstanding. With the new Baltic Navigational Warning Service navigational warnings and can be sent directly to the ECDIS on board with digital communication machine to machine. The new service allows warnings to be sent only to those affected and to be deleted when no longer relevant creating a greater accuracy, relevance and less administrative burden leading to increased safety at sea.

 

2018 Apr – MFAME – Reduce Ship Accidents with STM in ECDIS

The ECDIS validation project created by EU part-funded STM (Sea Traffic Management) aims to reduce the workload for crew members and also decreases the risk of accidents.

 

2018 Apr – Digital Ship Newsletter – Direct ECDIS connection for Baltic warnings

The Baltic Navigational Warning Service, created as part of the STM (Sea Traffic Management) Validation project, has added a function to allow navigational warnings to be sent directly to an onboard ECDIS unit using digital machine to machine communication, automating the process to make information available more quickly and to reduce crew workloads.

 

2018 Apr – Digital Ship – Direct ECDIS connection for Baltic warnings

The Baltic Navigational Warning Service, created as part of the STM (Sea Traffic Management) Validation project, has added a function to allow navigational warnings to be sent directly to an onboard ECDIS unit using digital machine to machine communication, automating the process to make information available more quickly and to reduce crew workloads.

 

2018 Apr – Infomarine online – New format to make port calls more efficient

Within theSea Traffic Management, a Port Call Message Format has been developed to enable the coordination of stakeholder activities regarding port calls by providing a standard format to share the necessary information.

 

2018 Apr – Safety4Sea – New format to make port calls more efficient

The International Association of Marine Aids to Navigation and Lighthouse Authorities (IALA) found the Port Call Message Format standard promising and assigned S-211 as the identifier to complete this draft through the IALA committee and working groups.

 

Apr 2018 – Bunker Ports News Worldwide – Development of S-211 standard for Port Call Message starts at IALA

IALA finds the Port Call Message Format standard promising and assigns S-211 as the identifier for the completion of this draft standard through the responsible IALA committee and working groups. During the last years, different EU supported projects have worked to develop and validate concepts, services and solutions to improve safety and efficiency of maritime transport. One result was the development of the “Sea Traffic Management” (STM) concept and its “Port Collaborative Decision Making” (PortCDM) enabler in the MONALISA and STM projects.

 

2018 Apr – Hellenic Shipping News – Development of S-211 standard for Port Call Message starts at IALA

IALA finds the Port Call Message Format standard promising and assigns S-211 as the identifier for the completion of this draft standard through the responsible IALA committee and working groups. During the last years, different EU supported projects have worked to develop and validate concepts, services and solutions to improve safety and efficiency of maritime transport. One result was the development of the “Sea Traffic Management” (STM) concept and its “Port Collaborative Decision Making” (PortCDM) enabler in the MONALISA and STM projects.

 

2018 April – Marine Electronics & Communications Newsletter – The issue that should be next on IMO’s agenda

It is imperative that IMO implement sea traffic management globally, says editor Martyn Wingrove.

 

2018 Apr – Marine Electronics & Communications – The issue that should be next on IMO’s agenda

It is imperative that IMO implement sea traffic management (STM) globally, says editor Martyn Wingrove.

 

2018 Apr – Baltic Transport Journal – EfficientFlow. How better communication can improve the efficacy and safety of ship traffic in the Baltic

A new project, building on the Sea Traffic Management (STM) concept, will further improve the efficiency and safety of ferry traffic in archipelagos between Finland and Sweden.

 

2018 Apr – Marine Electronics & Communications – Rotterdam joins digital ship traffic management programme

Port of Rotterdam, one of the 10 most visited ports worldwide, has started using traffic management and digital arrival technology to manage ship arrivals and port marine resources.

 

2018 Apr – Fathom World – Global maritime connectivity platform set to launch

A new consortium, is being proposed to enable a future maritime cloud or connectivity platform that will open up the path to better data exchanges.

 

2018 Apr – Safety4Sea – Port of Rotterdam to use new technology to improve port calls

The Port of Rotterdam will use a new digital technology will help ships arriving to the Port, in their port planning. This technology aims to assist vessels adjust speed as the actors exchange planned arrival time automatically.

 

2018 Apr – Infomarine on-line – Port of Rotterdam to use new technology to improve port calls

The Port of Rotterdam will use a new digital technology will help ships arriving to the Port, in their port planning. This technology aims to assist vessels adjust speed as the actors.

 

2018 Apr – Fathom World – Ship to port messaging formats reach critical stage

Last week the Port of Rotterdam announced it will be using the STM standards for vessel arrival times. Sea Traffic Management has been under validation by 13 ports, 300 vessels an 5 shore centres under an EU funded project.

 

2018 Apr – Digital Ship – Port of Rotterdam integrates STM

The digital navigation data systems developed by the Sea Traffic Management (STM) project have been implemented at the Port of Rotterdam, which will allow for the electronic exchange of arrival times between ships and the port.