New innovative digital technology will assist ships arriving at the Port of Rotterdam. Port planning is facilitated, and ships can adjust speed as actors automatically exchange planned arrival times.
March 5, HELCOM adopted the revised Recommendation 34E/2 on enhancing safety of navigation. To support the overall goals, HELCOM wants shipping to further decrease the risk of accidents and has identified e-Navigation through Sea Traffic Management as one of the prime tools. Concrete recommendations and encouragement are backing the Baltic Sea to become the leading e-Navigation area in the worldwide.
“I help proving the monetary benefits of STM! To part of a competent and knowledgeable team doing this analysis is very rewarding”
“We make the other guys become heroes! STM is the biggest enabler the maritime industry has seen in the digitalization, and we in the architecture team help building the base for all STM services and solutions.”
On the 22nd of February the Global Port Forum awarded STM for PortCDM as the Port / Terminal Engineering / Technical innovation of the year 2018 and as the Port / Terminal Technology and R&D of the year 2018
The progress of STM and its alignment with IMO e-Navigation strategy was the focus when the STM project presented to the delegates of the IMO sub-committee NCSR February 21st. The warm reception indicates the ever-improving attitude to the STM ideas. And the message to the audience was clear: Get involved!