The system monitoring the air quality in the port was provided by INTERREG ADRION program; Also, it is able to measure relative humidity, atmospheric air, air temperature, nitrogen oxide and monoxide concentrations, sulphur dioxide, carbon monoxide, UV index with display results on the screen and atmospheric conditions in the Port of Dubrovnik.

Moreover, the port installed the system in the early days of 2019 in collaboration with Croatia Telecom d.d. The project costed 1.49 million euro, and is controlled by Hrvoje Kulušić, the assistant Director for Operations, Development and Maintenance.


The following days the data will be visible on the web site of the Dubrovnik Port Authority, which will allow visitors to see the current status indicators and to monitor the quality of air in the port.

In the meantime, Croatia from July 2019, is making use of EMSA's Remotely Piloted Aircraft Systems (RPAS) to boost their coast guard functions, as to monitor vessel traffic, conduct search and rescue procedures and detection and monitoring of marine pollution.

The port of Dubrovnik announced limitations concerning cruise ship arrivals, in October 2018, in order to better-manage over-tourism in the area.