The European Commission accepted Georgia’s request to join the EU LRIT Cooperative Data Centre. Georgia’s application was made in November 2017 and was accepted in March 2019, as the country meets all the criteria needed.
The European Commission has accepted Tunisia’s request to become part of the EU LRIT Cooperative Data Centre. The application was made in September 2017, and EU decided that it meets the criteria needed. EU LRIT CDC identifies and tracks EU flagged vessels globally and integrates them into the wider international Long LRIT system.
NAVCEN, in collaboration with the Office of Commercial Vessel Compliance, developed a program to identify vessels that have not reported their Long Range Identification and Tracking status and are not in compliance with 33 CFR §169.230. Once notified, the USCG will enforce the LRIT reporting requirement.
Indonesia optimizes use of LRIT system
EMSA takes over the LRIT-IDE ensuring ship position information flows between data centres worldwide
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