EMSA supports action to tackle the Ebola virus
Since 17 June 2011, EU countries have been uploading marine casualty data to the European Marine Casualty Information Platform, EMCIP, to improve data collection and analysis.
EMSA has added three powerful new features to its integrated maritime services for end users:
AtoBviaC is delighted to announce that its industry leading BP Shipping Marine Distance Tables are now incorporated into the highly regarded Voyager Planning Station solution.
CargoHandbook database. The App is now available as a free download for both Android and iOS users.
On 8 November, users of EMSA’s Integrated Maritime Data Environment (IMDatE) met to give feedback on the integrated maritime services being delivered by EMSA. The new IMDatE platform can combine different types of maritime data coming from EMSA applications, as well as new sources such as satellite AIS and data provided by end-users. The resulting services are specifically tailored to user needs.
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