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Information sharing – the need for standards and open interfaces

Ulf Siwe, Communications Officer of the STM Validation Project, Swedish Maritime Administration suggests to support industry initiatives that aim to ‘containerise information’ which means that instead of requesting information in different shapes, weight and packaging, let the industry define the information containers.

STM Validation Project for safer and more efficient industry

The MONALISA 2.0 project’s successor, Sea Traffic Management (STM) Validation Project, aims to be the next step for a more efficient and environmentally friendly maritime sector. For this large e-navigation project, 300 ships will start using STM services on-board, 13 ports will implement Port CDM solutions and the world’s largest civil maritime simulator network will be enlarged and used for extensive testing of complex traffic situations.

MONALISA project updates

MONALISA 2.0 project has issued a newsletter which includes updates of the project’s final conference, focusing on newsworthy results but also looking at what is next – developments in the already started STM Validation Project, and how work with safer ships will continue.

Training improves safety

When it comes to mari time safety, universal and more standardised guide lines are critical as they help reduce the risk of human error

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