EMSA published its Outlook for 2018, containing the Agency’s activities and developments which can be broadly divided into five thematic areas, reflected also in its organisation structure. EMSA will further support authorities carrying out coast guard functions by continuing to perform its core activities as well as by setting up new and enhanced services for maritime surveillance and capacity building.
The teams of industries and agencies involved in the early operations of the Galileo satellites are investigating the potential implications on the mission
Inmarsat marks another milestone in China with the opening of its first office in the capital city of Beijing
Maritime applications are set to benefit from the first satellite launch of the EU Copernicus programme on 3 April, from Kourou, French Guyana.
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.
Interest grows in satellite-based AIS
Canadian firm tracks Earth s ships from space
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