Cobham SATCOM, the Denmark headquartered Cobham plc company, has tested a new way to send and receive data at sea.
The team behind the Maritime Cloud have included a prototype for an endorsement tool in its latest update. When in use, it will allow international organisations, national authorities and regular users to endorse certain services for specific use.
A standardised guideline potentially covering all technical e-Navigation services has been agreed in an international committee under IALA. The guideline can stand alone, but it is also compatible with the Maritime Cloud.
The EU project EfficienSea2 is testing the first ever system using a newly proposed standard for digitalising Navigational Warnings. When properly assessed, the new standard could be a global reality within a year and make mapping of warnings easier.
At the ‘e-Navigation Underway International 2017’ conference, the prospects and benefits of the Maritime Cloud were presented by South Korean Partners and EfficienSea2.
Professionals interested in the latest developments in the EfficenSea2 project will have a good chance to become informed at a the conference e-Navigation Underway International 2017.
At the mid-term Conference ‘Getting Connected to the Future’, the variety of solutions being developed by EfficienSea2 were demonstrated to participants from the maritime world.
The releases of the Maritime Cloud and BalticWeb are great milestones in the EfficienSea2 project. Experience the launch at the EfficienSea2 mid-term conference on 8-9 November in Copenhagen.
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