Ship owners, authorities and manufacturers alike all used the final conference of the EU funded project EfficienSea2 to argue, that the maritime world is finally at the brink of a technology jump of digitalisation.
EfficienSea2 has created and implemented innovative and smart solutions for efficient, safe and sustainable traffic at sea through improved connectivity for ships. EfficienSea2 has been a demonstrator in the Arctic and Baltic Sea and the first generation of a coherent e-Navigation solution. Through global collaboration, use of open-source software and an explicit aim for standardised solutions, EfficienSea2 paved the way for a global roll-out of e-Navigation.
The European project EfficienSea2 used their final conference as an opportunity to present real life solutions for a more digital maritime world.
At the final conference of EfficienSea2, the team behind the MCP – or the Maritime Connectivity Platform – unravelled their plans to have the Korean SMART Navigation Project take a leading role in the future development of MCP.
EfficienSea2 has developed the essential solutions that are the prerequisites for taking e-Navigation from testbeds to real-life implementation. The innovation centrepiece of EfficienSea2 is Maritime Connectivity Platform (Previously known as Maritime Cloud), a novel communication framework that enables efficient, secure and reliable information exchange in and around the maritime sector.More about the solutions
EfficienSea2 has been led by the Danish Maritime Authority and had 32 dedicated partners from 12 countries in the Baltic Sea region and beyond, all carefully selected to ensure maximum impact of the developed solutions.