For the past three years, the EU-funded project EfficienSea2 has strived to “create and implement innovative and smart solutions for
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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.
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.
Human factors, new standards for hydrographic data and how best to exploit data were in focus when Korean and European organisations met up in South Korea to collaborate based on the results from EU-funded project EfficienSea2.
A new digital test service could make it easier for mariners to assess how tidal level and weather affect their plans to pass through challenging passageways where shallow water poses a risk. Initially, for testing purposes, the service covers the Sound between Sweden and Denmark.
Maritime digitalization carried out in the European project EfficienSea2 has enabled effective route sharing between different VTS systems in the Baltic Sea. It has the potential to drastically cut the reporting effort for the ship’s crew, while offering authorities a better ability to ensure safe traffic at sea.
Watch the video about Maritime Connectivity Platform (MCP) highlighting the benefits MCP will provide for developers and ship owners.
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