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STM BALT SAFE achieving good results in difficult times

At the final conference of the Interreg BSR financed project, the audience were delighted with the results, especially with the pandemic effects in mind. Here are a few examples:

* Route sharing being installed and used in the VTS centres in Estonia and Finland, and cooperating with STM-compatible VTS centres in Norway and Russia to collect even more data.

* Establishing an operational maritime digital infrastructure with global reach.

* Developing a new data standard for reporting to mandatory ship reporting systems, getting it approved by the IMO Expert Group on Data Harmonization and having it being included in the IMO Data Reference Model.

Published: December 31, 2021

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Setting new standards

The Sea Traffic Management (STM) concept is about interoperability based on standards and a common maritime digital infrastructure. It is not surprising to see STM partners being active in and even leading standardisation efforts.

Published: December 22, 2021

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STM BALT SAFE Final Conference December 16

How have route sharing capabilities been put to use in Estonia, Finland, Norway and Russia? Find out how VTS operators have used new functions and handled difficult traffic situations in the simulators. The project has also pushed standards forward in IEC and IMO and tested the new MRS-reporting standard in Norway and Finland. Learn from the results of the STM BALT SAFE project!

Published: November 01, 2021

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VTS in focus in new STM simulations

In the STM BALT SAFE project, it is the first time we get to see a full-scale route exchange ship-VTS. Mikko Klang from Fintraffic sees the opportunities route exchange brings to the VTS: “We are about to make a cultural change!” After three days of simulations all participants were inspired by the possibilities route exchange bring. The VTS operators in the simulations agree with the safety aspect that the project is aiming for. It seems similar to AIS, which was created for safety but became so much more. It is not until you work with the tool you discover all the possibilities.

Published: September 20, 2021

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Port Activity App finalist at Seatrade Awards

The judges for Seatrade Awards 2021 in association with Lloyd’s List has made the Port Activity Application for Port of Rauma and Gävle a finalist in the Port & Terminal Digital Technology Award category. This award recognises the development and / or application of innovative port and terminal technology that supports the achievement of specific goals. SAMK, the Satakunta University of Applied Sciences, nominated the solution.

Published: September 09, 2021

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LISA Webinars completed with great result

On the 25th and 27th of May the LISA Flagship held its first external workshops with stakeholders. In total 60 different stakeholders joined in and assisted us in paving the way forward.

Published: June 21, 2021

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