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Sea Traffic Management (STM) aims at creating a safer, more efficient and environmentally friendly maritime sector. While introducing new functionalities by STM services, such as ship-to-ship route exchange, we also need to consider cyber security risks. Such security-related questions include, for example, how to ensure the service user is allowed to use the service. Or how to ensure that messages or data have been received by the intended receiver… and nobody else!
Sea Traffic Management can be described as developing the base and backbone of e-navigation in the future. To realise that prediction, advanced technical solutions are required as well as considerable communication efforts and business understanding to convince decision-makers that STM is the way forward. Fabio Renda at CIMNE, ICT project manager and software engineer, has been a leading figure in the technical architecture. He also possesses the ability to communicate the advanced technical solutions in a comprehensive and illustrative manner. Meet Fabio for a deeper understanding of STM and some surprising comparisons.
147 projects applied; 34 were deemed Best Practice. The STM Validation project is one of 12 nominated for the European Public Sector Award 2017 (EPSA), one of only four in the European and national category.