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.
The conference on December 16 2021 had an audience of almost 100 people from 23 countries. 21 of the participants gathered in real life in Stockholm
Presentation slides from the conference
- Ulf Siwe, Swedish Maritime Administration (SMA), Welcoming and intro STM BALT SAFE final conference Ulf Siwe Welcome
- Mikko Klang, Fintraffic and Joakim Lundman, Research Institutes of Sweden, Results from VTS operations STM BALT SAFE final conference Mikko Klang and Joakim Lundman
- Jarle Hauge, Norwegian Coastal Administration, Results from ship reporting and VDES STM BALT SAFE Final Conference Jarle Hauge
- Per Löfbom, Standards and the technology behind STM BALT SAFE final conference Per Löfbom
- Ulf Siwe, SMA, Summary and next steps STM BALT SAFE final conference Ulf Siwe summary
Recording of the conference – review or share with a colleague
|Welcome Ulf Siwe||0.00|
|VTS results Mikko Klang & Joakim Lundman||9.00|
|Ship reporting & VDES Jarle Hauge||33.24|
|Standards and technology Per Löfbom||57.50|
|Summary and recommendations Ulf Siwe||1.25.15|