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EfficientFlow

Making STM happen

In STM EfficientFlow, the Baltic ports of Rauma and Gävle implement efficient port calls using real-time information. Improved traffic flow converts unsafe waiting times into bunker savings for large ships in the narrow Swedish and Finnish archipelagos.

The key strategic STM enabler Flow Management is implemented and evaluated in real use and the enabler Port Collaborative Decision Making is made operational in two ports, perhaps the first in the world. EfficientFlow has a total budget of 4.5 million euro and runs from 2018-2020. Project folder.

 

 

The project is organised in two work packages:

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EfficientFlow finishes on high notes

Very few projects deliver results that are directly implemented in the real world. The Interreg Central Baltic project EfficientFlow did just that. At the final conference the results were presented along with how the po...

Published: June 10, 2021

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EfficientFlow Final Conference June 4

How have the ports in Gävle and Rauma improved the information flow and how has this affected the overall efficiency? Would you like to have better information when planning a meeting with a large ship in narrow waters?...

Published: May 06, 2021

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Ports use open source solution for information sharing

The EfficientFlow project has finalised the activity regarding the ports. All actors in the ports of Gävle and Rauma are now using a Port Activity App to share real-time port call information. Port planning is even easi...

Published: December 16, 2020

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Port Activity App – a digital solution to share information

Port activity app is a digital solution to share information that will be implemented in port of Gävle during 2020. Gävle Hamn AB, the port authority, is at full speed to implement a test version with a small group of ...

Published: August 18, 2020

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Launching new port app in Port of Rauma

Sixtyfour users are currently sharing and getting real-time time tables for port calls. Users are representing the many aspects of the port call: terminals, tugs, pilots, agents, port authority, mooring personnel, captai...

Published: August 10, 2020

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