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BTJ 1/16 - A concept for future shipping. The Sea Traffic Management Validation Project

Publication date: 2016-03-07

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BTJ 1/16 - A concept for future shipping. The Sea Traffic Management Validation Project

Sea Traffic Management (STM) aims at overcoming communication & information sharing challenges occuring between maritime transport industry stakeholders.

From the size of the current 2015-2018 STM project - encompassing 39 private, public and academic partners from 13 countries and of a total budget of EUR 43 mln - we can learn that the topic is getting more attention.

The follow-up of the preceding EU-funded projects MONALISA and MONALISA 2.0 (which have already defined the concept of STM) will contribute to more sustainable maritime transport from environmental, safe and efficient standpoints.

A concept for future shipping, by Ole John and Anisa Rizvanolli, Group Ship & Information Management at Fraunhofer CML

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