SMART4SEA Conference & Awards
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2018
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Next Sea Traffic Management project approved

stm validation baltic

A new Sea Traffic Management project received EU funding from the Interreg Central Baltic Programme. EfficientFlow will contribute to more efficient traffic flow in the ports of Gävle and Rauma, as well as in the ScanMed corridor between Stockholm and Turku by implementation of STM and its integration into the full logistic chain.

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MOL initiates incident-analysis software on its vessels

mol incident-analysis

From December 2017, MOL and MOL Information Systems are starting multi-dimensional analysis of the causes for incidents and problems on company- operated vessels, in a bid to develop more effective measures to prevent incidents and verify the effects by analyzing correlations and causal relationship of data from multiple sources.

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Dutch consortium studies autonomous shipping

denmark autonomous ships

Autonomous Shipping is a Joint Industry Project bringing together a Dutch consortium of maritime businesses, knowledge & educational institutions, service providers, and governments in a two-year applied research programme, that will look at ways to deploy existing technical solutions in autonomous shipping applications.

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Deviation from the passage plan leads to grounding

robusto grounding

On 22 November 2016, the Maltese registered bulk carrier Robusto ran aground and remained stranded in the entrance of El Dekheila Channel, Egypt. Transport Malta's MSIU issued an investigation report, revealing that the course recommended by the pilot was different from the one prepared in the passage planning.

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Safety Management Systems

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Sean Hutchings, Chief Technical Officer, Thome Group of Companies, noted during his presentation at the 2017 SAFETY4SEA Conference, that since the introduction of the ISM Code in the mid 90’s, there has been an increase in the number and complexity of procedures in maritime safety management systems. Mr. Hutchings explained how a SMS can be easy to navigate and understandable to serve its purpose.

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