Safer, Faster and Cheaper Port Stays: The Sea Traffic Management Validation Project

Safer, Faster and Cheaper Port Stays: The Sea Traffic Management Validation Project

Michael (Mikis) Tsimplis, Professor of Oceanography and Maritime Law, Deputy Director of the Southampton Marine and Maritime Institute, University of Southampton, UK

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The Sea Traffic Management Validati on (STM) project will contribute to a safer, more efficient and environmentally friendly mariti me sector by developing services based on informati on shared by mariti me stakeholders which is updated in real time. The STM concept is a shared informati on environment with the underlying rati onale that bett er overall decisions can be taken which will in turn result in increased effi ciency and improved safety. The STM led by the Swedish Mariti me Administration, has a total budget of approximately US$50.5 million, of which is 50% co-financed by the EU transport fund Connecti ng Europe Facility/Motorways of the Sea and covers the period 2015-2018. More than 50 partners from 13 countries are involved in the project. The project will demonstrate the STM concept by using it in two large-scale test beds: one in the Nordic and one in the Mediterranean Seas. The test beds encompass around 300 vessels, 13 ports and fi ve shore-based service centres. 


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