Getting connected for efficient, safe and sustainable traffic at sea
EfficienSea2 is led by the Danish Maritime Authority and has 32 dedicated partners from 12 countries in the Baltic Sea region and beyond, all carefully selected to ensure maximum impact of the developed solutions. Our EfficienSea2 partner consortium unites technical and human factor experts from the leading part of the maritime industry and academic institutions, European authorities and international standard-setting interest organisations. Together, we are strong in creating new and innovative solutions, transforming solutions into international standards and getting the solutions all the way to our end users. The project has received funding from the European union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme and will end in April 2018.
The overall aim of our EfficienSea2 project is to create and implement innovative and smart solutions for efficient, safe and sustainable traffic at sea through improved connectivity for ships. Getting the maritime domain connected. EfficienSea2 is a demonstrator in the Arctic and Baltic Sea and the first generation of a coherent e-Navigation solution. Through global collaboration, use of open-source software and an explicit aim for standardised solutions, Efficiensea2 is paving the way for a global roll-out of e-Navigation.
- 32 partners
- 12 countries
- Private, public and academic sector involved
- Financiers: The European union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme
- Starting May 2015 and running until April 2018
SSPA is involved in three tasks. Development of a concept of comfort zones for analysing close quarter situations from AIS-data. A service for route optimisation is demonstrated via MCP. An analysis of using AIS-data for prediction of ice thickness.
Read more at the project web www.efficiensea2.org