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Technologies and Methodologies for Safe, Environmental-friendly and Efficient Shipping Operations of the future (INMARE)

Objective

Under the increasing pressure of the public opinion, the market and Authorities of European Union, there is a growing attention to the waterborne transport as a solution to reduce the increasing pressure of the road transport in freight and passenger and to enhance the reliability and safety level of waterborne transport services. As consequence, in the next future ship-owners will be requested to provide a higher quality, reliable, safe and secure service both for increasing the absorption of traffic share and for providing a more efficient and reliable service, also through the effective integration of the maritime transport in a complete inter-modal chain. To fulfill these demands, a greater effort in research and development is the most appropriate way to promote progress of the scientific and technological level of waterborne transport and to encourage a wider application of the so defined "best practices" among ship-operators. Main value of the InMare C.A. is to build a wide round table of the different maritime transport's actors (ship-yards, systems makers, etc.), leaded and steered by the most representative selection of E.U. ship-operators with the goal to trace the way to the ship-operation of the future. Therefore, the main objective of the InMare project is to promote a Coordination Action with the aim to create, co-ordinate and integrate several Working Groups able to assess the State of the Art and to identify the most promising scientific and technical development, also in view of a future realization of an Integrated research Project, addressed to the following selected topics: a) Further enhancing European Short Sea shipping to improve freight services and passengers well be-ing; b) Crew reduction and adequacy in the light of Human Resources development; c) Decision tools supporting on-board decisions in the routine as well as in the emergency situations; d) Contribution to new rules and regulations to enhance Maritime Security a

Call for proposal

FP6-2002-TRANSPORT-1
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Funding Scheme

CA - Coordination action

Coordinator

CONSORZIO ARMATORI PER LA RICERCA SRL
Address
Piazza Corvetto, 1/7
Genova
Italy

Participants (20)

NORWEGIAN SHIPOWNERS ASSOCIATION
Norway
Address
Radhusgatan 25
Oslo
BRITISH MARITIME TECHNOLOGY LTD
United Kingdom
Address
Waldegrave Road, 1 Orlando House
Teddington
NORSK MARINTEKNISK FORSKNINGSINSTITUTT
Norway
Address
Otto Nielsens Vei, 10
Trondheim
TECHNISCHE UNIVERSITAET BERLIN
Germany
Address
Strasse Des 17. Juni 135
Berlin
CARNIVAL CORPORATION AND PLC
United Kingdom
Address
Carnival House, Gainsford Street 5
London
TEEKAY NORWAY AS
Norway
Address
Verven 4
Stavanger
SAM ELECTRONICS GMBH
Germany
Address
Behringstrasse 120
Hamburg
SATELLITE OBSERVING SYSTEMS LTD.
United Kingdom
Address
Church Street 15
Godalming - Surrey
DANAOS SHIPPING CO.
Greece
Address
Akti Miaouli Str. 57
Keratsini / Pireas
DEIULEMAR COMPAGNIA DI NAVIGAZIONE S.P.A.
Italy
Address
Via Tironi 3
Torre Del Greco (Napoli)
SERVICES FOR MARITIME MANAGEMENT S.R.L.
Italy
Address
Via Toledo, 156
Napoli
UNIVERSITY OF STRATHCLYDE
United Kingdom
Address
Richmond Street 16
Glasgow
CONFEDERAZIONE ITALIANA ARMATORI
Italy
Address
Piazza S.s. Apostoli 66
Roma
CONSIGLIO NAZIONALE DELLE RICERCHE
Italy
Address
Piazzale Aldo Moro 7
Roma
DET NORSKE VERITAS AS
Norway
Address
Veritasveien 1
Hovik
ZWIAZEK ARMATOROW POLSKICH
Poland
Address
Ul. Waszyngtona, 34/36
Gdynia
FINCANTIERI - CANTIERI NAVALI ITALIANI SPA
Italy
Address
Via Genova 1
Trieste
OESTERREICHISCHER LLOYD SHIPMANAGEMENT GMBH
Austria
Address
Kolingasse 12
Wien
ASSOCIACAO DE ARMADORES DA MARINHA DE COMERCIO
Portugal
Address
Rocha Conde De Obidos, Edificio Gare Maritima, 2 Piso Sala B Cais De Alcantara
Lisboa
EUROPEAN COMMUNITY SHIPOWNERS' ASSOCIATIONS ASBL
Belgium
Address
Rue Ducale 45
Bruxelles