Final report on dissemination, exploitation and communication
Report on relevant ongoing external projects and testbeds
Project management plan
Analysis report, including a list of consolidated requirements
Report on ongoing standardization work relevant to the project
Conceptual model – report and web wiki
Guidelines for deployment of the Maritime Cloud
Concept and specification for seamless roaming for onbard products
A description of the physical infrastructure of the services. Allocation of the resources needed in order to maintain service provision also after project termination.
Documentation of ice chart service
Report on online land-based system tests and ship-based tests
Documentation of MSI/NM (T&P) service
Documentation of METOC service
Report on reviewed technical architecture and specification
Results for tests with sensor data and analysis
Report on the progress/experience in live position sharing and crowd-sourcing
Plan for dissemination, exploitation and communication
Standard proposal for Maritime Cloud service specification
Report on the available technologies and sensors that can be utilized in the new system and on business model on incentives for monitoring and enforcement
A conceptual description of the onboard system integration architecture and how cyber security can be addressed. Identification of requirements for ship-to-shore communication for the different types of equipment on the ship.
Review report on service specification
Results of simulation and testing of seamless roaming
A report describing the effects of space weather on communication and positioning services, and the criticality for safety of navigation and maritime surveillance
Tests and demonstration report
Report on human factor aspects of e-navigation services
Specification of the interface to the Maritime Cloud platform
Recommendation on governance and future perspectives of solutions
First stable prototype version (alpha release) – source code and documentation, including es-sential central platform services, administrative services and cloud client component enabling demonstration of services by other Work Packages.
Online tests of ship data transfer. Report on the results
Report on status on development of VDES technical specifications, a conceptual description of the communication protocols and access codes to be used on the airlink. Description of trials and results achieved, including evaluation of feasibility, barriers to and planned measures to promote the introduc-tion of terrestrial and satellite VDES
Technical architecture and specification of the Maritime Cloud
Draft S-100 product specification for common port reporting
"Report on studies of the use of ""comfort-zone"" and ""no-go areas"""
Final usability evaluation report
A report on the evaluated feasibility and relevance of a space weather forecast warning service for polar regions and arctic navigation
A report on available and emerging communication technologies and analysis of relevance with respect to maritime services requirements, including GMDSS and surveillance
A report on relevant technical characteristics and limitations achieved for the VDES system, including a summary of tests (in laboratory and in real conditions) of the VDES onboard system prototype. Further realistic user cases and categories of VDES devices, including feasibility, path to market, barriers and cost estimates. Input to a draft radiotechnical standard and a draft device specification, including interfacing of a shipborne VDES device.
Implementation source code and documentation – final beta release, reference implementa-tion of the administrative and central platform services, plus cloud client components.
A report on the advancements in METOC models and uncertainty estimates
Specification of protocols to be used for ship-to-shore communication for the different types of equipment on the ship.
Service specification, including MSDL
Working prototype of online sensor with cloud-based algorithm
Service for reporting VTS information and forwarding and sharing information between VTS centres
Development of a new common port database concept and structure
Operational ice chart service
Minimum four meetings, workshops, etc. involving HLUG
Service for SRS reporting
Input to relevant international fora
Operational METOC service
Operational MSI/NM(T&P) service
Prototype operational framework supporting ArcticWeb and BalticWeb.
ArcticWeb expanded to include self-organised emergency response capabilities
Route reporting to VTS service (This will be an operational service provided on BalticWeb.)
Improved route handling/exchange capabilities in ArcticWeb
Prototypical instances of the Maritime Cloud operated to provide a continuous demonstra-tion environment in preparation for full operation – alpha release (M18), beta release (M36).
A prototype route optimisation service
Implementation of a prototype which demonstrates ship-to-shore communication for at least two different types of equipment using the protocols defined in D2.?
A prototype service for delivering nautical charts and updates in S101 format
A field demonstration of a prototype VDES onboard system and its capabilities for data transfer
Basic route handling/exchange service (This service will be a basic service used by other services and different platforms. It will not directly be used on end user platforms.)
Demonstration of prototype application for automated port reporting
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