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Maritime Navigation and Information Services

Project information

Grant agreement ID: 506408

  • Start date

    4 November 2004

  • End date

    3 November 2008

Funded under:

FP6-SUSTDEV

  • Overall budget:

    € 19 238 316

  • EU contribution

    € 11 995 615

Coordinated by:

MINISTRY OF TRANSPORT, PUBLIC WORKS AND WATER MANAGEMENT AVV TRANSPORT RESEARCH CENTRE

Netherlands

Objective

MarNIS aims to establish a maritime navigation information structure in Europe. SafeSeaNet is a structure designed by DGTREN for the implementation of Hazmat and Waist directives. MarNIS aims at information exchange to improve and create seamless intermodal transport. MarNIS deals with functional and technical requirements of information systems. A structure will be developed called the Preventive and Remedial Services. It includes VTM at sea and improves the efficiency of SAR operations. MarNIS aims to safety, security and efficiency and intermodality of ports. Security will be discussed in the proposal. MarNIS addresses information exchange with regard to vessels. Reporting of positions and destinations of vessels need to be carried out semi-automatically. Nevertheless a lot of information is required by state agencies on shore such as customs, border police and PSC inspectors.

Coordinator

MINISTRY OF TRANSPORT, PUBLIC WORKS AND WATER MANAGEMENT AVV TRANSPORT RESEARCH CENTRE

Address

Boompjes 200
Rotterdam

Netherlands

Participants (49)

ABP MARINE ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH LTD

United Kingdom

BUREAU VERITAS

France

Business Unit of TNO Built Environment and Geosciences

Netherlands

C-MAP NORWAY AS

Norway

CENTRE FOR DEVELOPMENT OF TRANSPORT AND LOGISTICS IN EUROPE

Netherlands

CENTRO ESTUDIOS TÉCNICO-MARITIMOS SOCIEDAD LIMITADA

Spain

CHRISTIAN MICHELSEN RESEARCH AS

Norway

D'APPOLONIA

Italy

DET NORSKE VERITAS

Norway

ECORYS NEDERLAND BV

Netherlands

EUROPEAN HARBOUR MASTERS' ASSOCIATION

United Kingdom

EUROPEAN MARITIME PILOTS' ASSOCIATION

Belgium

HOCHSCHULE WISMAR, UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY, BUSINESS AND DESIGN

Germany

HOLLAND INSTITUTE OF TRAFFIC TECHNOLOGY BV

Netherlands

INSTITUT FRANÇAIS DE NAVIGATION

France

INSTITUT NATIONAL DE RECHERCHE SUR LES TRANSPORTS & LEUR SECURITE

France

INSTITUTO SUPERIOR TECNICO

Portugal

KONGSBERG SEATEX AS

Norway

KONINKLIJKE SCHEEPSAGENTUUR DIRKZWAGER

Netherlands

LNEC

Portugal

LOGIT SYSTEMS A.S.

Norway

LYNGSO MARINE A/S

Denmark

MARITIME AND COASTGUARD AGENCY

United Kingdom

MARITIME RESEARCH INSTITUTE NETHERLANDS

Netherlands

MINISTERIE VAN DE VLAAMSE GEMEENSCHAP - ADMINISTRATIE WATERWEGEN EN ZEEWEZEN - AFDELING SCHEEPVAARTBEGELEIDING

Belgium

NAUTICAL ENTERPRISE CENTRE LTD

Ireland

NORWEGIAN COASTAL ADMINISTRATION

Norway

NORWEGIAN MARITIME DIRECTORATE

Norway

NORWEGIAN METEOROLOGICAL LNSTITUTE

Norway

OCEANOGRAPHIC COMPANY OF NORWAY

Norway

OMC EUROPE

Ireland

PORTEL SERVICIOS TELEMATICOS, S.A.

Spain

QINETIQ

United Kingdom

ROTTERDAM MUNINCIPAL PORT MANAGEMENT

Netherlands

SEQUOYAH INTERNATIONAL RESTRUCTURING N.V.-S.A.

Belgium

SEVENCS GMBH & CO KG

Germany

SINTEF

Norway

SISTEMI E TELEMATICA

Italy

SOCIEDAD DE SALVAMENTO Y SEGURIDAD MARITIMA

Spain

SSPA SWEDEN AB

Sweden

STC B.V.

Netherlands

SWEDISH MARITIME ADMINISTRATION

Sweden

TELESPAZIO S.P.A.

Italy

THETIS S.P.A.

Italy

TRANSAS LIMITED

Ireland

TRESCO

Belgium

UNIVERSITE DE LIEGE

Belgium

UNIVERSITY OF STRATHCLYDE, THE SHIP STABILITY RESEARCH CENTRE

United Kingdom

WORLD MARITIME UNIVERSITY

Sweden

Project information

Grant agreement ID: 506408

  • Start date

    4 November 2004

  • End date

    3 November 2008

Funded under:

FP6-SUSTDEV

  • Overall budget:

    € 19 238 316

  • EU contribution

    € 11 995 615

Coordinated by:

MINISTRY OF TRANSPORT, PUBLIC WORKS AND WATER MANAGEMENT AVV TRANSPORT RESEARCH CENTRE

Netherlands