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Gijon 2010 e-Maritime Session
A session on "The European e-Maritime initiative" took place as part of the 3rd European Maritime Day Stakeholder Conference (2 June 2010). The objectives of the session were:
1.
To inform stakeholders about the status of the e-maritime initiative
2.
To invite their participation in the consultation process
3.
To discuss how they can influence the development of e-maritime

 

The presentations focussed on:
1.
Sharing experience of the IMO lead e-Navigation initiative
2.
Discussing the objectives and potential of e-Maritime
3.
Highlighting good practices
     a.
how e-maritime has been operating successfully in the Port of Valencia
      b.
modelling and delivery of rules in electronic format to support automated
          compliance management
4. Examining models and methodologies for achieving the e-maritime objectives

5.
Examining the development of e-maritime policy

The discussion highlighted some areas where e-maritime was operating effectively. Efficient Sea (operated by the Danish Maritime Safety Authority) was given as a good example of an application that could be expanded and adapted to other areas.
There was a consensus that sharing best practice is a good way forward. However, in developing Port Community Systems it is important to solve local problems before expanding to a global model. Single windows do differ in each member state but that there are many common elements that could be exploited.
On a wider level, the development of standards was seen as key to interoperability and effective process management. Integration cannot be achieved without standards.
In terms of stakeholder involvement and buy-in, it is important that information exchange adds value as well as dealing with issues of safety and security.


Presentations

1. e-Navigation by John-Erik Hagen, Chairman of the IMO Correspondence Group on e-Navigation - e-navigation_Gijon_2010_2.pdf

2. e-Maritime Objectives and Potential Impact by Christos Pipitsoulis, EC DGMOVE - e-Maritime Gijon 2010 CP Version 6.pdf

3. Valencia PCS Development Strategy & Practice by Miguel Llop - ICT Director
Valenciaport Foundation -
Valencia Port Community System developement
strategy and practice.pdf

4. e-Rules - Modeling and potential delivery of rules in electronic format to
support automated compliance management by Theodosiou Dimitris
Konstantinos - Danaos Management Consultants SA.
e-Rules - Modeling and
potential delivery of rules in electronic format to support automated
compliance management.pdf

5. Next Generation e-Maritime Service Provision Models by Prof Maria A.
Lambrou Department of Shipping, Trade and Transport University of the
Aegean -
Next Generation e-Maritime Service Provision Models.pdf

6. e-Maritime Policy Development by Dr Heather McLaughlin - INLECOM

e-Maritime Policy Development.pdf

Report & Presentations

e-Maritime session report 3rd European Maritime Day Stakeholder Conference.pdf




 
 
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