Projects

SMACS – Small Craft Emergency Response and Survival Training for Arctic Conditions – primary objective is the development of a safety and survival training programme specifically focused on the needs of small-craft Arctic mariners.

ACCSEAS is a 3-year project supporting improved maritime access to the North Sea Region through minimising navigational risk. The project aims to test and evaluate E-Navigation services and to establish an E-Navigation Model Course.

BESST – Breakthrough in European Ship and Shipbuilding Technologies - is funded by the European Union. The project aims to achieve a breakthrough in competitiveness, environmentally friendliness and safety of European built ships.

The EffShip project is based on the vision of a sustainable and successful maritime transport industry – one which is energy-efficient and has minimal environmental impacts. The project is financed by Vinnova.

The vision of GOTRIS (Göta älv River Information Services) is to develop a platform to solve various actors’ needs and to demonstrate traffic management between different modes of transport.

The project focuses on understanding and developing best practice for shipping companies who want to become more energy efficient.

ITERATE - IT for Error Remediation And Trapping Emergencies - objective is to develop and validate a unified model of driver behaviour (UMD) and driver interaction with innovation technologies in emergency situations.

The EU project KnowMe in the EU Commission’s FP7 is based upon the Northern Maritime University (NMU). This research project is concerned with the creation of a maritime industry knowledge network for raising the knowledge level of the sector’s human resources and improving its image and marketability among key decision-makers, the labour market, and the public.

MONALISA is a "Motorways of the Sea" project which aims at giving a concrete contribution to the efficient, safe and environmentally friendly maritime transport.

The aim of MONALISA 2.0 is to shake up and sharpen the whole transport chain by making real-time information available to all interested and authorised parties. It is called Sea Traffic Management (STM) and it will change the maritime world.

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