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MONALISA Event Brussels 23 October. Agenda. 1000-1015 Agenda & objectives 1015-1030 Key Note: Capt. José Anselmo , DG MOVE 1030-1230 Presentation of MONALISA (1) results 1230-1400 LUNCH 1400-1420 MONALISA 2.0 – introduction

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MONALISA Event

Brussels 23 October

agenda

Agenda

1000-1015 Agenda & objectives

1015-1030 Key Note: Capt. José Anselmo, DG MOVE

1030-1230 Presentation of MONALISA (1) results

1230-1400 LUNCH

1400-1420 MONALISA 2.0 – introduction

1420-1550 Presentation of ML 2.0 Activities (& Coffee)

1550-1605 Key Note: Axel Wenblad, WWF

1605-1620 Key Note: Jacob Terling, DG MOVE

1620-1635 Key Note: Fiona McFadden, SESAR

1635-1650 Key Note: Prof Valente de Oliveira, DG MOVE

1650-1700 Summary

1700-1900 Mingle & exhibitions & cocktail

1900 Dinner

project rationale

Promisingresults and experiences from the current MONALISA project

Need for moreeffectiveflowof information

Inspiration from the Aviation

Internationallyincreaseddemands for actions and needs for route exchange and route surveillance – Sea Traffic Management

After Costa Concordia:> Howtoimprovemaritimesafety, SAR and mass-evacuations?

> Needtosecure the chain, incl. Safety in Ports

Project rationale

facts and figures

Partnership: 39 partners/ 30 beneficiaries

Total budget: 24.3 million euro

EC contribution: 50%

Timeframe: 2012-2015

Facts and Figures

project partnership

Private sector

SSPA (SE)

TRANSAS (SE)

Carmenta (SE)

Viktoria Swedish ICT (SE)

GateHouse (DK)

Navicon (DK)

CarnivalCorp. (UK)

Fraunhofer (DE)

DLR (DE)

Jeppesen (DE)

Rheinmetall (DE)

IB (IT)

ERGOPROJECT (IT)

Martec SPA (IT)

FerriIndustries (ES)

CIMNE (ES)

Corporacion Maritima (ES)

MARSEC-XL (MT)

Academia

Chalmers University of Technology (SE)

World Maritime University (SE)

Novia University of Applied Sciences (FI)

University of Genua (IT)

VEMARS (IT)

Technical University of Madrid (ES)

University of Catalonia (ES)

Technical University of Athens (GR)

Public sector

Swedish Maritime Administration (Lead)

Air Navigation Services of Sweden

The Swedish Meteorological and HydrologicalInstitute

DanishMaritimeAuthority

DanishMeterologicalInstitute

Ministryof Transport (IT)

RINA (IT)

D Áppolonia (IT)

Port of Livorno (IT)

SASEMAR (ES)

Valencia Port Authority (ES)

Valencia Port Foundation (ES)

NorwegianCoastal Administration

Project Partnership

agenda1

Agenda

1000-1015 Agenda & objectives

1015-1030 Key Note: Capt. José Anselmo, DG MOVE

1030-1230 Presentation of MONALISA (1) results

1230-1400 LUNCH

1400-1420 MONALISA 2.0 – introduction

1420-1550 Presentation of ML 2.0 Activities (& Coffee)

1550-1605 Key Note: Axel Wenblad, WWF

1605-1620 Key Note: Jacob Terling, DG MOVE

1620-1635 Key Note: Fiona McFadden, SESAR

1635-1650 Key Note: Prof Valente de Oliveira, DG MOVE

1650-1700 Summary

1700-1900 Mingle & exhibitions & cocktail

1900 Dinner

monalisa results benefits

MONALISA results & benefits

Activity 1 – Per Setterberg

Activity 2 – Ulf Svedberg

Activity 3 – Flavio Marangon

Activity 4 – Pepe Díaz

act 1 operations tools

Safer, Smarter, Shorter

Safety : Share information – gain situational awareness!

Act 1 Operations & Tools

act 1 operations tools1

Safer, Smarter, Shorter

Environment: Maritime Spatial Planning and real time monitoring.

Act 1 Operations & Tools

act 1 operations tools2

Safer, Smarter, Shorter

Efficiency: On time, on track – on the money!

Act 1 Operations & Tools

the base

The base

MONALISA 1

SESAR

CISE

MarNis

EfficienSea

TrainMoS

Blast

ACCSEAS

R&D output

MoS-projects

IMO e-NAV

e-Maritime

e-Freight

the tools

The tools

Solid procedures

New ECDIS standard

Simulator network

the methods

The methods

Makinguseof MONALISA results – Baltic Sea, GreatBarrierReef

Intelligent planning and monitoring

In syncwithnature and wildlife

the target

The target

Integrateall parts of the Green Routes concept in a final demonstration

Evaluate

Risks and safety

Effectiveness, efficiency and economy

Stakeholders’ opinions

key stakeholders

KeyStakeholders

Shipowners

P&I - insurance

Authorities

act 1 operations tools3

Safer, Smarter, Shorter

Safety : Share information

Environment: Planning and Monitoring

Efficiency: On time, on track – on the money!

Act 1 Operations & Tools

monalisa results benefits1

MONALISA results & benefits

Activity 1 – Per Setterberg

Activity 2 – Ulf Svedberg

Activity 3 – Flavio Marangon

Activity 4 – Pepe Díaz

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Ulf Svedberg

Swedish Maritime Administration

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FLAG STATES

PORT STATE CONTROL

SECURITY

CLASS. SOCIETIES

PORT AUTH

PORT SERV.

TUGS

CUSTOMS

P&I CLUBS

SHIP OPERATOR

SHIP OWNER

FREIGHT FORWARDERS

BANKERS

SHIP BROKERS AND AGENTS

CREW

PILOTS

CHARTERERS

Locks&Bridges

UNIONS

CARGO OWNER

PASSENGERS

CITIZENS AT LARGE

COASTAL STATES

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Single Window principle

  • National SingleWindow: The Marnisconcept with onecommonwindow for exchange of information

Port

Cargo

Master

NSW

PSW

Custom

Crew

Immigration

Bunker

Agent

Pilot

Hazmat

Environment

Pax

MOS

SafeSeaNet

VTS

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System Wide Information Management

  • SESAR
  • Europe
  • Next Generation
  • USA

SingleEuropean Sky ATM Research

ASTRA

Australia

EU- Commission: 350 mio€

TEN-T 350 mio€

Eurocontrol700 mio€

Industry 700 mio€

Grand Total 2,1 Bill €

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SESAR

SingleEuropean Sky ATM Research

Federation of Information

Maritime Web Solution

Maritime Internet

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Voyagenumber

Cargo

ETA

Position

Ship

Weather

Stakeholders

MSI

Routeing

Surveys

Cargo

Port

VTS

Customs

Anomalities

Security

Statistics

Intelligence

Owner

The Ship

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Voyageno´s in the complete STM process

Years

6 months

Days

Hours

Minutes

STM Planning Phases

Strategical

Tactical

Executional

Anti-Collision

COLREG

RouteingUNCLOS

Coastal Navigations

Lifecycleof the Shipping Business

Business development

Shore operations

Ocean passages

SWIM…Pool

Pilotage

Locks

Tugs

Portsafe

PPU

Arrival

Shipowner Strategic Planning

Marketings

SchedulesCruise industry

Politics

Major events

IMO and SOLAS impacts

Openseapilotage

Anti- Collision

Close encounters

TSS, SRS and VTS Areas

Congestion Planning

Charterings

Long term contracts

Sharingconferences

Berthingspreps

Port operations

Voyage plans

Weatherrouteings

Maritime spatial plans

CoastalRouteings

Monalisa

Fairway limitations

activity 2 stm definition phase

Activity 2, STM definition phase

Development phase

Definition phase

Deployment phase

20yy

2015

20xx

key stakeholders1

Key Stakeholders

IMO, DG MOVE, DG MARE, IALA EMSA, EMSA, ECSA, IFSMA

Maritime Authorities, IHO, ITU, IEC

Shipowners, Shipping agents, Ports, Cargo owners

Industry, manufacturers

Cross-sectoral: CG, Customs, Police

partners

Partners

Carnival Plc

Chalmers University of Technology

CorporacionMaritima

DeutschesZentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt (DLR)

Fraunhofer

Norwegian Coastal Administration (NCA)

MARSEC-XL

Ministry of Transport Italy

Swedish Air Navigational Services (LFV)

Swedish Maritime Administration (SMA)

Valenciaport Foundation

ViktoriaSwedish ICT AB

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Thank You

Ulf.Svedberg@sjofartsverket.se

www.monalisaproject.eu

monalisa results benefits2

MONALISA results & benefits

Activity 1 – Per Setterberg

Activity 2 – Ulf Svedberg

Activity 3 – Flavio Marangon

Activity 4 – Pepe Díaz

how act 3 changes the world

How Act 3 changes the world

Maritime safety from the ship perspective

Operational and emergency conditions

Benefits for the maritimesector

Safety

Environment

Efficiency

sub activities interrelations

3.3 Networked Vessel

Sub Activities Interrelations

3.1 Behavior Based Safety (BBS)

3.4 Safe Evacuation System

3.2 ICT Tool for Search and Rescue

3.5 Cost Benefit Analysis

Operative Contribution

Potential Contribution

activity 3 and monalisa 2 0

3.4 SES – Safety Evacuation System

3.3 Networked Vessel

Activity 3 and Monalisa 2.0

Activity 1 & 2: Sea Traffic Management

3.2 ICT Tool for Search and Rescue

SA 4.2

Safety in Coastal Areas

SA 4.1

Safety in Ports

key stakeholders2

KeyStakeholders

Activity 3 will provide pilot application in real context

how act 3 changes the world1

How Act 3 changes the world

Maritime safety from the ship perspective

Operational and emergency conditions

Benefits for the maritimesector

Safety

Environment

Efficiency

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MONALISA Event

Brussels 23 October

monalisa results benefits3

MONALISA results & benefits

Activity 1 – Per Setterberg

Activity 2 – Ulf Svedberg

Activity 3 – Flavio Marengo

Activity 4 – Pepe Díaz

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José Manuel Díaz/Eugenia Sillero

Activity 4

Operational Safety

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SASEMAR does 8 letters:

SAR (Search and Rescue)

VTS (Vessel Traffic Services)

PC (Pollution Combat)

It is the civil Spanish Coast Guard

how act 4 changes the world

How Act 4 changes the world

Accidents happen

Act 4 improves the response at sea and in ports

Benefits for the maritime sector:

Safety

Environment

Efficiency

key stakeholders3

KeyStakeholders

MN-2.0 - High levelsteeringGroup

MN-2.0 - Reference Group: StakeholdersGroup

SpanishPermanentRepresentation at: IALA, IMO, SSS, MoS

ShipYardsAssociation

FreightForwarders

Port and Multimodal Terminals

how act 4 changes the world1

How Act 4 changes the world

Accidents happen

Act 4 improves the response at sea and in ports

Benefits for the maritime sector:

Safety

Environment

Efficiency

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Thank you for your attention !!

Sociedad de Salvamento y Seguridad Marítima

eugeniasm@sasemar.es

Jmldiaz@centrojovellanos.com

www.centrojovellanos.com

www.salvamentomaritimo.com

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agenda2

Agenda

1000-1015 Agenda & objectives

1015-1030 Key Note: Capt. José Anselmo, DG MOVE

1030-1230 Presentation of MONALISA (1) results

1230-1400 LUNCH

1400-1420 MONALISA 2.0 – introduction

1420-1550 Presentation of ML 2.0 Activities

1525-1550 Coffee

1550-1605 Key Note: Axel Wenblad, WWF

1605-1620 Key Note: Jacob Terling, DG MOVE

1620-1635 Key Note: Fiona McFadden, SESAR

1635-1650 Key Note: Prof Valente de Oliveira, DG MOVE

1650-1700 Summary

1700-1900 Mingle & exhibitions & cocktail

1900 Dinner

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...and now, weareproudto present…

…the brand new MONALISA 2.0 movie

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MONALISA Event

Brussels 23 October