The largest European transport research event has been Corona-cancelled . So you won't have the opportunity to meet the STM projects at the expo or during the sessions. However, you might want to get a deeper feel for STM and its progress by reading some of the accepted papers for the conference.
The infrastructure for the entire Sea Traffic Management (STM) ecosystem has been contracted to the newly formed non-profit industry consortium, Navelink. All existing implementations and the current STM projects will run on a platform with high capacity. There will be professional development and staging environments to ease implementation of new services and updates of the existing ones. “To have a consortium of committed international industry actors running the infrastructure is a natural step towards a global secure interoperable STM infrastructure” says Per Löfbom, Chief STM Architect.
EfficientFlow will be at the Turku Exhibition Centre on 22-23.01.2020. Visit us in the exhibitors Hall A booth 77.
During the event “Digital Transport Days” that was held on 7-9 October in Helsinki, RTF project was represented by one member of the project research group Juergen Ross from VBB Verkehrsverbund Berlin-Brandenburg (Germany).
During the International Conference “Transport means 2019” that was held on 2-4 October 2019 in Palanga and Klaipeda (Lithuania), RTF project was represented by two members of the project research group Vytautas Paulauskas from Klaipeda Shipping Research Centre (Lithuania) and Ludmila Filina-Dawidowicz from West Pomeranian University of Technology in Szczecin (Poland).
The first Real Time Ferries conference in Rostock was truly appreciated by participating ferry lines, ports and logistics companies. The hands-on outcomes of the project, the eleven demo lines involved, the concrete information sharing solution based on European and global standards, explains why the interest is great and that governments and institutions promote the Real Time Ferries project, RTF.