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Sea Traffic Management connects and updates the maritime world in real time, with efficient information exchange. Through data exchange among selected parties such as ships, service providers and shipping companies, STM is creating a new paradigm for maritime information sharing offering tomorrow’s digital infrastructure for shipping.

In this Pressroom we have gathered videos, graphics, press releases, news items and other information regarding Sea Traffic Management that you as a journalist can use to publish information about STM. Should you have further questions feel free to contact us!


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STM Validation finishes – Sea Traffic Management continues

As the STM Validation Project finished June 30, the Sea Traffic Management, STM, initiative continues with many aspects. There are four ongoing implementation projects and more on the drawing board. There is continued wo...

Published: July 10, 2019

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Carnival connects entire fleet to STM

Increased safety through common situational awareness.

As part of the Sea Traffic Management STM Validation project Costa Crociere, part of Carnival Corporation, integrated Costa and Aida ships to exchange...

Published: July 04, 2019

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STM inspires yet another global standard – enabling further interoperability

The International Electrotechnical Commission, IEC, has approved a new work item SECOM – Secure Exchange and COMmunication of S-100 based products. What does it mean in practice? SECOM will mean interoperability, since...

Published: June 11, 2019

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WE are RTF – Johan Östling, Senior Project Manager at RISE

Johan Östling, at the RTF partner RISE Viktoria wants to make ferries visible to the public by including them on Google maps and other local, national and global travel planners. As a senior Project manager at RISE he b...

Published: May 08, 2019

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Joint terminal project in Port of Turku proceeds

The Port of Turku, City of Turku, Tallink Silja Oy and Viking Line Abp (partner of RealTimeFerries Project) signed in autumn 2018 a strategic letter of intent on a joint objective for the development of the port area in ...

Published: March 20, 2019

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