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The trend in navigational accidents no longer appears to decrease. In a Formal Safety Assessment (IMO NAV59-6, Annex 1) 5.544 navigational and 7.275 other accidents resulted in the loss of 6.264 lives (2001-2010). The coincide of EU policies on safer and more efficient waterborne operations and in particular the e-maritime initiative with IMO’s strategy for e-navigation opens a unique window of op ...
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EU CISE 2020 is an important step towards the accomplishment of the European roadmap for CISE; the project attains the widest possible experimental environment of innovative and collaborative processes between European maritime institutions.EU CISE 2020 takes as reference a broad spectrum of factors in the field of European Integrated Maritime Surveillance, arising from the European legal framewor ...
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Motorways and Electronic Navigation by Intelligence at Sea (MonaLisa 2.0)

Start date: Dec 31, 2011, End date: Dec 30, 2015,

The project entitled Motorways and Electronic Navigation by Intelligence at Sea (MONALISA 2.0) aims at contributing to a continuous improvement and development of efficient, safe and environmentally friendly maritime transport in the European Union by implementation of a series of measures in accordance with the EU's transport policies. MONALISA 2.0 is a concrete step in the process of further dev ...
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Winter Navigation Motorways of the Sea (WinMos)

Start date: Dec 31, 2011, End date: Dec 30, 2015,

The project entitled Winter Navigation Motorways of the Sea (WINMOS) aims at improving efficiency, safety and environmental per-formance of winter navigation in the Baltic Sea. It aims to meet current and future challenges by ensuring appropriate icebreaking resources for the Baltic Sea region and developing cooperative actions to improve the functionality of the winter navigation system in order ...
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ACCSEAS wishes to improve maritime access to the NSR by developing & implementing e-Navigation within a transnational framework. A North Sea e-Navigation test-bed will be established to demonstrate proof-of-concept solutions. ACCSEAS enables service providers, researchers & suppliers to develop e-Navigation regional services and to prototype novel marine navigation & communication concepts. ACCSEA ...
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ERA-NET MARitime TEChnologies II (MARTEC II)

Start date: Jan 1, 2011, End date: Dec 31, 2014,

"An ERA-NET on maritime technologies (MARTEC) began with 12 ministries and funding organisations from 9 European countries in 2006. There was little or no contact prior to its establishment. MARTEC quickly formed a strong network and has launched calls in 2008, 2009 with a further one planned for 2010. So far applications for proposals have involved participants from 8 countries, and projects fund ...
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... d 3.2), the thematic work continued at all chosen reference scales (MACRO, MESO, CORRIDOR, MICRO). A close dialogue was maintained with the EUSBSR PA Transport stakeholders, with the Swedish PAC attending the project partnership meeting (Tallinn, 25-26 March 2014).At that very meeting a mid-term project evaluation report was presented and methods of setting an effective communication towards the t ...
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... groundwork for future international deployment. Another main activity under this flagship project will be to undertake a quality assurance of hydrographic data for the major navigational areas in the Swedish and Finnish waters of the Baltic Sea, which, together with other pilot actions, will help enhance the safety of navigation and optimisation of shipping routes. The MonaLisa project is divided ...
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SAFETY OF WINTER NAVIGATION IN DYNAMIC ICE (SAFEWIN)

Start date: Sep 1, 2009, End date: Aug 31, 2013,

... developing ice service products applicable in these new sea areas, the present project contributes towards topics safety of ice navigation. Finally, it has been the observation of the Finnish and Swedish icebreaker services that the crews of the ice strengthened vessels do not have the necessary experience for winter navigation. The Baltic Icebreaker Management (BIM, see www.baltice.org) is making ...
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Chemical Munitions Search & Assessment (CHEMSEA)

Start date: Jun 8, 2011, End date: Mar 7, 2013,

Around 55 000 tons of chemical warfare agents (CWA) were dumped into the Baltic Sea after the World Word II. Official dumpsites are Bornholm Deep and Gotland Deep, but there is evidence for their presence also in other places on the seafloor. Their metal shells are corroding and leaking to the environment at a rate that has not been measured so far. Moreover, a large-scale leakage in case of distu ...
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1 Background and partners of the project: The BRISK project (2009-2012) is a response to an increased risk of accidents and environmental damage in the Baltic Sea. The numbers and the sizes of ships navigating in the Baltic Sea area have increased in recent years, and the transportation of oil and other hazardous substances is growing steadily. The risk of shipping accidents has increased as well. ...
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... Achievements: Political commitment is crucial when it comes to maritime cross-border issues of safety, security and environmental protection. Peter Jeppsson, member of the Swedish parliament, has successfully chaired the Baltic Master II Political Committee. A number of political seminars and meetings has taken place, e.g. in the Swedish Parliament, at EU Maritime Day in Gdan ...
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Efficient, Safe and Sustainable Traffic at Sea (EfficienSea)

Start date: Dec 31, 2008, End date: Jan 23, 2012,

The overall aim of EfficienSea was to improve maritime safety in the Baltic Sea region through concise and coordinate actions. Partners represented driving forces in the region for the development of improved of safety measures. We all worked for safe, sustainable and efficient traffic at sea and together we developed tools to make it happen. EfficienSea included 16 partners from six countries in ...
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Oversize Baltic (Oversize)

Start date: Jun 30, 2009, End date: Jun 29, 2011,

Oversize cargos – constitute an economically important segment of commercial haulage. They include exceptionally large and heavy indivisible cargos such as electric transformers, reactor vessels, wind mills or airplane fuselage - which is usually a part of advanced infrastructural high priority energy and technology projects. Oversize transport often needs to travel considerable distance; in many ...
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... Achievements: The museum partners of the project - Maritime Museum Rostock, the Polish Maritime Museum, the Swedish Naval Museum and the Lithuanian Sea Museum - collaborate for setting up an exhibition, which is one of a kind. The common travelling exhibition "1 Sea – 4 Stories" impressively presents four s ...
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Baltic SeaBreeze (BSB)

Start date: Dec 31, 2004, End date: Dec 30, 2007,

The goal for the Baltic SeaBreeze (BSB) project was to increase awareness of the marine pollution situation in the target sectors of fishing, shipping, and leisure craft owners. Focus areas have been environmental issues in guest harbours and marinas, Blue Flag activities, courses for fishermen and seamen, and a media campaign. The ultimate goal of Baltic SeaBreeze was to change the attitudes and ...
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The aim of Baltic Master was to improve maritime safety by integrating and bringing forward local and regional perspectives. This included measures to improve the prevention and the preparedness for ship accidents as well as methods for managing the coastal zones.The issues concerning safe transportations, oil combatting and coastal management has a clear transnational link as they deal with the e ...
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East-West Transnational Transport Corridor in the S-BSR (EAST-WEST)

Start date: Dec 31, 2005, End date: Dec 30, 2007,

In the Baltic Sea Region, trade and traffic in the east-west direction is increasing dramatically. The need to develop sustainable transport in the east-west direction is therefore of outmost importance. The “East-West transport Corridor (EWTC)” between Vilnius and Esbjerg via the Öresund region, includes several TEN-T ports, road and railways links, parts of the Nordic triangle and Corridor IX B/ ...
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Initially it was thought that over 200,000,000 tons of Dangerous Goods (DG) per year moves in BSR (plus over 100M tons in NW Russia) mostly through densely populated areas, imposing real health and safety risks to people and environment. After the data gathering and reporting in DaGoB, the actual figure is close to 1,000,000,000 tons in the entire BSR region, which was substantially more than anti ...
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Safety at Sea (S@S)

Start date: Feb 26, 2004, End date: Jun 29, 2007,

The project aims at harmonising risk management strategies for the North Sea Region and at transforming these strategies into practical methodologies for spatial planners, decision makers and operational entities dealing with safety at sea. The strategies will be put into practice in six demonstration projects, including classification and risk assessment of oil transport in the North Sea, practic ...
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North East Cargo Link (NECL)

Start date: Dec 31, 2002, End date: Dec 2, 2006,

Rail and road transports in the Northern Europe and the southern part of the Nordic Countries are presently hampered by congestion, causing traffic infarcts, high pollution, slow transport speeds and a threat to economic competitiveness. These problems are becoming more severe with the increasing traffic load.North East Cargo Link (NECL) is aiming at promoting and marketing new, speedy and safe in ...
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Transportation of passengers and goods increases dramatically in the South Baltic Sea area. However, existing infrastructure and transport solutions are not enough equipped to manage the growth in an efficient and sustainable way. The challenging development called upon joint actions among organisations in several countries and on various levels. In the Baltic Gateway project, regional and local a ...
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INland TRAnsports on SEA routes (INTRASEA)

Start date: Jun 30, 2003, End date: Feb 1, 2006,

The waterborne transport to inland markets and the usage of the Inland Waterways has a substantial potential in the Baltic Sea Region. The volume of goods transport in the Baltic Sea Region and on inland waterways is constantly growing. Further to the growing transport volumes, the inland and short-sea shipping benefit the advantage to transport cargo in an environmentally friendly way. One of the ...
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South East Baltic Transport Link (SEBTrans-Link )

Start date: Aug 28, 2002, End date: Nov 27, 2005,

... or investments in the ports and in the hinterland connections in order to meet the demands of the future. The networking will in Sweden be taken further by a Baltic Link Association.The Swedish partners identified a transport corridor, gave it an identity and decided to continue the work towards its recognition as a European-wide interest. Besides other efforts, they chose to give priority to inve ...
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Bothnian Arc - Arctic Coastal Tourism Region (BothnianArc-ACTion )

Start date: Jun 25, 2002, End date: Sep 24, 2005,

Bothnian Arc is a Swedish-Finnish coastal zone in the northern part of the Gulf of Bothnia with a sub-arctic climate. Thanks to the Gulf Stream, it has four distinct seasons and offers exotic tourism destinations in an arctic coast and archipelago milieu. However the tourism profile of the region and tourism competence there have to be strengthened. A trans-national co-operation for the developmen ...
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Harmonised training standards for seafarers : The project will fulfill a need for EU-wide standardization in the field of maritime crisis management training through the development of a course which aims for acceptance as the standard benchmark in the field. This project started in 2002 and lasted 30 months.
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