The IMO has announced its selection for the latest regional Maritime Technology Cooperation Centre (MTCC), with the Pacific Community (SPC) to host MTCC-Pacific in collaboration with the Secretariat of the Pacific Regional Environment Programme (SPREP).
The International Maritime Organization (IMO) has announced that International Maritime University of Panama (UMIP) has been selected to host the regional Maritime Technology Cooperation Centre (MTCC) for the Latin America region, joining MTCCs in Africa, Asia and the Caribbean to work on projects aimed at mitigating the harmful effects of climate change.
IMO’s continuing process of modernising GMDSS has seen delegates at a Navigation, Communications and Search and Rescue (NCSR) Sub-Committee meeting in March put Inmarsat’s FleetBroadband system forward to undergo technical assessment by IMSO (International Mobile Satellite Organization) pursuant to future inclusion as a compliant service, with a report to be provided for consideration by the next NCSR in 2018.
IMO has announced the first two institutes selected to host regional Maritime Technology Cooperation Centres (MTCCs) as part of its EU-funded project to help mitigate the harmful effects of climate change.
ClassNK has established a new digital archive centre for the maritime industry called ClassNK Archive Center (NKAC), to house Ship Construction Files in accordance with IMO’s Goal-based ship construction standards (GBS) and the Industry Standard, which apply from 1 July 2016.
IMO has issued new guidelines on Maritime Cyber Risk Management, available free for download, containing a number of recommendations for shipping companies on how to protect their technology assets against digital disaster.
The IMO’s Marine Environment Protection Committee (MEPC) has approved mandatory requirements for ships to record and report their fuel consumption, the first part of a three-step process of data collection and analysis that will inform future decisions on any measures needed to enhance energy efficiency and address greenhouse gas emissions from international shipping.
IMO is asking for formal expressions of interest to host centres to promote cooperation in the field of maritime technology, as part of its efforts to help mitigate the harmful effects of climate change.
Mandatory requirements for the electronic exchange of information on cargo, crew and passengers have been adopted by the International Maritime Organization (IMO), obliging public authorities to establish systems for data transfers within a period of three years after the adoption of the amendments.
The IMO has issued a notification to inform the maritime industry that its Facilitation Committee is expected to adopt mandatory requirements at its meetings this week for the electronic exchange of information on cargo, crew and passengers, as part of a revised annex to the 1965 Convention on Facilitation of International Maritime Traffic (FAL).
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