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SESAME Straits e-Navigation systems were demonstrated in a recent test SESAME Straits e-Navigation systems were demonstrated in a recent test Singapore Press Holding

The SESAME Straits e-Navigation project, which aims to apply technology in the reduction of  maritime traffic congestion and in improving traffic safety and efficiency in Singapore, has conducted a successful demonstration in close collaboration with the Maritime and Port Authority.

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