Sea Traffic Management project completes operational testing

The route planned on the ship’s Adveto ECDIS (left) was instantly shared with the Kongsberg Shore Centre application (right) The route planned on the ship’s Adveto ECDIS (left) was instantly shared with the Kongsberg Shore Centre application (right)

The STM (Sea Traffic Management) validation project reports that it has completed the first operational tests of its integrated vessel information sharing system with shore centre manufacturers, facilitating data exchange beet two different maritime IT manufacturers’ systems.

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