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EMSA creates unified web interface for information portals

The European Maritime Safety agency has added a new web interface to provide integrated access to a variety of information sources, provisionally named SEG (SafeSeaNet Ecosystem GUI).

{mprestriction ids="1,2"}SEG aims to serve diverse maritime functions, covering the needs of different user domains by providing centralised access to EMSA’s SafeSeaNet (SSN), Integrated maritime services (IMS), Earth Observation Data Centre (EODC) and long range information and tracking (LRIT) applications from a single platform.

The system has been designed for access via multiple devices, such as desktop, laptop, mobile and tablet, and has been developed using the same graphical elements as the existing IMS mobile app.

SEG version 1.0 went live in April 2017 and access has been provided to a number of voluntary IMS and SSN users.

EMSA says that the aim of the Initial Operations Phase is to offer selected users within EU member states and EU bodies an opportunity to validate the new user interface before opening it gradually to all users. Any relevant parties interested in becoming a voluntary user for this process should contact EMSA for details.{/mprestriction}

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