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The DMA wants to improve efficiently

The DMA wants to improve efficiently

10-02-2017 12:00:00


New technology and digitalization is the future – also for the maritime industry and the authorities - to solve their tasks more efficiently. The Danish Maritime Authority will set focus on this at the European Shipping Week on February 28.

The DMA's director, Andreas Nordseth, will present his vision for an "effective and easier enforcement of global maritime rules" with the possibility of subsequent debate at the Europan Shipping Week.

Here, a number of Danish Maritime Authority's other employees will contribute to the debate with insight into:

- Drones and sensors that make it possible to create supervision without involving the ship's crew,
- Automatic reporting and sharing of data on port calls and
- How AIS can be used to enforce the speed of fast ferries.

European Shipping Week has the European Community Shipowners' Association (ECSA) as its main organizer and will be held from Monday, February 27 to Friday, March 2 with events and networking meetings in Brussels. The purpose of the event is to bring together the people of the industry along with government representatives to discuss the European and global shipping opportunities and strengths.

Source: DMA / Maritime Denmark


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