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Improved administration procedures:

- National Single Windows for ship and cargo reporting linked to related platforms such as SafeSeaNet,  e-customs and other mode platforms;

- Management of  inspections and other measures relating to conditional clearance;

- Monitoring co-modality trends: statistical information on utilisation factors, modal split trends, etc.;

- Co-operation in policy development particularly harmonisation of standards.


Improved safety, security and environmental protection. 

- Integrated safety, security and environmental risk management processes of ships in coastal waters (assessment, mitigation, response, recovery including enforcement of regulations).

- Improved integration of functions for integrated maritime surveillance (e.g. VTS, AIS, LRIT and related systems)

- Development of e-Navigation support infrastructure (e.g.  integration AIS and VTS systems  VTS Navigation Assistance Service (NAS); VTS Traffic Organization Service (TOS); Local Port Service (LPS))

- Exchange of  information between authorities for collaboration in safety, security and environmental risk management

- Co-operation between authorities in dealing with SAR and oil pollution identification and response measures  

- Co-operation between Maritime Assistance Services and Emergency Response services tools used by classification societies

- Monitoring of movements of high risk vessels by authorities in different regions using co-ordinated surveillance technologies; support for uniform application of regulation enforcement under specific conditions

- Monitoring CO2 footprint of  maritime transport based corridors

- Investigation of oil spills and response co-ordination 

- Monitoring pollution incidents

- Integration of networked sensors with terrestrial and national surveillance systems for environmental measurements


eServices to support seafarers

- Improved co-ordination of education and national training schemes between member states

- EU level knowledge management systems to provide interactive public digital libraries on policy, regulations, state of the art reports on business practices and technologies

- Lifelong Learning Management for people in the maritime transport and logistics industry who may wish to be kept informed of new research findings and developments as well as policy and regulatory developments in their specific areas of interest.

- Improved communication and infotainments  services for seafarers 

- Improved e- medical access at sea – advanced medical imaging data applications



Improved port operations

- Port Community Systems for Small and Medium size ports 

- Integration of PCS with Port Single Windows and internet applications

- Improved automation in translation of documents such as manifests to national languages and dissemination to appropriate authorities 

- Facilities for documents authentication, electronic signatures and international acceptance of Third Trusted Parties

- Increased accessibility to AEO and related vdatabases

- Managing quality of data collection and automation of statistics reports

- Co-ordination of all  inspection activities including health and phytosanitary purposes

- Port / ship systems integration for fast turnaround times; preparation of operations, increased levels of automation including intelligent monitoring  and control 

- Solutions for  managing  location of containers and resource optimisation (container movements, straddle carriers)

- Real time route optimisation of  truck arrival to ports based on updated ship ETAs

- Managing cross docking and internal warehouse operations

- Managing system changes due to new or revised regulations

- Facilities to integrate port security management models and tools (including legacy systems) used by different network stakeholders.

- Data fusion of intelligence and sensor data in port security

- Security threat detection, and rapid response by security agencies to facilitate the protection of ports or other critical infrastructure



Improved ship operations

- Sharing best practices in safety, security and environmental management

- Monitoring CO2 operational index - Improved ship environmental monitoring and control

- Automated generation and dissemination of ship efficiency monitoring and environmental reporting

- Improved automation in ship  reporting and compliance management including interaction with  classification societies

- Services to supports Class in identifying areas of concern upon which planned surveys should concentrate

- Integration of information from different proprietary ship maintenance systems

- Integration of hull health monitoring systems with planned maintenance systems

- Intelligent monitoring systems to self-organize following deployment or failure and co-ordination of remote operations 

- Benchmarking to compare ships with same or similar technical systems

- Exchange observations and suggestions about the technical systems between ship and shore personnel

- Optimisation of purchasing  systems particularly through integration with planned maintenance and fleet scheduling; strategic stock positioning and requisition fulfilment from the most effective sources of supply

- Managing crewing with increased use of internet services for recruitment in different locations



Integration into logistic chains

- Integration of e-shipping with logistic platforms for managing transport chains or corridors

- Information services on market segmentation of transport chains between European regions by commodity groups and supply and demand trends

- Services for estimating interregional cargo flows for different commodities and transport modes

- Services to estimate the impact of changing cost parameters on the traffic flows differentiated according to transport mode

- Services to determine vessels characteristics  that are optimally matched to trading corridors and to ports

- Services to set up co-operating transport networks including common transportation processes incorporating regulations compliance and ‘intelligent’ monitoring and control of service quality

-  On demand acquisition of transport services and management of service level agreements;

- Setting strategic alliances between transport operators  with shippers / receivers in the hinterland markets of inter-modal services;

- Setting and implementing strategies to  influence the environmental footprint of transportation on key intermodal corridors

- Setting co-operative marketing strategies between regional SSS stakeholders including SPCS;

- Publication of services and real time integration of services to meet on line requests 

- Search and comparison of transport services  and negotiation mechanisms

- Real time information flow to logistics planning and analysis platforms including integration with meteorological data and route planning information

- Transport execution monitoring and information dissemination

- Competence management services geared towards improved efficiency of SSS and intermodal transport in order to increase the competitiveness of these modes and, hence, make a significant impact on modal shift on an on-going basis and in a multiplicity of regions.
 
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