MONALISA 2.0 Project and its deployment in the maritime spatial planning concept
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The scope of MONALISA 2.0 project covers 10 EU countries and it is implemented by 39 entities representing public, private and academic sectors. Maritime Spatial Planning, Dynamic Route Planning, Route optimization, exchanging Information about Routes between ships and ships to shore, the possibility to have available a real time service for monitoring and coordinate sea traffic, are now a concept under the deployment of the different technologies applied. The improvement on ships performance and the response in case of accidents are other key elements introduced in Monalisa 2.0. This project is delivering new standards and protocols that will enable communicative machines in several levels, ship to ship, ship to shore and VTS to VTS, creating a comprehensive and interoperable network for a European Sea Traffic Management (STM) Service. STM means information sharing in the whole maritime transport chain. The partnership expects the transfer of STM information to happen in a System Wide Information Environment (SWIM) or what is understood is'the maritime cloud'. This paper tries to link the Maritime Spatial Planning initiative and how to deploy in it the MONALISA concept, as a tool for a safer, environmental and more effective maritime transport in the Balearic Islands area
CitationMartinez, F. J., Castells, M., Velasquez, S. MONALISA 2.0 Project and its deployment in the maritime spatial planning concept. A: International Maritime Competitiveness Initiative. "IMCI 2015. SYMPOSIUM PROCEEDINGS". Vlorë: 2015, p. 115-125.