Digital Maritime Consultancy ApS


In the EU Interreg Baltic Sea Region program-funded MaDaMe (Maritime Data Methods for Safe Shipping) project, countries in the Baltic Sea region are jointly developing digital fairway services and cyber-secure communication between maritime authorities and vessels. The MaDaMe project is backed by the ongoing development of S-100 standards in international maritime organizations. The standardization work aims to provide a universal model for representing and sharing hydrographic and other maritime-related information. ECDIS devices compliant with these new standards can be used for navigation starting from 2026 and will become mandatory for new vessels at the beginning of 2028. The new fairway services enable the reception of information in digital form directly to the ship's ECDIS in real-time. Digital services will be offered alongside the current services provided by existing systems or by voice.

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Digital Maritime Consultancy ApS

Frederiksborggade 5

1360 København K