EMSA collects, processes and exchanges maritime related data from a wide range of sources - showing users the bigger pictureRead more...
The long-range identification and tracking (LRIT) of ships aims to enhance security for government authorities. LRIT provides ship identity and current location information in sufficient time for a g ...Read more...
The Long Range Identification and Tracking system was set up under the framework of the International Maritime Organization (IMO). It is the first mandatory international ship tracking and data excha ...
Find in this brochure how EMSA operates maritime information systems to support the maritime monitoring activities of the Commission and Member States. These systems are able to: monitor ship positio ...Read more...
EMSA's training courses for EU/EEA countries are agreed by the "Consultative Network on Technical Assistance" (CNTA). This network meets once per year under the Agency's chairmanship. Here, EU/EEA Me ...Read more...
The reduction of pollution from shipping has formed an integral part of EU maritime safety policy from its beginnings in 1993. To reduce the risk of marine pollution from ships, EMSA provides technic ...Read more...
A general overview on EMSA vessel traffic image monitoringTags publicationsRead more...
The EMSA Brochure is available in the following Languages:
Short leaflet describing EMSA's use of satellite information for oilspill detection and vessel traffic monitoring, prepared for the European Commission's Galileo Application Days in March 2010 www.ap ...Tags publicationsRead more...
Information leaflets and brochures
EMSA publishes a series of leaflets which are designated to inform our stake holders of particular activities or services we offer.
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