EMSA RPAS flying over the Black Sea region in support of Romanian national authoritiesPublished31.05.2022
Romanian national authorities have been using EMSA RPAS to conduct flights over the Black Sea region from a base in Mangalia. The flights are offering enhanced maritime surveillance to the country’s ...
EMSA sniffer drone monitoring sulphur and nitrogen emissions from ships operating in the ChannelPublished25.05.2022
From Cap Gris-Nez on the Pas-de-Calais coast in the north of France, EMSA remotely piloted aircraft are being used by the French Directorate General of Maritime Affairs, Fisheries and Aquaculture to ...
RPAS operation begins offering enhanced maritime surveillance to Danish national authoritiesPublished17.05.2022
From mid-May EMSA RPAS are flying from Denmark’s northernmost town Skagen, offering enhanced maritime surveillance. The service is being provided by EMSA following a request from the Royal Danish ...
Emissions monitoring campaign kicks off over the Baltic Sea using specially equipped dronesPublished13.04.2022
Together with the Federal Maritime and Hydrographic Agency, the European Maritime Safety Agency (EMSA) is conducting a large-scale emissions monitoring campaign using remotely piloted aircraft, ...
EMSA contracts satellite communication services to support maritime surveillance operations conducted by remotely piloted aircraft systemsPublished25.03.2022
EMSA has recently awarded six contracts for satellite communication (satcom) services to support the maritime surveillance operations of the Agency’s remotely piloted aircraft systems. The contracts ...
EMSA signs cooperation agreements with EU Naval Missions to provide enhanced maritime awareness for operations in Somalia and LibyaPublished11.02.2022
EMSA is supporting EU Naval Force operations – Atalanta and Irini – following the signature of two cooperation agreements with EU NAVFOR-Somalia (Operation Atalanta) on the one hand and EUNAVFOR MED ...
EMSA’s remotely piloted aircraft are assisting Spanish authorities in actively monitoring sulphur emissions from ships transiting the busy Strait of GibraltarPublished20.09.2021
Over the summer EMSA’s remotely piloted aircraft have been monitoring the level of sulphur oxides released by ships transiting the Strait of Gibraltar, one of the world’s busiest shipping lanes. The ...
EU maritime transport: first environmental impact report acknowledges good progress towards sustainability and confirms that more effort is needed to prepare for rising demandPublished01.09.2021
Maritime transport plays and will continue to play an essential role in global and European trade and economy. In recent years, the maritime sector has taken significant measures to alleviate its ...CategoriesTags
Practical guide for European cooperation on coast guard activities adopted by the European CommissionPublished23.07.2021
The European Commission has adopted a ‘Practical Handbook’ for European cooperation on coast guard activities to facilitate the cooperation of EU civilian and military authorities in their efforts ...
Spanish authorities deploy EMSA’s remotely piloted aircraft to enhance general maritime surveillance off the coast of GaliciaPublished07.07.2021
Over the coming months, the Spanish ministry of transport’s maritime safety and rescue body SASEMAR will be using EMSA’s remotely piloted aircraft services from its MRCC base at Finisterre in the ...Categories