On 19-20 November EMSA is participating in a pollution response exercise in Malaga, Spain which will test the national maritime contingency plan, and subsequent coordination among the local, regional ...
Several European country representatives and EMSA and French experts joined together this week, from 2 to 4 October, at the French Maritime Prefecture for the Atlantic to engage in a large-scale join ...
EMSA’s service of Remotely Piloted Aircraft Systems (RPAS) is now being used by the Croatian authorities to assist them in a range of coast guard related functions including vessel traffic monitoring ...Tags
EMSA was tasked to develop a system (THETIS-MRV) for the monitoring and reporting of verified data on CO2 emissions by the European Commission’s DG for Climate Action following the creation of an EU- ...Tags
Today, EMSA Executive Director Ms Maja Markovčić Kostelac welcomed to the agency His Excellency President of the Portuguese Republic, Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa. The visit follows an invitation made in ...
A medium altitude long endurance RPAS drone is being used by the Icelandic maritime authorities to enhance the maritime picture over its Exclusive Economic Zone, the service follows a request made by ...Tags
On 16 April, Frontex Executive Director Fabrice Leggeri opened the annual European Coast Guard Event in Świnoujście, Poland. This is the second such event jointly organised by Frontex, the European F ...
EMSA’s service of Remotely Piloted Aircraft Systems (RPAS) was used by the Danish authorities to monitor ship emissions around the area of the Great Belt where many large tankers transit on their way ...
Following the fire on board the Grande America which subsequently sank on 12 March in the Bay of Biscay, EMSA has been providing emergency assistance at the request of the French authorities. It was ...
RPAS drone flights get underway in Spain to assist SASEMAR in its search and rescue and pollution monitoring operationsPublished06.02.2019
EMSA’s service of Remotely Piloted Aircraft Systems is being used by the Spanish maritime safety agency SASEMAR in the southern province of Huelva for the purpose of identifying and monitoring oil sp ...