Development is underway, and an initial test voyage will begin later this month. Digital certificates are expected to make things simpler, faster and safer.
In the coming months, a large drone will check emissions from ships in Danish waters to make sure they comply with the sulphur limit.
Denmark and Ghana have cooperated on e-navigation solutions, implementation of international regulations and training of tugboat captains since 2015.
Former Deputy Director General of the Danish Maritime Authority, Mrs. Birgit Sølling Olsen, is set to receive the 2017 International Maritime Prize.
Denmark has acceded to the global regime on compensation for damage caused by the carriage by sea of hazardous and noxious substances of the 2010 HNS convention.
The Danish Maritime Authority widens the international work on digitalization and e-navigation and enters into a cooperation agreement with South Korea, Sweden, Australia and China.
Another 11 ships from TORM and NORDEN will fly the Danish flag soon. This builds on the historic milestone when Danish shipping registries recently reached 20 mio. BT. and are the fastest growing registers in the world.
Digital nautical charts and better communication at sea are some of the concrete solutions that can boost the development of the maritime sector.
DMA’s has prepared a report on “the digital twin”; a digital twin presents a ship digitally throughout its lifetime