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6th General Assembly & Kick-Out Meeting of the MARINA Project

The MARINA 6th General Assembly & Kick-Out Meeting, hosted by Offshore Monitoring Limited (OSM) in in Cyprus during November, featured a comprehensive agenda highlighting significant project milestones. This included a detailed Project Overview, a thorough review of Work Packages (WP) Status Reports, and an exploration of the work done by the Partners to meet end-users’ […]

SafeNav Project Progress-December 2022

..With the fourth month well underway, the SafeNav (Safer Navigation) Project team will realize the first milestone with the successful submission of the project’s first deliverable, User and technical requirements specifications (D2.1), at the month’s end.  End-users and technical experts have been working in deep collaboration to ensure the timely submission of the final specification […]

SafeNav Project Progress-November 2022

The SafeNav (SaferNavigation) Project is well underway as month three of the three-year maritime safety project draws to a close. The team is currently finalising D2.1 User specifications and operational requirements, a final specification document that will be the project’s first deliverable. The detailed specification document is the result of constant workshops, coordination, and preparation […]

4th R&D and General Assembly of the MARINA Project – Summary

The 4th R&D and General Assembly meeting of the MARINA Project was held earlier this month in Fornebu, Norway. Hosted by the project coordinator, Offshore Monitoring Limited, the first day of the meeting included discussions by consortium partners on project progress, milestones achieved, the overall project timeline, and plans for the next six months. The […]

SafeNav Project Kick-Off Meeting

The Safer Navigation (SAFENAV) Project’s official kick-off meeting was hosted and coordinated by Offshore Monitoring Limited (OSM), the project coordinator, in Limassol, Cyprus from the 19th to the 21st of September 2022. This meeting was held to kick-start the SafeNav Project, a project to enhance safer navigation at sea, co-funded by the European Commission (EC) […]

SafeNav Project Aims to Enhance Safer Navigation at Sea with a Groundbreaking Digital Solution

The SafeNav (Safer Navigation) project, co-funded by the European Commission and UK Research and Innovation (UKRI), officially launches on 1st September 2022. The € 8 million maritime safety project promises a path towards safer and more secure navigation for the navigator on the bridge today and then moving towards remote-operated and autonomous shipping. Offshore Monitoring Limited […]

Offshore Monitoring Attends the Autonomous Ship Expo 2022

Offshore Monitoring Limited, a developer of innovative maritime solutions, is attending this year’s Autonomous Ship Expo in Amsterdam RAI, the Netherlands, from 21st to 23rd June. The team will be discussing the  LadarTM Sensor Suite, an innovative laser & computer-vision based detection sensor suite solution for sustainable maritime activity, and as a coordinator, exploring partnership opportunities for future testing, trials, […]