ESABALT presentations in the United States and in Copenhagen

The Institute of Navigation (ION)’s GNSS+ is an annual conference arranged in the United States. It is one of the largest conferences in the world in the domain of navigation, positioning and its applications in maritime, among others. This year the conference is arranged in Tampa, Florida.

ESABALT will be presented under the paper titled ‘Operational Scenarios for Maritime Safety in the Baltic Sea – Project BONUS ESABALT’ in the Session ‘Aviation and Marine Applications’, on Thursday 17th September. The link to the page is here.

Latest News: The paper was successfully presented and was awarded the Best Presentation Award in the technical session on ‘Aviation and Marine Applications’.

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ESABALT will also be presented at the conference on Drivers for Blue Growth in the Baltic Sea Region in Copenhagen on 6 October 2015, and organized by the European Commission’s Directorate General for Maritime Policy and Fisheries (DG Mare). The conference is taking place during the Danish Maritime Days 2015 at the venue of the Danish Maritime Fair – an exhibition for maritime businesses, education institutions, authorities etc.

ESABALT will exhibit at the conference on the special invitation of the Danish Maritime Authority, as co-organiser of the conference and as Policy Area Coordinator in cooperation with the Finnish Transport Safety Agency for the Policy Area on Maritime Safety and Security (PA Safe) of the EU Strategy for the Baltic Sea Region. This invitation has been forwarded to ESABALT in recognition of its contributions to  blue growth in the Baltic Sea Region and also as a Flagship Project of PA Safe under EUSBSR.

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