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Integrated Maritime Services

Integrating data for a more safe, secure and clean maritime environment

Recognising the benefits of exchanging information between different government entities and ensuring more effective integration of maritime information is a key element within the European Commission's (EC) Integrated Maritime Policy. EMSA is uniquely positioned to help the European Member States, EU bodies and organisations, and the EC achieve this aim.

Firstly, as an operational agency of the EU, EMSA has in-depth understanding of the maritime situation in and around EU waters. Experience dealing with a variety of both safety and security related concerns from legal and operational perspectives has given EMSA extensive knowledge about many of the issues which arise, and about the practical realities of addressing these.

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Secondly, EMSA operates and manages a suite of systems which receive, process, and distribute information on vessel traffic reports (LRIT, SafeSeaNet), satellite monitoring (CleanSeaNet), and Port State Control (Thetis). The services produced by these systems are shared with Member States and the Commission, to supplement and enhance national capacity for vessel traffic monitoring, Port State Control, and maritime pollution preparedness and response. EMSA has developed a platform to ensure the performance, availability and reliability of all the maritime information systems it hosts. This platform can also integrate and combine different types of data, including data provided by the end user, to produce customised services tailored to user requirements. These services are used by European authorities to obtain a clearer picture of a broad range of activities in the maritime domain, building a common picture across EU maritime interests. Enabling governmental and institutional organisations to make use of EMSA’s systems avoids duplication of effort, overlapping infrastructures and unnecessary expenditure

Services are offered directly to EU Member States and organisations, sparing them the cost and complexity of buying and managing the underlying hardware and software, and hosting separate data integration systems. Users have full operational support, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, through EMSA's Maritime Support Services (MSS).

Thirdly, through cooperative working relationships with Member States, the Commission, and other EU bodies, EMSA has been able to successfully contribute and respond to initiatives developed at EU, regional and national levels.


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SafeSeaNet Ecosystem GUI

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The SafeSeaNet Ecosystem Graphical User Interface (SEG) is the common web interface providing access to EMSA's maritime applications and data sets including SSN, IMS, LRIT and CSN.