A series of studies commissioned by the European Maritime Safety Agency aims to provide decision makers and stakeholders with an updated and thorough overview of the potential of different sources of power
To tighten control of ship emissions, France’s Ministry of the Sea is deploying a sniffer drone in the Pas-de-Calais region, bordering the Strait of Dover, the world’s busiest area for ship movements.
Demonstrating that authorities are taking enforcement of IMO 2020 seriously, a new sulfur sniffing drone has started checking the emissions from ships operating in Danish waters. Provided by the European Maritime Safety
A large drone has started to check emissions from ships in Danish waters to make sure they comply with the sulfur limit. The drone is being provided by the European Maritime Safety
AUGUST 8, 2017 — EMSA (the European Marine Safety Agency) yesterday launched THETIS-MRV, a web-based application that enables companies responsible for the operation of large ships using EU ports to report their
MAY 4, 2017 — Ships visiting European ports may have to be fitted with NOx sensors — to monitor other ships’ emissions. That is a key element of the winning entry in a
MARCH 17, 2017 — Rotherham, U.K., headquartered Martek Marine is to play a key role in one of the world’s maritime drone projects. The company has been awarded a two year contract