Conventional Aids to Navigation are history, relics from the times before internet and e-Navigation. The general tendency for internet of things will change the navigational marking as well.
SeaHow’s Smart Buoy concept combines the robust polyethylene buoy with monitoring sensors and mobile data transmission to collect real-time oceanographic data from the sea, on-line 24/7.
Smart Buoy is the new generation buoy which is connected to network and capable for interactivity. It improves both the navigation safety and fairway maintenance.
Please find here our new invoicing address where all our invoices will be scanned.
Meritaito and the Intelligent Sea project where present in the conference exhibition and got the chance to present project to the audience and some of the EU officials on place.
Nina Savijoki joined Meritaito on 1st of October as project manager for the Intelligent Sea project. The project develops a digital network of smart buoys and navigational aids, tests alternative energy sources for buoys and searches new solutions for ships’ sulphur oxide (SOx) emissions monitoring.
The European Commission s Connecting Europe Facility (CEF) funded Intelligent Sea project s websites have been published. The project information can be found in English on the website www.seahow.fi/en/company/insea