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July 27, 2022

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Collaboration agreement between the Corps of Captaincies of Port and Assoporti

Provides for the sharing of data and information on ships acquired within the national AIS network

Yesterday in Rome, at the headquarters of the Ministry of Infrastructure and of Sustainable Mobility, an agreement has been signed of collaboration between the General Command of the Corps of Port Authorities - Coast Guard and the Association of Ports Italians (Assoporti). The agreement, which aims to put a factor common data and information of mutual interest, provides for the sharing with the Port System Authorities of data and information acquired within the national AIS network (Automatic Identification System), the Community system of monitoring of ship traffic and centralized information at the General Command of the Coast Guard. The latter, in fact, provide essential information relating to the ships present in ports and bays falling within the jurisdiction of the Authorities of Port System, so as to support an advanced form and shared monitoring of both incoming ships and those in departure, from the port of origin or destination. For their part, the Port System Authority, recipients of the exchange of information, will answer for the process of technological adaptation necessary to support the sharing of data, which will be so used for purposes related to the efficiency of stopovers and services provided to units in transit; that for the benefit of the development of Italian ports, transport and attractive safety of the maritime sector national, in line with the broader government design of strengthening Italy's maritime competitiveness.

The agreement was signed by the Commander General of the Port Authorities, Admiral Chief Inspector Nicola Carlone, and the president of Assoporti, Rodolfo Giampieri, to the presence of Minister Enrico Giovannini.






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