Toulon, France (PortSEurope) April 19, 2018 – Autorita’ di Sistema Portuale del Mare Di Sardegna (AdSP – Sardinian Sea Port Authority) is attending an event in the southern French port of Toulon under the auspices of the Interreg Italy France Maritime program 2014-2020 to discuss telematization of Sardinian ports.
Telematics brings together technology and information in order to improve services and offer novel resources that benefit both professionals and society.
The meeting is focussed on the European projects Nectemus, Circumvectio and GEECCTT-Îles of the Interreg Italy France Maritime program 2014-2020, and include passenger-friendly services and coordinated development, in terms of size and European standard, between cross-border calls.
Regarding Nectemus, one proposal is to create an information sheet, common to all ports of Sardinia and Corsica, through which the passenger will be able to know, following a common standard, all the information related to ground services, in particular the connection and transport modes between port and final destination with the help of modern technologies.
Computerization that will also concern the operations on the dock, through the innovative processes that will be developed in the second project, Circumvetio, for which the authority has drawn up a specific study, entitled “the Telematization of Ports”.
The cross-border Interreg Italy-France Maritime 2014-2020 seeks to achieve the goals of the EU 2020 Strategy in the Northern Mediterranean area by promoting smart, sustainable and inclusive growth. The Programme takes into account the issues of marine, coastal and island areas, but also addresses internal ones, with specific isolation risks.
The main objective is to help strengthen cross-border cooperation between the designated territories to make this space a competitive, sustainable and inclusive area in the European and Mediterranean landscape.
The Nectemus Project aims to create an action plan to identify the shortcomings of maritime passenger interconnections in the cooperation area, between two mainland ports and the two islands of Sardinia and Corsica. The Action Plan will identify the infrastructural and info-structural interventions to improve the connectivity of passenger transport, tanking at the level of the mingling of traffic, the level of secondary and tertiary port centers.
The project GEECCTT-Îles addresses the issue that between Corsica and Sardinia there are no permanent connections that allow to develop economic, cultural and cooperation relations with continuity and equitable costs.
Source: L’Unione Sarda
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