Latvia, UK And Canada Cooperate on ROC Solution

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The Port of Riga has joined a consortium comprising Latvia, the UK, and Canada to develop a solution for a single Remote Operations Centre, reports Container News.

ROC platform

This week, on 22 and 23 February, maritime and ICT experts, along with researchers from the three nations, convened for a workshop at the Freeport of Riga Authority. Their collective efforts will focus on crafting a solution for a Remote Operation and Control (ROC) platform. This platform will serve as the cornerstone for an advanced testing facility dedicated to shipping and port operations within each of the project partner countries.

The creation of an ROC solution aims to establish a comprehensive system capable of integrating all necessary data sources for safe maritime autonomous operations onto a single platform.

Furthermore, such a platform is crucial for facilitating the advancement of the related industry, as well as for shaping standards and regulatory frameworks governing the utilization of autonomous systems and vehicles on water.

In addition, the establishment of these standards and frameworks will expedite the implementation of new systems and foster international collaboration among countries, leveraging relevant testing platforms in the process.

In Latvia, the ROC project partners include the Freeports of Riga and Ventspils, Liepaja SEZ, along with Latvijas Mobilais Telefons (LMT) and Riga Technical University (RTU). The project aims to produce a comprehensive report detailing the overall requirements and a roadmap for the complete development of an ROC system.

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Source: Container News

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