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Digitalization will strengthen the future

Digitalization will strengthen the future

31-01-2017 12:00:00


As a prelude to the Danish Maritime Authority conference "e-Navigation Undervay" which kicks off in the next two days, the South Korea maritime Director General, Kwang-Youl Park, visited the Danish Maritime Authority to discuss cooperation on digitization and e-navigation.

"We are pleased with the cooperation with South Korea. We also hope to strengthen our coordination in international forums. As two large and technologically advanced maritime nations, we have common interests in using digitization to drive quality shipping in the maritime world forward," says Andreas Nordseth, director of the Danish Maritime Authority.

In 2014, Denmark and South Korea engaged in a cooperation agreement on the development of e-navigation. Yesterday, the Danish Maritime Authority Director Andreas Nordseth met with South Korea's maritime director general to look at the partnership on e-Navigation and to talk about common aspirations.

The conference "e-Navigation Underway" has helped pave the way for e-navigation and digitization of shipping. The conference is held in three places in the world, Denmark, the USA and South Korea. It highlights the opportunities and challenges and serves as a forum for exchange of experience in the field.

Source: Søfartsstyrelsen / Maritime Denmark


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