Saturday, March 19, 2022

A new generation of data standards

 Supporting the future of navigation and the future of our oceans

The next generation of navigation solutions will transform the way we use marine data – supporting safer, more efficient voyages, advancing the prospect of autonomous shipping, and underpinning an even wider range of decisions made by mariners and shore-based users.
At the heart of these new solutions is the new S-100 data standards; but what do these standards mean? And how will they support decision making?
The new data standards can also provide more insightful, more usable information to support improved decision-making on sustainability and protection of the marine environment.
This new animated digital twin of the real world, developed by the UK Hydrographic Office, briefly explores these data standards in context, showing the wide range of benefits they can unlock in the changing maritime landscape.
The way we manage the world’s oceans is evolving, driving autonomy, connectivity and smarter use.
This will be regulated by a new generation of data standards - unlocking a wide range of benefits, from supporting safety and efficiency to protecting the marine environment.
These standards will empower users to support the future of navigation and the future of our oceans.
This video explores the International Hydrographic Organization (IHO) S-100 Data Standards in context and the benefits they can bring to a wide range of users, including: 
› S-101 Electronic Navigational Charts (ENCs) 
› S-102 Bathymetric Surface 
› S-104 Water Levels 
› S-111 Surface Currents 
› S-121 Maritime Limits and Boundaries 
› S-122 Marine Protected Areas (MPAs) 
› S-123 Marine Radio Services 
› S-124 Navigational Warnings 
› S-127 Marine Traffic Management 
› S-128 Catalogue of Nautical Products 
› S-129 Under Keel Clearance Management 
› S-201 Aids to Navigation Information 
› S-412 Weather Overlay

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