The project launches the development of a technical system that allows for safe ship navigation when the established Global Navigation Satellite Systems fail due to intentional or unintentional interference. The 12 partners of maritime administrations, research institutions and private companies of Germany, Sweden, Norway and Poland test broadcast signals transmitted via radio beacons and Automatic Identification System (AIS) base stations. This serves to develop prototypes for ranging mode transmitters and receivers. The Baltic Sea is the first operational test area for this technology worldwide.
March 11, 2019
Baseline and priorities report issued
The project team finished the work on its fundamental report about the baseline and priorities of the R-Mode Baltic project. It analyses in depth the available documents of International Maritime Organization (IMO), International Association of Marine Aids to Navigation and...