Could be part of IHO S 121
Route exchange acceptance as alternative to VHF-based ship reporting
Procedures and rules for EN-134 as well as regulating the use of voyage IDs (such as e.g. for how long voyage ID�s should be possible to access after the voyage has been conducted).
All information should not be displayed on the ECDIS screen
Making the systems STM compliant.
Enabled tracking of historical state changes. Connectors to existing systems necessary or more data generated manually requiring good interfaces.
When a Port Actor System (Agent system, port community system, Tug-operator system etc), is to be integrated with SeaSWIM, this will be done by a specified and well defined set of rules and standards, identifying with information services the actor system can (and will) support. Vendors of standard systems will develop standard connectors which can be used in every implementation of the system, whereas proprietary actor systems, will develop a dedicated SeaSWIM connector based on standardised framework, open source code or blueprints for SeaSWIM connectors.
Status: IHO ongoing work
– Legal and environmental requirements,
– Nautical information, which is today contained in Pilot books,
– Environmental information e.g weather, ice, currents, tidal water, and
– Safety warning.
A common route exchange format for route sharing between ship and shore.