Introduction and implementation of Korean e-Nav

Introduction and implementation of Korean e-Nav
  • Performing maritime digitalization policies by introducing and implementing e-Navigation services adopted by IMO on Korean coast

    - Preventing human error on collision/stranding-related maritime accidents; promoting efficiency of ships, ports, and maritime logistics; establishing untact maritime digital service infrastructure; and establishing and operating the 4th industrial revolution service infrastructure in the maritime sector

  • (Implementing e-Nav service) Establishing and operating 7 operation centers** to provide 24-hour uninterrupted e-Nav service* (center 1, district 6)(pilot operation in 2020 and full implementation in 2021)
    * ①Automatic prediction and warning service for collision and stranding ②Optimal route guidance service ③Electronic chart automatic update service ④Marine safety and weather information service

    ** Newly hired 56 sailing and communication experts currently working as e-Nav service center staff
  • (Establishing and operating high-speed maritime wireless communication network) Completion of establishing infrastructure including the 1st and 2nd centers and base stations(263 stations, 622 transceivers) to enable broadband multi-communication(LTE) services from Korean coast to 100km offshore.
  • (Enactment and enforcement of e-Nav domestic law) Establishing "Act on Providing and Promoting Use of Intelligent Maritime Traffic Information Service": 01.29 in 2020 / Enforcement: 01.30 in 2021
    Establishing and executing subordinate laws and basic/implementation plans(~2020)