Project Participants

MonaLisa 2.0 (MonaLisa 2.0)


The MonaLisa 2.0 Project is designed to make maritime transportation safe, efficient and environmentally sustainable through the establishment of a Sea Traffic Management (STM) system. The Project aims to develop means for sharing information with all interested and authorized parties in the transport chain. The system developed will be inspired by Air Traffic Management and adopted and scaled to suit the maritime sector, an approach that is likely to shorten the time required to set a new world-wide standard.


Private (International)


RISE Viktoria


Department of IT Management

Collaborative partners:

University of Vic - Central University of Catalonia, Valencia Port foundation, ergo project, Norwegian Coastal Administration, Swedish maritime administration, SSPA Sweden AB, SMHI Swedish meteorological and hydrological institute, Danish Meteorological Institute, Air Navigation Services Sweden, Swedish Transport agency, Martec Spa, IB SRL, Søfartsstyrelsen, Transas Gothenburg, Industrias Ferri, S.A., Carmenta AB, International Center for Numerical Methods in Engineering, University of Geneva, Italian Ministry of Transport, National Technical University of Athens, Gatehouse Group, Rina services, Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft zur Förderung der angewandten Forschung e.V., D'Appolonia, World Maritime University, Viktoria Swedish ICT , German Aerospace Center (DLR), Corporacion Maritima, Navicon, Marsec-XL, Technical University of Madrid, Carnival Corporation UK, Spanish Maritime Safety Agency, Novia University of Applied Sciences, Port of Livorno, Venice Maritime School, Rheinmetall AG, Jeppesen, Port authority of Valencia, Chalmers Tekniska Högskola



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