ACCSEAS Legacy Report (including the Sustainability Workplan)

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Chapter 1 provides background to this document, describing the tasks of Work Package 8, the purpose of this document and clarifies the identified different levels of legacy of the ACCSEAS project: Organizational Legacy, Substantial Legacy and the Material Legacy.

Organizational Legacy

Because of the complexity of the e-Navigation concept and aware of the large variety of stakeholders involved, with their different interests and responsibilities, Section 2 and following explains the compelling need for a future NSR transnational coordination for the further development and implementation of e-Navigation and, as a legacy of ACCSEAS the proposed organizational aspects (including the justifications) on how to realize a regional collaboration with a description of the intended fora. The Terms of Reference of these fora are reflected in Annex B to this document.

Substantial Legacy

In Section 3 and following the Substantial legacy of ACCSEAS is given in its full extend covering the Work Packages 2 until 7, including the achievements on Publication and Communication (WP3), the results of research (WP3) in setting the Baseline and Priorities for the NSR, followed by the aspects on Architecture and Simulation and Training (WP4), a reflection of the performed tests and their results on Resilient PNT (WP5). After this the focus is on the work and tested the candidate solutions and summarizing their results (WP6). With every subject Future Work items have been indicated, which finally is categorized and numbered in Annex C to this report.  

Material Legacy

Section 4 describes the material legacy of ACCSEAS with specific subsections on the Geographic Information System for the NSR (GIS-NSR), Ship Positioning equipment and e-Navigation Services software.

Work plan 2020+

Finally Section 5 gives a number of considerations in respect on to organize the future work items after the project ends including a proposal on how to disseminate relevant work, results and legacy to international, regional organisations, administrations, competent authorities and other stakeholders.

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