The TRITON Final Workshop took place today, February24th, at the Joint Research Centre of the European Commission, in Ispra (Italy). TRusted vessel Information from Trusted On-board iNstrumentation (TRITON) is an R&D project funded by the European Union trough the Seventh Framework Programme that focuses on increasing the trustworthiness of on-board instrumentation used to report vessel information to the control organisms (here a brochure of the project).
The project is coordinated by Marco Pini, head of NavSAS and involves also the Multi-Layer Wireless Solutions Research Areas, whereas the partnership is composed by Kongsberg Norcontrol IT AS (Norway), Acorde Technologies SA (Spain), 7I Group AB (Sweden), Alpha Consultants SRL (Italy), Granturco and Partners SPRL (Belgium).
The TRITON partners presented the work carried on during the project, the main findings and the main obtained results. In particular, the TRITON Consortium made a live demonstration of the ROSE prototype developed during the project.