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    Vessel Monitoring System (VMS)

    Major Functions:

    • Displaying location signals received from ships via an AIS and satellite on an electronic navigation chart;
    • Storing tracking information from a ship in the database and inquiring about past routes for tracking activities;
    • (Satellite VMS) Sending alerts manually or automatically in response to missing regular location reports or signal loss from ships in specifically designated regions and asking for ships’ location details;
    • (Link to relevant agencies) Operating a VMS network between related agencies like the Coast Guard, Navy, and Shipping Association (Navigation Management Office) and providing vessel positional information;
    • Providing a ship’s location information for owners online (VMS information) for free.

    Future Considerations:

    • Dealing with VTS, maritime traffic, security and counterterrorism, port operation, coastal safety, and resource management through real-time vessel operating information;
    • Increasing efficiency;
    • Improving distress systems for vessels and supporting search and rescue activities by tracking;
    • Increasing the efficiency of immersive safety management for incident-vulnerable vessels like coastal passenger ships and oil tankers;
    • Implementing strategies for investigating marine incidents and formulating safety policies by utilizing gathered maritime information.

    Maritime Security/Counterterrorism

    Major Functions:

    • Receiving signals from the Ship Security Alert System (SSAS) in the event of piracy or terrorism across the world and delivering updates automatically;
    • Transmitting emergency alert messages (including civil defense alerts) to vessels through the VMS;
    • Monitoring foreign vessels operating off the coast of Korea.

    Future Considerations:

    • Minimizing damage by securing the safe navigation of national ships in crime zones afflicted by piracy and terror, such as around Somalia, and responding promptly;
    • Preventing damage by transmitting alerts to national ships near piracy prone regions.

    Updates and Public Use of Information

    • Comprehensive marine safety information service available online;
    • Acquiring and disseminating materials for the management of accidents;
    • Rapid notification of situations in the event of an accident by maintaining information links between major organizations;
    • Enhancing public services and promoting the safety and comfort of crews by offering ship positional information online.
    
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