Royal Thai Navy (by the Hydrographic Department) together with the Marine Department, Port Authority of Thailand and the Industrial Estate Authority of Thailand Signed a cooperation agreement in hydrographics and navigation aids

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Royal Thai Navy (by the Hydrographic Department) together with the Marine Department, Port Authority of Thailand and the Industrial Estate Authority of Thailand Signed a cooperation agreement in hydrographics and navigation aids

Royal Thai Navy (by the Hydrographic Department) together with the Marine Department, Port Authority of Thailand and the Industrial Estate Authority of Thailand Signed a cooperation agreement in hydrographics and navigation aids To raise the level of hydrographic work and navigation aids Integrate work and create the same standards

On February 7, 2024, Vice Admiral Khomsan Klinsukon, Director of the Hydrographic Department, Royal Thai Navy, represented the Royal Thai Navy. At the signing ceremony of the MOU Memorandum of Cooperation in Hydrographics and Navigation Aids The co-signers include Mr. Phuripat Teerakulphisut. Deputy Director-General of the Marine Department for Marine Department Safety, Mr. Kanapot Khunthong, Deputy Governor of Operations Division 3, Industrial Estate Authority of Thailand and Mr. Kriengkrai Chaisiriwongsuk Director of the Port Authority of Thailand signed the agreement at the Maritime Safety and Traffic Control Operations Center. Office of Water Safety and Environment, Building 39, Marine Department, with Marine Department executives and agencies that participated as witnesses this time

In this regard, the signing of the memorandum of cooperation in hydrographics and navigation aids between the Navy, Marine Department, Port Authority of Thailand and the Industrial Estate Authority of Thailand It is a collaboration between agencies that are responsible for care. Place navigational markers To raise the level of hydrographic work and navigation aids which is the ultimate goal That allows navigation to use Thai waters by foreign ships and ships that transport goods within Thai waters and important rivers of the country. It is safe. There is a navigational aid that can know the status and accuracy of the location to use as a reference point to help with navigation. Including hydrographic information that is accurate and up-to-date, has channels to access information and receive News can be obtained through many channels. Creation of unified standards for navigational markings As a coastal state (Coastal State) of Thailand, starting from the standards of operators. Installation standards Arrange in accordance with international standards. hydrographic survey Preparation of nautical maps and electronic nautical maps, collection, printing, dissemination and updating of necessary hydrographic data for safe navigation. In addition to creating safety in navigation and building confidence for seafarers, It is also preparation for passing on to the next generation. To support inspection of member countries of the compulsory International Maritime Organization (IMO Member State Audit Scheme: IMSAS), which Thailand is a party to the International Convention on the Safety of Life at Sea, 1974, leading to a reduction in the risk of accidents. Safe water transportation continues

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