E-bulletin Archive: 2020

Council 72

Due to the meeting restrictions imposed by the COVID-19 Pandemic, the 72nd session of the IALA Council was held from 8 to 10 December 2020 by videoconference. Here is a […]

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Save the date for upcoming webinars!

The World-Wide Academy (WWA) is organizing a series of technical webinars, open to all safety of navigation stakeholders, to address some of the challenges Marine Aids to Navigation (AtoN) service […]

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Message from the Secretary-General

In many ways, the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has reaffirmed IALA’s resilience and strengthened the close collaboration that is the Association’s hallmark. As this most challenging year draws to a close, […]

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WATON Day 2020

Not even the pandemic of COVID-19 could stop the celebration of the World Marine Aids to Navigation (WAtoN) Day 2020, which was celebrated virtually through social media. The engagement by […]

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Farewell to Mrs Marie-Hélène Grillet

After a record-beating 38 years Mrs Marie-Hélène Grillet has retired from the IALA Secretariat. Some would say that Marie-Hélène was born in IALA since her mother, Mrs Christiane Ville, was […]

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IALA Webinars

The COVID-19 pandemic triggered new ways of working and different ways of communication seem needed. As the headquarters is closed and it is known that meetings will not be physically […]

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Mission de l’Académie mondiale à Haïti

Au cours d’une mission d’évaluation des besoins techniques, le Service maritime et de navigation d’Haïti (SEMANAH) a signé son adhésion à l’AISM en tant que membre national. Il s’agit d’une […]

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WWA Mission in Haiti

During a technical needs assessment mission Service Maritime et de Navigation d’Haiti (SEMANAH) signed IALA National Membership. This is an important step to further improve the system for delivering marine […]

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The 11th Session of the ARM Committee was held at Centro Argentino de Ingenieros (CAI), Buenos Aires, Argentina from 9 to 13 March 2020. The committee chair was Phil Day […]

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