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The Inter-Regional Coordination Committee (Programme 3 of the IHO Work Programme) supervises the IHO Capactiy Building Strategy, promotes the wider use and collection of marine data and is responsible for the policy matters related to the Worldwide Electronic Navigational Chart Database (WEND), unless otherwise instructed by the Council. The IRCC coordinates and promotes cooperation with other international and regional organizations in areas of mutual interest, including but not limited to the operation of the World-Wide Navigational Warning Service, the development and maintenance of standards of competence for hydrographic surveyors and nautical cartographers, mapping the seafloor and governing undersea feature names.
HYDROGRAPHIC SURVEYS WORKING GROUP (HSWG)
IENWG & EC - IHO Cooperation Conference Documents
The Atlantic our Shared Resource: Making the Vision Reality 16-17 April 2015, Brussels, Belgium
The purpose of IHO C-55 Publication (available here) "Status of Hydrographic Surveying and Charting Worldwide" is to provide base data for governments and supporting international organizations as they consider the best means by which to implement responsibilities set out in Chapter V, Regulation 9, of the Safety of Life at Sea (SOLAS) Convention. It also informs IHO input to the United Nations Global Maritime Assessment.
HCA Hydrography Priorities Working Group (HPWG)
Index to the files of ‘Uso de Simbolos y Abreviaturas’ in the style of INT 3 produced in Spanish language by the Hydrographic Office of Mexico (Dirección General Adjunta de Oceanografía, Hidrografia y Meteorología), 2012
IHO Meetings and Events Calendar
The IHO Calendar contains information about meeting and events that are of interest to Member States, Industry Stakeholders, and Non-Governmental Organizations. The calendar events have been grouped and colour coded as follows;
ENC Data Protection
Introduction The IHO Data Protection Scheme defines security constructs and operating procedures that must be followed by Data Servers (providers of data) Data Clients (systems that use the data). The purpose of data protection scheme is to provide: 1. Piracy Protection: i.e. to prevent unauthorised use of data by encrypting the ENC information. 2. Selective Access: i.e. to restrict access to ENC information to only those cells that a customer has been licenced for. 3. Authentication: i.e to provide assurance that the ENC data has come from approved sources
ENC STANDARDS MAINTENANCE WORKING GROUP