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Integrated Maintenance Decision Making Platform for Offshore Wind Farm with Optimal Vessel Fleet Size Support System

Janusz Szpytko, Yorlandys Salgado
2019 TransNav: International Journal on Marine Navigation and Safety of Sea Transportation  
The paper presents a model to coordinate the predictive-preventive maintenance process of Offshore Wind Farm (OWF) with optimal Vessel Fleet (VF) size support system.  ...  On the second level the model determining the optimal fleet size of vessels to support maintenance activities at OWF.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENT The work has been financially supported by the Polish Ministry of Science and Higher Education.  ... 
doi:10.12716/1001.13.04.15 fatcat:fgwnv2e2xna2bli4kmrzhwhk3i

Nautical chart data uncertainty visualization as the means for integrating bathymetric, meteorological, and oceanographic information in support of coastal navigation [article]

Christos Kastrisios, Colin Ware, Brian Calder, Thomas Butkiewicz, ALEXANDER LEE, Olivia Hauser
2020 Figshare  
of marine navigation related information in support of decision making and safe navigation of ships.  ...  The aim of this research work is the development of new visualization and integration methods of data quality on charts to support decision making on board.  ...  We subsequently utilize the results of the visualization work for the integration of marine navigation related information in support of decision making and safe navigation of ships.  ... 
doi:10.6084/m9.figshare.12196764.v1 fatcat:2dbgj6aih5fzrhpwkp2j66dvmq

Recommender System for Navigation Safety: Requirements and Methodology

Nikolay Shilov
2020 TransNav: International Journal on Marine Navigation and Safety of Sea Transportation  
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS The reported study was funded by RFBR according to the research project № 18-07-01203 (state of the art analysis, specification of requirements to decision support systems for navigation  ...  safety, and the methodology of operation of the above systems) and by the State Research no. 0073-2019-0005 (the recommender system aspects and principles of building recommender systems for navigation  ...  SPECIFICATION OF REQUIREMENTS TO DECISION SUPPORT SYSTEMS FOR NAVIGATION SAFETY Based on the carried out analysis of the problem domain, the following requirements to decision support systems for navigation  ... 
doi:10.12716/1001.14.02.18 fatcat:pmfu5cobdvfc5miukbvg6jrtxa

Research on Wearable, Immersive Augmented Reality (WIAR) Adoption in Maritime Navigation

Martha Grabowski
2015 Journal of navigation  
Decision support  ...  This paper begins with an overview of information needs for shipboard navigation and piloting, and then describes the evolution of shipboard decision support systems for navigation, including the emergence  ...  Support for this research was provided by the McDevitt Foundation at Le Moyne College.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0373463314000873 fatcat:w4ghjh3qv5a5jk44nz6ngwsarq

e-Navigation and the Human Element [chapter]

D Patraiko, P Wake, A Weintrit
2009 Marine Navigation and Safety of Sea Transportation  
This paper will explore some of the Human Element issues within e-Navigation and stress that for enhancement of safety, security and environmental protection, the decision maker must be supported not only  ...  to berth navigation and related services, for safety and security at sea and protection of the marine environment".  ...  Consideration should be given to the use of decision support systems that offer suggested responses to certain alerts, and the integration of navigation alerts on board ships within a whole ship alert  ... 
doi:10.1201/9780203869345.ch5 fatcat:jdo24c75ezevnlepg2q3onvx4e

e-Nav, Is It Enough?

Adam Weintrit
2016 TransNav: International Journal on Marine Navigation and Safety of Sea Transportation  
Implementing technology is like a three-legged stool: if any one leg is inadequate, the whole system fails.  ...  The author tries to answer the question of whether these assumptions, decisions and actions taken were appropriate and sufficient.  ...  needs through harmonisation of marine navigation systems and supporting shore services.  ... 
doi:10.12716/1001.10.04.04 fatcat:o6kfvhndbjaxhltoz7dsiduwvi

The Concept of "Apps" as a Tool to Improve Innovation in e-Navigation

Michael Bergmann
2015 TransNav: International Journal on Marine Navigation and Safety of Sea Transportation  
supporting navigation on board of ships are built on the classic concept for equipment: The system is developed, tested, type approved, installed and from that time on used with no or little modifications  ...  The e-Navigation development asks for exactly that: a way to improve innovation while ensuring system stability for the navigational components used by the navigator on the bridge.  ...  But as this is not only a phenomenon of marine transport, the electronic industry already developed concepts to support rapid decision making.  ... 
doi:10.12716/1001.09.03.17 fatcat:dqo32rcpefdnrmhqjmh2iwx4re

The Need to Update the Navigation Curriculum as a Consequence of Adoption the e-Navigation Model

Miroslaw Jurdzinski
2020 TransNav: International Journal on Marine Navigation and Safety of Sea Transportation  
Navigation system that benefit from the integration of own ship sensors, supporting and a comprehensive system for managing guard zones and alerts. − Ashore.  ...  Navigator divides his decision -making tasks between traditional navigation and integrated navigation.  ... 
doi:10.12716/1001.14.03.03 fatcat:crvjt7pbwzagtbdmswrcqhxhf4

Marine Autonomous Surface Ship - A Great Challenge to Maritime Education and Training

Wang Deling, Wu Dongkui, Huang Changhai, Wu Changyue
2020 American Journal of Water Science and Engineering  
The navigation of traditional ships is based on seafarers, who makes all the decisions and operations.  ...  The application of new technologies on MASS, i.e. integrated bridge systems, environmental information perception, collision avoidance path planning, cyber-physical systems, track control, internet of  ...  and decision support of navigation tasks.  ... 
doi:10.11648/j.ajwse.20200601.12 fatcat:d7aspt7ldzcvbetb33x74d7tj4

Implementation of e-Navigation Strategies for RIS Centres Supporting Inland Navigation

Andrzej Lisaj
2019 TransNav: International Journal on Marine Navigation and Safety of Sea Transportation  
[12] The proposed e-Navigation architecture, which meets the functional requirements of the RIS system, features the Marine Service Portfolio module integrating both sea and inland waterway services  ...  [11] , [12] 2 NAVIGATION DATA PROCESSING IN THE RIS SYSTEM USING THE E-NAVIGATION STRATEGY [9] 2.1 River Information Service (RIS) system [2] The River Information Service (RIS) system supports  ... 
doi:10.12716/1001.13.01.14 fatcat:caxvbyfyrzdxblrwlpvdvpdoka

Changing the Model of Maritime Navigation

Miroslaw Jurdzinski
2018 TransNav: International Journal on Marine Navigation and Safety of Sea Transportation  
A classic navigation model used since the mid-twentieth century as well as the development directions of current integrated navigation model have been described here.  ...  The development of shore systems began supporting the captain's decisions in navigating the vessel in areas covered by Vessel Traffic Management (VTS).  ...  Definition of 'integration' The Integrated Navigation System is a navigational control system that allows the navigator to navigate the ship as well as the whole shipʹs propulsion system.  ... 
doi:10.12716/1001.12.01.03 fatcat:ma23cucrrzemzntz3c3nnvrid4

Design and Preliminary Test on the Integration of Weather Data in ECDIS for Marine Navigation

Shwu-Jing Chang
2001 Journal of Marine Science and Technology  
It is believed that this will further enhance the effectiveness of ECDIS as a tool of decision support to mariners for safe and efficient navigation.  ...  This paper first identifies essential items of marine weather information to be integrated into ECDIS.  ...  This research article is available in Journal of Marine Science and Technology: https://jmstt.ntou.edu.tw/journal/vol9/ iss1/3  ... 
doi:10.51400/2709-6998.2431 fatcat:5meex53pqff4jpbb67nmjz4jgu

E-Navigation in the Straits of Malacca and Singapore

Wan Siti Adibah Wan Dahalan, Zinatul A. Zainol, Jady@Zaidi Hassim, Chia Huey Ting
2013 Journal of clean energy technologies  
In June 2005, e-navigation system, known as Marine Electronic Highway (MEH) has been started to be implemented in the Straits of Malacca and Singapore.  ...  The finding reveals that combining MEH and traditional navigation aids is the best approach to reduce accidents and marine pollution in the Straits.  ...  E-NAVIGATION According to the International Association of Marine Aids to Navigation and Lighthouse Authorities (IALA), e-navigation is the "harmonisation of marine navigation systems and supporting shore  ... 
doi:10.7763/ijcte.2013.v5.715 fatcat:sudvyviswndfpjygj3apkttaku

Applying Collision Avoidance Expert System to Navigation Training Systems as an Intelligent Tutor [chapter]

Chunsheng Yang, Sieu Phan, Pikuei Kuo, Fuhua Oscar Lin
2001 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Therefore we propose to incorporate a collision avoidance expert system into real-time ship handling simulator to provide intelligent decision-making support for navigation training.  ...  In this paper, the developed collision avoidance expert system will be outlined, then the proposed intelligent decision-making support for navigation training will be presented in details.  ...  Tran et al [1] proposed to use a collision avoidance system to improve the efficiency and safety of marine transport, namely Marine Avoidance Navigation, Totally Integrated System (MANTIS).  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-45517-5_104 fatcat:5rwz5rr2ovawpmfvylojxrq56q

Impact of E-Navigation on ECDIS Development as a Decision Support System

Miroslav Bistrović, Domagoj Komorčec
2015 Naše More (Dubrovnik)  
Since the application of ECDIS onboard has become obligatory and ship's primary navigational device, the adaptation to e -navigation requirements would mean also becoming a central decision support system  ...  By integrating all available information, organizing them into a database, and presenting them in a specific fashion, a suitable platform for decision-making in everyday ship navigation is created.  ...  Such integration of information opens up new possibilities for the use of ECDIS system for example volumetric navigation system is one of the possible ways of using ECDIS as decision support system.  ... 
doi:10.17818/nm.1.6.2015 fatcat:yfpexdqo2bfhpckbcbammwgywe
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