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The TransNav 2013 Symposium held at the Gdynia Maritime University, Poland in June 2013 has brought together a wide range of participants from all over the world. The program has offered a variety of contributions, allowing to look at many aspects of the navigational safety from various different points of view. Topics presented and discussed at the Symposium were: navigation, safety at sea, sea transportation, education of navigators and simulator-based training, sea traffic engineering, ship's manoeuvrability, integrated systems, electronic charts systems, satellite, radio-navigation and anti-collision systems and many others. This book is part of a series of four volumes and provides an overview of advances in Marine Navigation and is addressed to scientists and professionals involved in research and development of navigation, safety of navigation and sea transportation.Advances in Marine Navigation. Introduction A. Weintrit Chapter 1. Navigational Tools and Equipment 1.1. Short Method for Compensation of Magnetic Compass Deviation E. Lushnikov 1.2. A Study on the Errors in the Free-Gyro Positioning and Directional System T.G. Jeong 1.3. Determining of the Distance of the Nearest Approach of Vessels with Using Information from AIS Method of Relative Ship' Plotting with a Virtual Second Observation Epoch V.M. Bukaty & S.Yu. Morozova Chapter 2. Electronic Chart Display and Information Systems (ECDIS) 2.1. Inciting the Development of Engaging Screencasts in Teaching ECDIS S. Bauk & R. Radlinger 2.2. Presentation of Magnetic Variation on ENC Charts According to the Rules and Good Sea Practice K. Pleskacz 2.3. Implementation of Ship Collision Avoidance Supporting System on Electronic Chart Display and Information System K.S. Ahn, M.S. Hwang, Y.W. Kim & B.J. Kim 2.4. Protection and Risks of ENC Data Regarding Safety of Navigation S. Kos, D. Brcic & D. Pusic 2.5. The Fusion of Coordinates of Ship Position and Chart Features A. Banachowicz & A. Wolski Chapter 3. e-Navigation Concept Development 3.1. Hydrographic Data as the Basis for Integrated e-Navigation Data Streams M. Bergmann 3.2. Towards a Universal Hydrographic Data Model H. Astle & P. Schwarzberg 3.3. Software Quality Assurance Issues Related to e-Navigation S. Lee & L. Alexander 3.4. Visual to Virtual and Analog to Digital - Transformations Leading to Introduction of e-Navigation D. Filipkowski 3.5. e-Navigation Starts with e-VoyagePlanning G.L. Olsen 3.6. Will Satellite-based AIS Supersede LRIT? Y. Chen Chapter 4. Maritime Simulators 4.1. New Concept for Maritime Safety and Security Emergency Management - Simulation Based Training Designed for the Safety & Security Trainer (SST7) C. Felsenstein, K. Benedict, G. Tuschling & M. Baldauf 4.2. Advanced Ship Handling Using Simulation Augmented Manoeuvring Design and Monitoring - a New Method for Increasing Safety & Efficiency K. Benedict, M. Kirchhoff, M. Gluch, S. Fischer, M. Schaub, M. Baldauf & S. Klaes 4.3. Simulator Programs (2-D and 3-D): Influence on Learning Process of BSMT and BSMAR-E Students at Maritime University, Philippines R.A. Alimen, R.L. Pador & N.B. Ortega 4.4. Maritime Simulation Assessment Using Behavioral Framework P. Vasilakis & N. Nikitakos 4.5. Training on Simulator for Emergency Situations in the Black Sea F.V. Panaitescu & M. Panaitescu 4.6. Simulation of BOTAS Ceyhan Marine Terminals O. Ugurlu, E. Yuksekyildiz & E. Kose 4.7. Recommendation for Simulator base Training Programs for Ships with Azimuthing Control Devices S. Short Chapter 5. Manoeuvrability 5.1. Proposal for Global Standard Maneuvering Orders for Tugboats A. Ishikura, K. Sugita, Y. Hayashi & K. Murai 5.2. Feasibility Analysis of Orthogonal Anchoring by Merchant Ships J. Artyszuk Chapter 6. Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS) 6.1. Single-frequency Horizontal GPS Positioning Error Response to a Moderate Ionospheric Storm Over Northern Adriatic R. Filjar, D. Brcic & S. Kos 6.2. Accuracy of the GPS Position Indicated by Different Maritime Receivers J. Januszewski 6.3. Cost-efficient, Subscription-based, and Secure Transmission of GNSS Data for Differential Augmentation via TV Satellite Links R. Mielniczuk, H. Gebhard & Z. Papir 6.4. Method of Improving EGNOS Service in Local Conditions A. Felski & A. Nowak 6.5. Study of the RF Front-end of the Multi-Constellation GNSS Receiver F. Vejrazka, J. Svaton, J. Pop & P. Kovar 6.6. A New User Integrity Monitoring for Multiple Ramp Failures H. Yun & C. Kee Chapter 7. Radar, ARPA and Anti-Collision 7.1. Were Improper Lights a Confusing and Fatal Factor in the BLUEBIRD/DEBONAIR Collision in Dublin Bay? E. Doyle 7.2. Lesson Learned During the Realization of the Automated Radar Control System for Polish Sea-waters (ZSRN) M. Fiorini & S. Maciejewski 7.3. Is ARPA Suitable for Automatic Assessment of AIS Targets? F. Heymann, P. Banys, T. Noack & E. Engler 7.4. Identification of Object Difficult to Detect by Synchronous Radar Observation Method M. Waz, S. Swierczynski & K. Naus 7.5. Selected Methods of Ultra-Wide Radar Signal Processing M. Dzunda & Z. Csefalvay 7.6. A Discussion on the Duty of an Anchored Vessel to Avoid Collision P. Zhang 7.7. Data Integration in the Integrated Navigation System (INS) in Function of the Digital Processing Algorithms Used in the Frequency Modulated Continuous Wave (FM-CW) Radar R. Wawruch Chapter 8. Watchkeeping and Safety at Sea 8.1. See More - Analysis of Possibilities of Implementation AR Solutions During Bridge Watchkeeping D. Filipkowski 8.2. Investigation of Officers' Navigation and Port Watches Exposed to Excessive Working Hours H. Yilmaz, E. Basar & E. Yuksekyildiz 8.3. Enhancing of Carriers' Liabilities in the Rotterdam Rules - Too Expensive Costs for Navigational Safety? P. Sooksripaisarnkit Chapter 9. Historical Aspects of Navigation 9.1. The Baltic Light Vessels in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries I. Pietkiewicz & A.F. Komorowski Chapter 10. Safety, Reliability and Risk Assessment 10.1. Maritime Risk Assessment: Modeling Collisions with Vessels Lying at an Anchorage H.-C. Burmeister, C. Jahn & S. Toter & J. Froese 10.2. On the Reliability of the Navigator - Navigation Complex System J. Froese 10.3. Fuzzy Risk of Ship Grounding in Restricted Waters P. Zalewski 10.4. Generic Competencies for Resilient Systems S. Mockel, M. Brenker & S. Strohschneider Author index


Szczegóły: Marine Navigation and Safety of Sea Transportation

Tytuł: Marine Navigation and Safety of Sea Transportation
Producent: CRC Press Inc.
ISBN: 9781138001060
Rok produkcji: 2013
Ilość stron: 312
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Marine Navigation and Safety of Sea Transportation

The TransNav 2013 Symposium held at the Gdynia Maritime University, Poland in June 2013 has brought together a wide range of participants from all over the world. The program has offered a variety of contributions, allowing to look at many aspects of the navigational safety from various different points of view. Topics presented and discussed at the Symposium were: navigation, safety at sea, sea transportation, education of navigators and simulator-based training, sea traffic engineering, ship's manoeuvrability, integrated systems, electronic charts systems, satellite, radio-navigation and anti-collision systems and many others. This book is part of a series of four volumes and provides an overview of advances in Marine Navigation and is addressed to scientists and professionals involved in research and development of navigation, safety of navigation and sea transportation.Advances in Marine Navigation. Introduction A. Weintrit Chapter 1. Navigational Tools and Equipment 1.1. Short Method for Compensation of Magnetic Compass Deviation E. Lushnikov 1.2. A Study on the Errors in the Free-Gyro Positioning and Directional System T.G. Jeong 1.3. Determining of the Distance of the Nearest Approach of Vessels with Using Information from AIS Method of Relative Ship' Plotting with a Virtual Second Observation Epoch V.M. Bukaty & S.Yu. Morozova Chapter 2. Electronic Chart Display and Information Systems (ECDIS) 2.1. Inciting the Development of Engaging Screencasts in Teaching ECDIS S. Bauk & R. Radlinger 2.2. Presentation of Magnetic Variation on ENC Charts According to the Rules and Good Sea Practice K. Pleskacz 2.3. Implementation of Ship Collision Avoidance Supporting System on Electronic Chart Display and Information System K.S. Ahn, M.S. Hwang, Y.W. Kim & B.J. Kim 2.4. Protection and Risks of ENC Data Regarding Safety of Navigation S. Kos, D. Brcic & D. Pusic 2.5. The Fusion of Coordinates of Ship Position and Chart Features A. Banachowicz & A. Wolski Chapter 3. e-Navigation Concept Development 3.1. Hydrographic Data as the Basis for Integrated e-Navigation Data Streams M. Bergmann 3.2. Towards a Universal Hydrographic Data Model H. Astle & P. Schwarzberg 3.3. Software Quality Assurance Issues Related to e-Navigation S. Lee & L. Alexander 3.4. Visual to Virtual and Analog to Digital - Transformations Leading to Introduction of e-Navigation D. Filipkowski 3.5. e-Navigation Starts with e-VoyagePlanning G.L. Olsen 3.6. Will Satellite-based AIS Supersede LRIT? Y. Chen Chapter 4. Maritime Simulators 4.1. New Concept for Maritime Safety and Security Emergency Management - Simulation Based Training Designed for the Safety & Security Trainer (SST7) C. Felsenstein, K. Benedict, G. Tuschling & M. Baldauf 4.2. Advanced Ship Handling Using Simulation Augmented Manoeuvring Design and Monitoring - a New Method for Increasing Safety & Efficiency K. Benedict, M. Kirchhoff, M. Gluch, S. Fischer, M. Schaub, M. Baldauf & S. Klaes 4.3. Simulator Programs (2-D and 3-D): Influence on Learning Process of BSMT and BSMAR-E Students at Maritime University, Philippines R.A. Alimen, R.L. Pador & N.B. Ortega 4.4. Maritime Simulation Assessment Using Behavioral Framework P. Vasilakis & N. Nikitakos 4.5. Training on Simulator for Emergency Situations in the Black Sea F.V. Panaitescu & M. Panaitescu 4.6. Simulation of BOTAS Ceyhan Marine Terminals O. Ugurlu, E. Yuksekyildiz & E. Kose 4.7. Recommendation for Simulator base Training Programs for Ships with Azimuthing Control Devices S. Short Chapter 5. Manoeuvrability 5.1. Proposal for Global Standard Maneuvering Orders for Tugboats A. Ishikura, K. Sugita, Y. Hayashi & K. Murai 5.2. Feasibility Analysis of Orthogonal Anchoring by Merchant Ships J. Artyszuk Chapter 6. Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS) 6.1. Single-frequency Horizontal GPS Positioning Error Response to a Moderate Ionospheric Storm Over Northern Adriatic R. Filjar, D. Brcic & S. Kos 6.2. Accuracy of the GPS Position Indicated by Different Maritime Receivers J. Januszewski 6.3. Cost-efficient, Subscription-based, and Secure Transmission of GNSS Data for Differential Augmentation via TV Satellite Links R. Mielniczuk, H. Gebhard & Z. Papir 6.4. Method of Improving EGNOS Service in Local Conditions A. Felski & A. Nowak 6.5. Study of the RF Front-end of the Multi-Constellation GNSS Receiver F. Vejrazka, J. Svaton, J. Pop & P. Kovar 6.6. A New User Integrity Monitoring for Multiple Ramp Failures H. Yun & C. Kee Chapter 7. Radar, ARPA and Anti-Collision 7.1. Were Improper Lights a Confusing and Fatal Factor in the BLUEBIRD/DEBONAIR Collision in Dublin Bay? E. Doyle 7.2. Lesson Learned During the Realization of the Automated Radar Control System for Polish Sea-waters (ZSRN) M. Fiorini & S. Maciejewski 7.3. Is ARPA Suitable for Automatic Assessment of AIS Targets? F. Heymann, P. Banys, T. Noack & E. Engler 7.4. Identification of Object Difficult to Detect by Synchronous Radar Observation Method M. Waz, S. Swierczynski & K. Naus 7.5. Selected Methods of Ultra-Wide Radar Signal Processing M. Dzunda & Z. Csefalvay 7.6. A Discussion on the Duty of an Anchored Vessel to Avoid Collision P. Zhang 7.7. Data Integration in the Integrated Navigation System (INS) in Function of the Digital Processing Algorithms Used in the Frequency Modulated Continuous Wave (FM-CW) Radar R. Wawruch Chapter 8. Watchkeeping and Safety at Sea 8.1. See More - Analysis of Possibilities of Implementation AR Solutions During Bridge Watchkeeping D. Filipkowski 8.2. Investigation of Officers' Navigation and Port Watches Exposed to Excessive Working Hours H. Yilmaz, E. Basar & E. Yuksekyildiz 8.3. Enhancing of Carriers' Liabilities in the Rotterdam Rules - Too Expensive Costs for Navigational Safety? P. Sooksripaisarnkit Chapter 9. Historical Aspects of Navigation 9.1. The Baltic Light Vessels in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries I. Pietkiewicz & A.F. Komorowski Chapter 10. Safety, Reliability and Risk Assessment 10.1. Maritime Risk Assessment: Modeling Collisions with Vessels Lying at an Anchorage H.-C. Burmeister, C. Jahn & S. Toter & J. Froese 10.2. On the Reliability of the Navigator - Navigation Complex System J. Froese 10.3. Fuzzy Risk of Ship Grounding in Restricted Waters P. Zalewski 10.4. Generic Competencies for Resilient Systems S. Mockel, M. Brenker & S. Strohschneider Author index

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Szczegóły: Marine Navigation and Safety of Sea Transportation

Tytuł: Marine Navigation and Safety of Sea Transportation
Producent: CRC Press Inc.
ISBN: 9781138001060
Rok produkcji: 2013
Ilość stron: 312
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