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THE MARITIME SYMPOSIUM 2017: AUTONOMOUS SAILING

 

Topics

Organizational Structure & Manning, Propulsion & Maintenance, Safety, liability & legislation, Detection, Interconnectivity, Calamities.   

 

Researches performed by Maritime Officer Students of the Rotterdam Mainport University of  Applied Sciences  – Rotterdam, in cooperation with companies and authorities from the industry.


An international survey was held among 800 seafarers and maritime professionals regarding the future of seafarers, i.e. autonomous ships. Click here to download the results of the survey.


1 - ORGANISATIONAL STRUCTURE AND MANNING

How can the organizational structure be restructured regarding autonomous sailing for three different seagoing tracks? - Click here to download


2 - PROPULSION & MAINTENANCE

How can the technical department of an autonomous vessel be operated safely and efficiently? - Click here to download


3 - SAFETY, LIABILITY AND LEGISLATION

How can the safety, liability and legislation be set up for autonomous sailing? - Click here to download


4 - DETECTION

How can detection systems provide safe, sustainable and efficient autonomous navigation? - Click here to download


5 - INTERCONNECTIVITY

How can a reliable and failsafe interconnection be established between ships and ship-shore applicable for autonomous sailing? - Click here to download


6 - CALAMITIES

How can calamities on board autonomous vessels be prevented and responded to? - Click here to download


7 - AUTOMATIC BERTHING

How can berthing and pilotage operations be made safe and efficient by introducing automated unmanned systems? -  Click here to download



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