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Safety & Security

CADMUSS – an innovative project to improve maritime safety

The evaluation of a (maritime) traffic situation requires sound training and professional experience. Decisions can be made based on this training and experience. (Partially) autonomous ships must be trained or require generalized algorithms to react appropriately in any situation. The goal is for vessels to be able to determine the technical manoeuvring distance and the required personal perceived safety distance.

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Machine Learning

LEAS – shore-side decision support for traffic situations with highly automated or autonomous vessels using AI.

This project aims to increase maritime safety and is designed in the area of safety research. Through the use of artificial intelligence, the Vessel Traffic Service Center (VTS), Fleet Operation Center (FOC), and Vessel Coordination Center (VCC) will be technologically prepared for the occurrence of highly automated vessels. Concepts are being developed to visualize this information in the Human Machine Interface (HMI).

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Safety & Security

SEAPEOPLE – Determining the Number of People at Sea

A method is being developed for sea areas and ports to determine the number of people at sea. For this purpose, information from the FleetMon ship databases and community is bundled. The number of persons in a maritime area is essential for the provision of sufficient maritime rescue resources.

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