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Justification on engine information in maritime service portfolio for effective implementation of e-Navigation
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 Title & Authors
Justification on engine information in maritime service portfolio for effective implementation of e-Navigation
Lee, Young-Chan; Sim, Myeong-Bo; Hong, Woo-Ram; Lee, Jae-Yeong; Jung, Byung-Gun;
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 Abstract
This paper proposes to include engine information in Maritime Service Portfolio (MSP) for effective implementation of e-Navigation. Even though engine information is one of most important element to e-Navigation, MSP consists of mainly about navigation and communication information not included engine information. Furthermore, in reality, engine information sent from ship side such as mainly noon report and Planned Maintenance System (PMS) is too limited to make e-Navigation possibly. Therefore, Remote diagnostic structure receiving and sending data of engine information must be included in MSP for implementation of e-Navigation. Also, it has to be designed, and developed by Software Quality Assurance (SQA).
 Keywords
e-Navigation;Maritime service portfolio;Engine information;Software quality assurance;
 Language
English
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