Publisher : Korean Institute of Navigation and Port Research
DOI : 10.5394/KINPR.2003.27.6.605
Title & Authors
A Study on the Analysis System of Voyage Data Recorder Gug, Seung-Gi; Jong, Jae-Yong;
According to SOLAS Convention, a voyage data recorder(VDR) is to be fitted onboard ships to assist in the marine casualty investigation However, a review of Korean Maritime Safety tribunal(KMST), shows that the current VDR systems is inconvenient in practical because the storage format of VDR and the casualty reproduction method are different from one manufacturer to another making it economically and timely difficult for the maritime casualty investigation bodies to carry out investigation in a proper manner. To solve this problem, this paper proposed a newly designed VDR Analysis System(VDRAS), which decodes the voyage data of VDR producea by different manufacturers, reproduces the condition at the time of casualty in an accurate, and performs necessary checks.
Voyage Data Recorder;analysis system;marine casualty;marine safety management;
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