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A Proposal on the Navigation Supporting System for improving the Marine Traffic Safety
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 Title & Authors
A Proposal on the Navigation Supporting System for improving the Marine Traffic Safety
Lee, Hyong-Ki; Jung, Chang-Hyun; Kong, Gil-Young; Park, Young-Soo;
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 Abstract
In near future, more congested and dangerous marine traffic environment due to the rapid marine traffics increase and ship handling difficulty by enlargement of ship size is predicted. In this paper, an navigation supporting system proposal made to enhance the safe navigation by providing the collision avoidance informations to the navigator via marine traffic environment assessment. Proposed navigation supporting system displays results of marine traffic environment assessment, degree of the dangers and gives reason of danger which is enhance situational awareness of navigator. For this purpose, results of marine traffic environment assessment which is obtained via real time assessment sent to the designated server and through the connection with navigation supporting system navigator being enable to see all those informations on the computer screen Navigator would utilize those information to make a decision in the difficult waterways and thus safe navigation could be enhanced.
 Keywords
Marine traffic environment;Collision avoidance informations;Navigation supporting system;Internet;Safe navigation;
 Language
English
 Cited by
1.
A Proposal on the Navigation Supporting System for improving the Marine Traffic Safety, Journal of Navigation and Port Research, 2009, 33, 7, 463  crossref(new windwow)
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Inoue, K., Kubota, M., Miyajaki, S., and Hara, D. (1998), "Modeling of Mariners' Perception of Safety", The Journal of Navigation, The Japan Institute of Navigation, No. 98, pp. 235-245