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A Study on System Development for Ship`s Integrated Safety and Security
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A Study on System Development for Ship`s Integrated Safety and Security
Yoon, Daeg-Wun; Kim, Cheol-Seung;
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As the faithful performance of ISPS of IMO, nowadays actually applicable an integrated safety and security system in and out of vessel should be organized in views of seafarers. Therefore, this paper is aimed to design a fundamental system for ship`s integrated safety and security. The system of integrated grabbing will affect efficiently in any maritime field of material and human flow. Therefore this research will be expected to affect economical side by securing all the risk of maritime issues. In addition to the passenger ship and merchant vessel, it is applicable to other public and private vessels either. As a result of this paper, the system designed collecting various data through integrating the system including RFID reader, PIR sensor, and CMOS camera by putting an individual number into each unit that could be control at easy.
safety;security;ship;integrated system;design;
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