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A Study on the Implementation of Intelligent Navigational Risk Assessment System for High-risk Vessel using IoT Sensor Gateway
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 Title & Authors
A Study on the Implementation of Intelligent Navigational Risk Assessment System for High-risk Vessel using IoT Sensor Gateway
Kim, Do-Yeon; Kim, Kil-Yong; Park, Gyei-Kark; Jeong, Jung-Sik;
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 Abstract
In the midst of continuing international recession, the rate of maritime traffic and marine leisure markets are consistently growing. The Republic of Korea controls the marine traffic volume through vessel traffic centers and various other management facilities. Nevertheless, the continuous growth and complexity of marine traffic is resulting in repeated occurrences of marine accidents. Recovery is very difficult in cases of human injuries or deaths caused by marine accidents due to its nature, and the scale of marine accidents is also becoming greater with advanced ship building technologies. Passenger ships, oil tankers, and other such vessels used for specific purposes requires a more detailed navigational status surveillance and analysis, and numerous research has been conducted with an objective for monitoring such special purpose vessels. However, the data elements transmitted from the ocean to the shore station are limited to AIS and ARPA. We are implementing IoT ship sensor collection and a syncing system capable of transmitting various ship sensing data to the shore station, and also proposing a Safe Navigation Status Analysis System utilizing the collected data.
 Keywords
Maritime IoT Gateway;Sensor Connection;Safe Navigation;Navigational Analysis;Interrelation;
 Language
Korean
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