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Design of Human-Map System Interaction
(Chapter; Conference object, 2008)
In this work-in-progress we present some ideas and findings involving map design and human performance. Satellites has once and for all automated geographic positioning and resulted in a plethora of map applications, ...
Human Factor Aspects in Sea Traffic Management
This paper presents a summary of human factor methods and results from the tests of the Ship Traffic Management (STM) system developed in the EU projects EfficienSea, MONALISA and ACCSEAS during the years 2009 to 2014. STM ...
Supporting Situation Awareness on the bridge: testing route exchange in a practical e-Navigation study
(Chapter; Peer reviewed, 2015)
In a simulator study parts of the ACCSEAS project’s e-Navigation route exchange concept termed “intended routes” has been tested in a full mission bridge simulator using experienced bridge officers in port approach ...
3-D Nautical Charts as Decision Support for Land Based Piloting
(Chapter; Peer reviewed, 2008)
In the event that remote pilotage is introduced in a wider extent, this paper suggests using nautical charts displayed in a 3-D egocentric perspective to improve situation awareness for both for the land based pilot and ...
3D Computer Graphics and Nautical Charts
(Chapter; Conference object; Peer reviewed, 2011)
This paper gives an overview of an ongoing project using real-time 3D visualization to display nautical charts in a way used by 3D computer games. By displaying the map in an egocentric perspective the need to make cognitively ...
Is COLREG enough? Interaction between manned and unmanned ships
In recent years, there has been a growing interest for autonomous unmanned shipping. Both from research and industry. Between 2013-2015 the EU-project MUNIN investigated the feasibility of trans-ocean unmanned shipping. ...
Ship navigation - Information integration in the maritime domain