List of ongoing Safe Ship projects
Partners: SSRS, Memorial University of Newfoundland, Wirtual Marine Technologies, STResearch
Description: Methods for high speed navigation
Objective: High speed navigation techniques and training methods
Project: Safe ship handling in confined waters
Description: Study the risks with maneuvering large ships in confined waters.
Objective: Definition and risk analyses of safe maneuvers in confined waters.
Project: Participate in the MonaLisa project (EU TEN-T)
Partners: Swedish-, Finish, Danish maritime authorities, SSPA, Saab AB, Gatehouse
Description: E-navigation services: concept for dynamic routes and exchange of route information between Ship-to-Shore
Objective: Tested and evaluated route exchange concept Operating procedures for system navigation
Project: Participates in the ACCSEAS project (EU INTEREG)
Partners: Swedish-, Danish maritime authorities, SSPA, Trinity House, TBD
Description: E-navigation services in the context of the North sea region
Objective: Tested and evaluated E-Navigation services Establish an E-Navigation Model Course
Project: Participates in the TrainMOS project (EU TEN-T)
Partners: Several European Maritime Universities
Description: Cross European e-learning concept
Objective: Establish an Safety training course
Project: Participating in SMACS (EU INTEREG)
Description: SAR procedures and training
Objective: New training concept
Project: BaSSy (Baltic Sea safety)
Description: Multi level investigation and demonstration of shipping risks in Baltic Sea.
Project: Function based staffing
Description: To investigate how staffing could be organised according to function.
Description: Navigational methods
Description: Investigating difficulties and risks of new bridge technology, and constructing correspondence groups of onboard seafarers regarding these issues.
Project: Lighthouse/Engine room ergonomics and safety
Description: ECR/ER working environment
Project: Decision platform
Description: Decision making in navigation
Project: 3-D nautical charts
Description: In what circumstances can 3D-charts be useful and increase safety?
Project: Ship sense
Description: How does ship sense arise in small vessels, is it possible to transfer the knowledge to larger ships.
Project: Eye tracking
Description: Investigate marine safety using study of eye movements
Project: Cost-benefit of HF in shipping
Description: How can financial gain be demonstrated when HF is used in design of ships, work place, work tasks
Project: HFNA Course
Description: Summer course in HF for naval architects, June 2009
Project: Fatigue at sea
Description: To measure differences 6-6/4-8 watches
Description: Decision making, navigation in fairway
Project: Social IT onboard
Description: Usefulness of IT onboard from a social perspective
Description: Safe, clean, efficient Baltic Sea Region
Description: IT for Error Remediation And Trapping Emergencies, modelling of human behaviour
Description: Using bridge, engine and cargo simulators to measure fatigue at sea