Implementing e-Navigation

Author(s) John Erik Hagen
Publisher Artech House Publishers
Date 2017
Pages 220
Format pdf
Size 2 Mb







This is one of the latest publications addressing the newly introduced means of electronic ship navigation. Prepared by the recognized experts in marine navigation, the publication will provide the students with the comprehensive, thorough and informative introduction to the global electronic navigation.

The content of this book will present the vision, technical development and main objectives of the technology in order to reach improvement in the safety of international commercial maritime shipping. All of the shipboard equipment in use today have been discussed together with the associated established practices including the ship reporting utilization of the shore-based servicing, VTS, standing for the vessel traffic systems, communications and many other areas.

The idea of the author was to identify the existing information gap and also to show the proper identification of the user’s demands via the gap analysis. He has also explored the architectures of the modern electronic navigation systems together with the popular and effective technical solutions and applicable standard. The users of the subject systems will find the volume useful since it provides the practical insight into the numerous new concepts.

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