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Publikācija: Development and Analysis of Evaluation Algorithm for Different Cartographic Systems (ECS

Publication Type Full-text conference paper published in other conference proceedings
Funding for basic activity Intellectual property
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Publication language English (en)
Title in original language Development and Analysis of Evaluation Algorithm for Different Cartographic Systems (ECS, ECDIS, E-Navigation) in accordance with STCW Requirements
Field of research 2. Engineering and technology
Sub-field of research 2.1. Construction and transportation engineering
Authors Dmitrijs Goreļikovs
Keywords concept of Electronic navigation (e-navigation), Electronic Chart Systems (ECS) and Electronic Chart and Display Information System (ECDIS)
Abstract The paper examines the definition and concept of Electronic navigation (e-navigation), Electronic Chart Systems (ECS) and Electronic Chart and Display Information System (ECDIS); research STCW convention’s Manila Amendments requirements about seaman education for operation with ECDIS and develop evaluation algorithm for electronic chart systems on STCW convention’s base; also provides examples of evaluations and compare positive and negative aspects as for officially realized ECDIS, as for new e-navigation systems designed in project "EfficienSea 2". In addition, the paper provides evaluation algorithms’ testing methods and implementation process for all types’ electronic chart navigation systems. Paper is intended to familiarize wide range of specialists with positive and negative sides for last developed ECDIS, ECS and e-navigation systems and demonstrate subsequent possible ways of development for those systems.
Reference Goreļikovs, D. Development and Analysis of Evaluation Algorithm for Different Cartographic Systems (ECS, ECDIS, E-Navigation) in accordance with STCW Requirements. In: Maritime Transport and Infrastructure – 2017: 19th International Conference, Latvia, Rīga, 20-21 April, 2017. Riga: Latvian Maritime Academy, 2017, pp.13-18.
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