Fredrik Forsman

Projektledare at Chalmers, Mechanics and Maritime Sciences, Maritime Studies, Maritime Human Factors

Fredrik Forsman is acting head of the Maritime Human Factors Unit. He also holds the current position of Head of Training at The Swedish Sea Rescue Society and is responsible for the development of the training organisation for the crews in the Sea Rescue Society. Previous experience includes training of High Speed Navigation Crews in the Swedish Amphibious Corpse where he developed methodology for High speed navigation and pedagogies.

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Showing 7 publications

2016

Teamwork as Joint Activity in Sailing

Fredrik Forsman, Christian Finnsgård
Proceedings of the 22nd Chesapeake Sailing Yacht Symposium, United States Naval Academy - Annapolis, Maryland, USA, March 18-19, 2016
Paper in proceedings
2015

Search & rescue and maritime security in the arctic - System design challenges and solutions

Trevor David Dobbins, A. Smoker, Fredrik Forsman et al
International Conference on Ice Class Vessels; London; United Kingdom, p. 17-22
Paper in proceedings
2013

INFORMATION ARCHITECTURE FOR FAST RESPONSE CRAFT – COMMAND & CONTROL & HUMAN SYSTEMS INTEGRATION

Fredrik Forsman
SURV 8, The 8th International Conference on Surveillance, Search and Rescue Vessels
Paper in proceedings
2013

Information architecture for fast response craft - Command & control & human systems integration

T Dobbins, Fredrik Forsman, J. Hill et al
RINA, Royal Institution of Naval Architects - International Conference on SURV 2013, Surveillance Search and Rescue Craft, p. 117-120
Paper in proceedings
2011

Developing a standard methodology for dynamic navigation in the littoral environment

Fredrik Forsman, Joakim Dahlman, T Dobbins
Royal Institute of Naval Architects, International Conference, Human Factors in Ship Design and operation. Vol. 2011, p. 133-140
Paper in proceedings
2008

Eye tracking during high speed navigation at sea: Field trial in search of navigational gaze behaviour

Joakim Dahlman, Fredrik Forsman, Anna Sjörs et al
Proceedings of the 6th annual meeting of the society for human performance in extreme environments
Paper in proceedings

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Showing 4 research projects

2017–2019

NICOP - A study on the generalizability of training effects from synthetic to live maritime environmentsusing mobile simulation technology

Fredrik Forsman Ship Work Environment and Safety
Office of Naval Research Global

2016–2018

Preventing Incident and Accident by Safer Ships on the Oceans- PICASSO

Lars Axvi Maritime Human Factors
Fredrik Forsman Maritime Human Factors
Swedish Transport Administration
European Commission (EC)

2012–2014

SMACS - Small Craft Emergency Response and Survival Training for Arctic Conditions

Fredrik Forsman Maritime Human Factors
European Commission (EC)

2012–2014

SMACS – Small Craft Emergency Response and Survival Training for Arctic Conditions

Fredrik Forsman Ship Work Environment and Safety
Region Västra Götaland
Northern Periphery and Arctic Programme

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