Supporting situation awareness on the bridge: Testing route exchange in a practical e-navigation study
Book chapter, 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 scenarios. By “intended routes” we mean a service where ships underway send a number of waypoints ahead of their present position, from their voyage plan; thus sharing their intentions with ships within radio range. Other ships “intended routes” become visible on the ECDIS screen on request and can be queried for where my own ship is when the other ship is at the cursor indicated point on the displayed “intended route”. Observation, focus group interviews and questionnaires were used to capture qualitative data on professional acceptance, the concept, procedural changes, functions and interface. The tested service was very well received with high acceptance ratings.

Author

Thomas Porathe

Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU)

Anders Brödje

Chalmers, Shipping and Marine Technology, Division of Maritime Operations, Maritime Human Factors

Reto Weber

Chalmers, Shipping and Marine Technology, Maritime Human Factors

D. Camre

Danish Maritime

O. Borup

Danish Maritime

Information, Communication and Environment: Marine Navigation and Safety of Sea Transportation

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