Implementing E-Navigation (Hardback)John Erik Hagen (author)
Hardback 220 Pages / Published: 30/09/2017
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John Erik Hagen provides an introduction to global e-navigation, and elaborates on the development and objectives of that strategy to increase awareness, safety, and security in commercial shipping. The book contains an outline of equipment and practices of maritime navigation, including ship reporting, shore based services, communications, and challenges in vessel travel services (VTS) and port areas. It also demonstrates solutions through gap analysis. Each chapter provides a different insight into new concepts of e-navigation and how they're adapted internationally, along with the difficulties that maritime authorities and ship operators need to overcome, and explores bridge systems and various navigation tools and practices. Readers will also find a discussion on the future of e-navigation, and the impact digital globalization, unmanned ships and big data will have on this strategy.
Publisher: Artech House Publishers
Number of pages: 220
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