dr hab. inż. Jakub Montewka
- accident risks
- accident susceptibility, safety of transportation, maritime risk and safety, waterways complexity, traffic complexity, human reliability, human performance
- collision-prone locations
- industry 4.0
- oil tankers
- ship-ship collision frequency
- shipping 4.0
- shipping accidents
- the gulf of finland
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An updated method identifying collision-prone locations for ships. A case study for oil tankers navigating in the Gulf of Finland
To ensure the risk level associated with continuously increasing maritime traffic through particularly sensitive sea areas remains at acceptable level, a periodic risk assessment needs to be carried out by the relevant authorities. As a part of such assessment, allowing for proactive countermeasures to mitigate risk, the frequency of accidents is estimated along with the assessment of geographical locations where the accidents...
The continuous monitoring and assessment of operational vulnerability and accident susceptibility of passenger ships is crucial from the perspective of ship and passenger safety. Despite the existing solutions for vulnerability monitoring, stemming mainly from watertight door operations, a comprehensive framework for accident susceptibility assessment and monitoring is missing in the literature. Therefore, this paper offers a...
Maritime shipping, with a significant role in global trade, confronts various accidents leading to loss of lives, properties, and the environment. Shipping 4.0 technologies are scaling up to address this problem by employing real-time data-driven technologies, including cyber-physical systems, advanced tracking and tracing, intelligent systems, and big data analytics. Despite growing attention, there is a general lack of clarity...
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