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Collision Avoidance Domain-Method Used by Ships and aShore

Projekt ma na celu: opracowanie i implementację kryterium bezpieczeństwa żeglugi morskiej w sytuacji spotkania dwu lub więcej statków. Proponowane kryterium zostanie szczegółowo opracowane na podstawie rzeczywistych danych statystycznych ruchu morskiego i parametrów danego statku. Kryterium zostanie zaimplementowane w celu stosowania na mostku nawigacyjnym statku oraz na potrzeby służb nadzoru ruchu statków (VTS). Projekt wpisuje się w tematykę badawczą Wydziału Oceanotechniki i Okrętownictwa.


Project's acronym:
Financial Program Name:
Narodowe Centrum Badań i Rozwoju (NCBR) (The National Centre for Research and Development)
MARTERA-2/CADMUSS/2/2021 z dnia 2021-03-29
Realisation period:
2020-09-01 - 2023-08-31
Research team leader:
dr hab. inż. Rafał Szłapczyński
Team members:
Realised in:
Faculty of Ocean Engineering and Ship Technology
External institutions
participating in project:
  • JAKOTA Cruise Systems GmbH (Germany)
  • Wismar University of Applied Science (Germany)
  • NavSim Polska spółka z o.o. (Poland)
  • Innovative Navigation (Germany)
  • Nautitec GmbH & Co. KG (Germany)
  • Uniwersytet Morski w Gdyni (Poland)
Request type:
International Research Programmes
International project
Verified by:
Gdańsk University of Technology


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