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Analysis of Primary Position Validation in ECDIS System


Šakan, Davor; Žuškin, Srđan; Brčić, David; Valčić, Sanjin
Analysis of Primary Position Validation in ECDIS System // Advances in Marine Navigation and Safety of Sea Transportation / Weintrit, Adam ; Neumann, Tomasz (ur.).
Leiden: Taylor & Francis Group, CRC Press, 2019. str. 5-15 (predavanje, međunarodna recenzija, cjeloviti rad (in extenso), znanstveni)


Naslov
Analysis of Primary Position Validation in ECDIS System

Autori
Šakan, Davor ; Žuškin, Srđan ; Brčić, David ; Valčić, Sanjin

Vrsta, podvrsta i kategorija rada
Radovi u zbornicima skupova, cjeloviti rad (in extenso), znanstveni

Izvornik
Advances in Marine Navigation and Safety of Sea Transportation / Weintrit, Adam ; Neumann, Tomasz - Leiden : Taylor & Francis Group, CRC Press, 2019, 5-15

ISBN
978-0-367-35760-3

Skup
13th International Conference on Marine Navigation and Safety of Sea Transportation

Mjesto i datum
Gdynia, Poljska, 12-14.06.2019

Vrsta sudjelovanja
Predavanje

Vrsta recenzije
Međunarodna recenzija

Ključne riječi
Electronic chart display and information system, position, position validation, ecdis eho

Sažetak
The mandatory ECDIS transitional period has ended just recently. The technology matured and the progress towards the ECDIS as a primary means of navigation has continued. Safe and effective navigation mostly relies on accurate and valid positioning despite the system’s technological advancement. In general, the frequency of plotting and monitoring of ship's position depends on two factors: employed navigational means and navigational areas. When using paper charts for primary means of navigation, position plotting frequency usually ranges from several minutes to one hour according to the Safety Management System (SMS) or other relevant requirements. In the case of ECDIS navigation, primary position is continuously displayed, mostly by the employment of satellite positioning means, with the possibility of secondary positioning display, depending on the source. Validation by position cross-checking is therefore essential for preventing overreliance on ECDIS primary position. In different navigational stages the navigator can use well known methods from celestial, coastal or electronic navigation. In the proposed paper, accuracy and complexity of positioning methods commonly used by the navigators are evaluated. The obtained results are correlated to primary positioning validation in ECDIS and compared with maritime user requirements, recommendations and respective resolutions. The research is accompanied with survey results on position checking methods conducted among the navigators. Results revealed that most of the navigators validate primary position, however there are misinterpretations between position validation, position fixing and secondary position source. Among stated, other overall and specific findings are presented and discussed. Future research directions are proposed in terms of the necessity of position checking, availability of positioning sources and further development of the system

Izvorni jezik
Engleski

Znanstvena područja
Tehnologija prometa i transport