Sökning: "maritime human factors"
Visar resultat 1 - 5 av 20 avhandlingar innehållade orden maritime human factors.
1. Towards a Pluralistic Epistemology: Understanding the Future of Human-Technology Interactions in Shipping
Sammanfattning : The rapid advance of technologies is revolutionizing the way people work and transforming society into a digital world. In the shipping domain, many innovative technical systems have been designed and developed in the past decades, aiming to enable the maritime users to achieve the goal of safety, efficiency and effectiveness. LÄS MER
2. Human-Machine Interface Considerations for Design and Testing in Distributed Sociotechnical Systems
Sammanfattning : The increasing concerns for safety and environmental sustainability create demands on the development of future maritime transportation strategies. One way to meet these demands is the concept of autonomous unmanned vessels for intercontinental voyages. LÄS MER
3. Towards an understanding of the consequences of technology-driven decision support for maritime navigation
Sammanfattning : The maritime industry is undergoing a transformation driven by digitalization and connectivity. There is speculation that in the next two decades the maritime industry will witness changes far exceeding those experienced over the past 100 years. LÄS MER
Sammanfattning : Although shipping is regarded as one of the oldest transportation domains there still seem to be only a limited amount of research addressing the task of handling a vessel. Therefore the purpose of this thesis has been to shed more light on the concept of shiphandling and its constituents. LÄS MER
5. Creating clarity and managing complexity through co-operation and communication : The case of Swedish icebreaker operations
Sammanfattning : Sea transportation is vital for the global economy, and the amount of seaborne trade is expected to increase in the future. In some areas, icebreakers are necessary for maintaining open shipping lanes all-year round and ensuring safe navigation. LÄS MER