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Advanced Technology to optimize Maritime operational Safety - Intelligent Vessel

Objective

The ATAMOS IV project supports the main political issues of road-to-sea, Short Sea Shipping and Quality Shipping. Primary community benefits are the means to lessen on-shore congestion by applying a safety and cost-benefit regime to current Waterborne operations.

The project provides a methodology for retrofit of the existing European Fleet, and demonstrates this by a full-scale retrofit to a trial vessel. Important technologies include integrated ship control, human-centered design, Formal Safety Assessment and principles-based certification.

ATOMOS IV is proposed by a highly experienced consortium made up a ship owner, a classification society, a national administration, two marine simulation centre, equipment manufacturers, human factors experts, two universities and marine consultants.

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Call for proposal

First Call - GR
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Coordinator

SIMULATION AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY DIVISION
Address
Hjortekaersvej 99

Denmark
 

Participants (11)

CENTRO DE ESTUDIOS TECNICO-MARITIMOS SOCIEDAD LIMITADA
Spain
Address
Calle Mallorca 306
 
D'APPOLONIA S.P.A
Italy
Address
Via San Nazaro 19
 
DEPARTMENT OF CONTROL ENGINEERING
Denmark
Address
Fredrik Bajers Vej, 5
Aalborg Ost
 
DEPARTMENT OF NAVAL ARCHITECTURE AND MARINE ENGINEERING MARITIME TRANSPORT
Greece
Address
9 Iroon Polytechniou St.
 
INSTITUTE OF SHIP OPERATION, SEA TRANSPORT AND SIMULATION
Germany
Address
Rainvilleterrasse, 4
Hamburg
 
LLOYD'S REGISTER OF SHIPPING
United Kingdom
Address
29, Wellesley Road
 
LOGIMATIC A/S
Denmark
Address
Sofiendalsvej, 9
Aalborg
 
LYNGSOE MARINE A/S
Denmark
Address
Lyngsoe Alle, 2
Hoersholm
 
STN ATLAS MARINE ELECTRONICS GMBH
Germany
Address
Behringstr. 120
 
SWEDISH MARITIME INSTITUTE
Sweden
Address
Slottsgatan, 82
Norrkoping
 
TNO TECHNISCHE MENSKUNDE
Netherlands
Address
Kampweg 5