D3.7 will address the refinement of existing bridge and navigation team operating procedures and the development of new procedures for the safe and effective operation of the Arctic Bridge.
D5.4 will provide a roadmap for the future development of the SEDNA safety solutions and its current and future associated technologies.
D4.2 will identify and define future safety barriers necessary for the safe navigation of ships in the Arctic.
D5.5 will provide information (INF) papers to IMO and reports to relevant organisations/forums with consultative status at the IMO summarising the main findings of the projects and possible recommendations for safety actions.
D7.5 will include a detailed gender-neutral work plan of the individuals involved in SEDNA and measures to identify and monitor the gender balance in it.
D1.1 will provide a project baseline and regulatory framework for the SEDNA safety solutions.
D3.1 will deliver new regional weather and sea ice probability forecast products, including specifications (M5), customization (M12), format (M18) and final products (M24).
D1.3 will provide fully validated project mission, innovation targets, evaluation criteria and metrics.
D5.2 will provide: a. Impact assessment framework. b. Impact measuring models. c. Impact assessment, feasibility and viability results and report.
D1.2 will identify key ‘What if?’ future scenarios and produce Horizon Scanning reports.
D4.3 will consider the implications for the environment and for vessels and their crews of projected accidents were the vessels involved (a) using low flash point fuels (LFPF) and (b) using conventional fossil fuels
D3.3 will deliver validated regional weather and sea ice probability forecast products and ice monitoring system.
Deliver design concept of Safe Arctic Bridge a. Interaction architecture allowing integration of new information supporting arctic navigation and operation. b. Virtual demonstrator of physical ship bridge structure c. Augmented Reality demonstration of applications supporting safe arctic navigation and operation. At months 5,12,18 and 24 iterative Safe Arctic Bridge designs and partial software and physical implementations will be delivered to allow for interim evaluation of the bridge concept by the project’s industry stakeholders, Advisory Board and Scientific Committee to maximise the probability of success.
D2.3 will provide prototypes of optimised of large area anti-icing/de-icing coatings for field trials
D3.2 will deliver the ship based ice monitoring system with sea ice identification and characterisation.
Implementation of multi-objective Arctic voyage optimisation with intermediate versions to aid rapid prototyping cycles of the Safe Arctic Bridge.
D3.6 will provide the outcome of the technical review of navigation technologies in an Arctic context, will identify solutions to be implemented in the framework of the projects and provide recommendations for future developments.
D3.5 will identify and codify best practices of safe Arctic navigation into proposed standard operating procedures.
D4.4 will deliver a CEN Workshop Agreement on Methanol Bunkering processes, circulated to the CEN National Members for announcement.
D6.3 will provide: a. Web portal and initial content (M2) then maintained web portal with updated content. b. Project publication material (M2) c. Information Observatory including inventory, structuring and publishing via the web portal of relevant information, transferring information into knowledge (initial M12, revise final M36) d. Dissemination plan with a strategy targeting the different relevant stakeholders in an effective way, generally describing the intended applied and scientific dissemination activities (M3) e. Yearly update of the dissemination plan with a specification of the intended dissemination activities in the next year.
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Author(s): Tillig, F., Ringsberg, J.W., Mao, W. and Ramne, B
Published in: IMechE, Part M, Journal of Engineering for the Maritime Environment, 2017, ISSN 1475-0902