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Advanced Technology to optimise 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 includes integrated ship control, human-centred 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.

Funding Scheme

CSC - Cost-sharing contracts

Coordinator

DMI
Address
Hjortekaersvej 99
2800 Lyngby
Denmark

Participants (11)

CENTRO DE ESTUDIOS TÉCNICO MARÍTIMOS
Spain
Address
Calle Mallorca 306
08037 Barcelona
D'APPOLONIA S.P.A
Italy
Address
Via San Nazaro 19
16145 Genova
DEPARTMENT OF CONTROL ENGINEERING
Denmark
Address
Fredrik Bajers Vej, 5
Aalborg Ost
FH HAMBURG
Germany
Address
Rainvilleterrasse, 4
22765 Hamburg
LLOYD'S REGISTER
United Kingdom
Address
29, Wellesley Road
CR0 2AJ
LOGIMATIC A/S
Denmark
Address
Sofiendalsvej, 9
Aalborg
LYNGSOE MARINE A/S
Denmark
Address
Lyngsoe Alle, 2
Hoersholm
NATIONAL TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY OF ATHENS
Greece
Address
9 Iroon Polytechniou St.
15773 Zografou-athens
SAM
Germany
Address
Behringstr. 120
22763 Hamburg
SWEDISH MARITIME ADMINISTRATION
Sweden
Address
Slottsgatan, 82
60178 Norrköping
TNO
Netherlands
Address
Kampweg 5
3769 DE