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RIVER BASED INFORMATION, NAVIGATION, AND COMMUNICATION

Objectif

The today inland navigation is based on voice communication and on-board radar. With increasing traffic density, enlarging of vessels or combinations with a dec reasing manoeuvrability, and increasing requirements of education, training and certification, more information has to be available and presented to the crew. T he integration of auto pilot, trajectory control, and traffic situation in combi nation with data communication has to be defined. The use of advanced technologi es in inland waterway transport together with the harmonisation of human/machine interfaces and control devices will enhance the efficiency and safety of inland navigation. The general approach of the task will be the identification of the functional requirements to introduce RINAC as the control centre on board of an inland navigation vessel consisting of a navigation display and a communication console and including the integration of shore based radar and transponder syste ms, the integration of the existing sensor equipment on board, including new sen sor technologies and sophisticated auto pilots, and the integration of communica tion equipment on the basis of the available hydro-graphic and infra-structural information.
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The question of importance to solve is, whether or not besides the navigation display, another display is required for additional information. The approach is based on safety and efficiency grounds. A schematic design of t he architecture of RINAC will be included and is one of the work packages. A scr utiny of present day training courses in the different countries needs to be car ried out and these courses need to be assessed in the light of the new developme nts in the control centre. A scrutiny of the present day certification in the di fferent countries (such as the "Rhein Patent" and the navigation license in the Netherlands) needs to be carried out and the harmonisation of a West European li cense needs to be evaluated. The Work package will use a number of scenarios whi ch also have been used in Research Task 15 "Incarnation". These scenarios concer n a number of traffic conditions. These may be the present situation: Netherland s-German border say ships that carry 100 Mt up river and 40 Mt down river is bas e line, and situations with 10%, 30 % and 100 % increase. The study will use ref erence ships: this may be a motor freighter of 1750 tons cargo capacity, but wil l also deal with a motor tanker, a chemical tanker, and a gas tanker. Special re quirements for push barge trains will be considered.

Régime de financement

STU - Study contracts, assessment contracts

Coordinateur

NETHERLANDS ORGANISATION FOR APPLIED SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH
Adresse
63,Oude Waalsedorperweg
2509 JG The Hague
Pays-Bas

Participants (13)

DAIMLERCHRYSLER AEROSPACE AG
Allemagne
Adresse
W"rthstrasse 85
89077 Ulm
EUROPEAN DEVELOPMENT CENTRE FOR INLAND AND COASTAL NAVIGATION DUISBURG
Allemagne
Adresse
Kl"cknerstrasse 77- 77 A
47057 Duisburg
HOLLAND INSTITUTE OF TRAFFIC TECHNOLOGY B.V.
Pays-Bas
Adresse
Oude Apeldoornseweg 41-45
7300 AS Apeldoorn
INSTITUT FRANCAIS DE NAVIGATION
France
Adresse
3,Ave Octave Gréard
75007 Paris
INSTITUT NATIONAL DE RECHERCHE SUR LES TRANSPORTS ET LEUR SECURIT_
France
Adresse
Avenue Du G,n,ral Malleret Joinville 2
94114 Arcueil
INTERNATIONALE NAVIGATIE APPARATEN B.V.
Pays-Bas
Adresse
Wijnhaven 42
3000 BN Rotterdam
MARINE ANALYTICS B.V.
Pays-Bas
Adresse
Veerhaven 7
3001 KE Rotterdam
MARITIME SIMULATION CENTRE THE NETHERLANDS
Pays-Bas
Adresse

6700 AA Wageningen
MINISTRY OF TRANSPORT, PUBLIC WORKS AND WATER MANAGEMENT
Pays-Bas
Adresse
Boompjes 200
3000 BA Rotterdam
OPEFORM
France
Adresse
Rue De La Tour 1
92240 Malakoff
Polo Tecnologico Marino Marittimo Srl
Italie
Adresse
Via Al Molo Vecchio
16126 Genova
SEVENCS ENTWICKLUNGSGESELLSCHAFT FsR GEO-INFORMATIK MBH
Allemagne
Adresse
Ruhrstrasse 90
22761 Hamburg
TECHNICAL RESEARCH CENTRE OF FINLAND
Finlande
Adresse
S,hk"miehentie 3
02055 Espoo