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Evaluation of S-100 ECDIS Based on S-10X Digital Maritime Safety Information

  • CHOI, HyunSoo (Division of Disaster Science, Graduate School of University of Seoul) ;
  • OH, SeWoong (Maritime Safety and Environmental Research Division, Korea Research Institute of Ships & Ocean Engineering) ;
  • KANG, DongWoo (Maritime Safety and Environmental Research Division, Korea Research Institute of Ships & Ocean Engineering) ;
  • Yoon, MyongO (Division of Disaster Science, University of Seoul)
  • Received : 2020.09.29
  • Accepted : 2020.10.22
  • Published : 2020.10.31

Abstract

The IMO has established a regulation for the ECDIS installation on ships based on the IHO S-57 standards. The ECDIS supports sailors in achieving a safe voyage by using ENCs and monitoring the information of their ship. However, the S-57 standards were developed as edition 3.1 and prohibited revision for more than 20 years. So, the IHO developed a new standard as S-100 into the hydrography and maritime field instead of updating the S-57 to edition 4.0. In this study, the new S-100 ECDIS was developed and verified with ENCs and the digital maritime safety information by using a ship steering simulator and by conducting an on-board sea-trial test. It evaluated the impact on ship operations if the next-generation navigation support system is introduced. Based on this research, the S-100 ECDIS will generate improvements such as safe voyages by providing various of real-time safety information and up-to-date data to ship and sailors.

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