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A Study on the Application Measures of e-Navigation in Maritime Fisheries Sector
Report No. 2015-08 Research Manager Soo Yeob, Kim
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Research Member : Ho Choon, Lee / Keon Woo, Lee / Hye Jin, Lee


 The study suggests the following eight strategies to accelerate the introduction of e-Navigation. First, it is important to reflect the demand of users and encourage their active participation. Second, the workload of seafarers on board, who are the real user of e-Navigation, should be reduced and develop service and system to allow them to concentrate on their duty of safe navigation. Third, the system should be built favorable to seafarers considering user convenience, while increasing the compatibility with existing equipment. Fourth, it is necessary to consider financial support which is the foundation for attracting investment and essential to the establishment of a new system. Fifth, a customized service considering navigation conditions by the type of ships, working environments, etc. should be developed to enhance the application. Sixth, it is vital to establish infrastructure such as transportation networks for seamless communication between the ships and between the ship and the land. Seventh, information should be provided to increase the job effectiveness of users. Eighth, the system should contribute to a prompt and precise rescue operation in case of accident.

Research Project Report 상세보기
A Study on the Application Measures of e-Navigation in Maritime Fisheries Sector
Report No. 2015-08 Research Manager Soo Yeob, Kim
File

Research Member : Ho Choon, Lee / Keon Woo, Lee / Hye Jin, Lee


 The study suggests the following eight strategies to accelerate the introduction of e-Navigation. First, it is important to reflect the demand of users and encourage their active participation. Second, the workload of seafarers on board, who are the real user of e-Navigation, should be reduced and develop service and system to allow them to concentrate on their duty of safe navigation. Third, the system should be built favorable to seafarers considering user convenience, while increasing the compatibility with existing equipment. Fourth, it is necessary to consider financial support which is the foundation for attracting investment and essential to the establishment of a new system. Fifth, a customized service considering navigation conditions by the type of ships, working environments, etc. should be developed to enhance the application. Sixth, it is vital to establish infrastructure such as transportation networks for seamless communication between the ships and between the ship and the land. Seventh, information should be provided to increase the job effectiveness of users. Eighth, the system should contribute to a prompt and precise rescue operation in case of accident.

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