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八国联合研发无人航运

作者:   发布时间:2020-08-06    浏览量:1263   字体大小:  A+   A- 

八国联合研发无人航运
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来源:Offshore Energy 2020-08-06

翻译:国际海事信息网 黄子倩 张运鸿
 
        来自中国、丹麦、芬兰、日本、荷兰、挪威、韩国和新加坡的代表已经组建了一个网络,以应对挑战,并统一港口海上水面自动船舶(Maritime Autonomous Surface Ships,简称MASS)试验和操作的标准。
 
        MASS旨在为港口大规模试车制定详细的指导方针和条件,这符合国际海事组织的临时大规模试车指导方针。
 
        各方还同意建立通信、船舶报告和数据交换的通用术语、格式和标准,以增强不同港口系统的互操作性,确保无缝运行。
 
        该网络的目的还在于促进大规模试验,以模拟航运的国际性质,并验证拟议的大规模试验准则和条件,以及港口系统的互操作性。这使得网络识别和地址额外操作质量在不同端口的挑战。
 
        “自主导航是我们成为未来港口计划的重要组成部分。我们看到质量有可能提高航行安全,提高工作效率。我们很高兴能与志同道合的国际伙伴合作,共同塑造国际航运的未来。”新加坡海事及港口管理局行政总裁柯丽芬(Quah Ley Hoon)说。
 
        国际海事组织(IMO)、国际航标和灯塔管理协会(IALA)以及国际港口协会(IAPH)的代表出席了这次活动。
 
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8 countries join forces in developing autonomous shipping
 
Representatives from China, Denmark, Finland, Japan, the Netherlands, Norway, Republic of Korea, and Singapore have launched a network to address the challenges and align standards for the trials and operation of Maritime Autonomous Surface Ships (MASS) in ports.
 
MASSPorts aims to develop detailed guidelines and conditions for MASS trials in port, which are in line with IMO’s interim guidelines for MASS trials.
 
The parties also agreed to establish common terminology, form and standards of communication, ship reporting, and data exchange to enhance inter-operability of systems across different ports in order to ensure seamless operation.
 
The objective of the network is also to facilitate MASS trials to emulate the international nature of shipping and validate the proposed guidelines and conditions for MASS trials, and the inter-operability of port-based systems. This allows the network to identify and address additional challenges of operating MASS at various ports.
 
“Autonomous navigation is an important part of our plans to be a future-ready port. We see MASS having the potential to enhance navigational safety and increase productivity. We are glad to work with like-minded international partners who are aligned in shaping the future of the international shipping,” Quah Ley Hoon, Chief Executive of the Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore, said.
 
The event was joined by representatives from the International Maritime Organization (IMO), International Association of Marine Aids to Navigation and Lighthouse Authorities (IALA), as well as International Association of Ports and Harbors (IAPH). 

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