We introduce the video on our presentation at the IMO HTW 7 Session.
The document we developed: Introduction to the Polish approach to include IT competences in maritime education and training was submitted to the IMO a while ago. This document provides information about courses on IT competences conducted at maritime universities in Poland with references to the Maritime University of Szczecin (MUS).
The Faculty of Computer Science and Telecommunications, started its activities on 1 October 2019, taking over the personnel, research/teaching facilities and infrastructure of the previous Institute of Marine Technologies, part of the Faculty of Navigation, as well as first cycle students in the field of Computer Science.
The research team led by prof. Tadeusz Szelangiewicz from the Department of Ocean Engineering and Shipbuilding, MUS, conducted the operation of the entire computer system and measurement and navigation equipment installed in the model of an autonomous ship. The equipment and communication with the land station were tested.
The “tethered drone” idea was developed in SARA (Search and Rescue Aid and Surveillance using High EGNSS Accuracy) project.
The navigational decision support system NAVDEC is the first navigational tool worldwide that performs information functions as well as those typical of decision support systems. Its innovative functionalities, significantly extending the performance of devices generally carried by ships, have now a status of patent applications filed at home and internationally.
Atechnology that will significantly increase the safety of sea-going vessels: AVAL - Autonomous Vessel with an Air Look. It is an application research in the area of navigation, control, communication and data exchange technologies between an autonomous floating vessel and an aircraft