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Study: The Application of Automatic Identification System Information and PSO-LSTM Neural Network in CRI Prediction


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Article Study: "An evaluation of fatigue factors in maritime pilot work scheduling"

by Marine-Pilots.com - published on 17 September 2020

Already published for the first time in September 2020: Maritime piloting operations involve on-call work schedules that may lead to sleep loss and circadian misalignment. The study documented pilot work scheduling practices.

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Video Port of Fremantle

published on 14 October 2019

Case Study: A study conducted for Fremantle Ports on vessel interacting within the harbour.

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Article Psychophysical stress and strain of maritime pilots in Germany. A cross-sectional study

published on 12 June 2021

Maritime pilots work in an irregular deployment system (rotation system) with unpredictable work assignments under high levels of physical and mental stress. Fatigue or chronic diseases, e.g. coronary heart disease, peptic ulcers or gastritis can occur as a consequence.

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Article Humber Maritime Pilot (UK) dies in river incident

published on 9 January 2023

The man was working as a Marine Pilot for ABP when he fell into the water on Sunday afternoon. The circumstances surrounding his death are not yet known

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Video Accident during embarking: Pilot's foot crushes

published on 3 February 2020

Video upload on 02/01/2020 by TVBS NEWS
We do not put videos of accidents on our website out of voyeurism. We would like to point out that the work of a pilot is always dangerous, especially when embarking and disembarking!
These incidents should be a warning. It can hit anyone out of carelessness.
Dear pilots, please always be mindful and always think of your safety!

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Article Port of Waterford to invest almost €1 m in new ‘Port Láirge’ pilot boat

published on 14 December 2020

The Port of Waterford is to invest almost €1m in a new pilot boat to be named Port Láirge, which as Irish for Waterford is a name long associated with a steam-powered dredger that served Waterford for more than 70 years until the 1980s.

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Video Watching the Columbia River Bar Pilots in Astoria, OR

published on 21 February 2022

Watching Bar Pilots navigate the Columbia River in Astoria, OR and learning some history about the old pilot boat “Peacock”. Beautiful sunny day on the river with Sea lions, Gulls, ducks and more. Learn why it’s absolutely necessary for the bar pilots to help the ships get through one of the most treacherous parts of the Columbia.

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Video Docking Maneuver with Tugs by Drone View

published on 18 February 2021

A stunning view while docking manuerve by drone view, nowadays in some port in some countries, the pilot and port authorities uses the drone to monitor the entire operation. Deck Cadet's Notebook Video series. Comment down below of what topics you should know? The beginning | Deck Cadet's Notebook https://youtu.be/6ylnWj3FyXU Music:lights Musician:ikson Music promoter: vlog no copyright music Link:https://youtu.be/bqk80OOCxOQ

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