Article Study: "An evaluation of fatigue factors in maritime pilot work scheduling"
by Marine-Pilots.com - published on 17 September 2020
Article Psychophysical stress and strain of maritime pilots in Germany. A cross-sectional study
published on 12 June 2021
Article Factors affecting maritime pilots' health and well-being: a systematic review
published on 18 June 2021
Article Coming soon: New Pilot Plug model by TRENZ
published on 1 July 2021
Video Luxembourg Space Expertise: LuxSpace / ESAIL
published on 16 September 2020
LuxSpace CEO, Jochen Harms, on putting the ESAIL microsatellite into orbit.
ESAIL is part of ESA’s Partnership Projects and has been developed to enhance the next generation of space‐based services for the maritime sector. The spacecraft will track ship movements over the entire globe as it orbits the planet.
Video TRENZ Pilot Plug - Firmware Update (Windows & WiFi)
published on 5 July 2019
This video shows how to update the firmware of your TRENZ Pilot Plug using the TRENZ Pilot Plug Manager and a Windows 10 machine.
The TRENZ Pilot Plug Manager is downloadable for free. Get it here: https://manager.trenz-pilotplug.com/
Please visit https://trenz-pilotplug.com/ for more information.
Article New app: Pilot´s Tug Assist Tool PTAT - Bollard Pull Calculation for Marine Pilots
by Capt. M. Baykal Yaylai - published on 19 February 2020
Required tug power and number of tugs needed in variable conditions of wind, current and waves isin most cases an assessment made by pilots based on their professional experience. However, assessments will raise questions by lawyers if something goes wrong. They will use tools to calculate what really is needed with respect to tug power and number of tugs. They have furthermore the advantage of time.
Video When a pilot boarding is aborted
published on 27 January 2022
Wind was blowing strong from the NE and the waves were becoming bigger and bigger by the time we reach a new client.
Crew didn't consider the rolling effect about to happen while changing heading in order to give lee when they prepared pilot ladder, so the requested 1.5m above the water was not that good.
I decided to abort and to give the vessel the chance to shorten it. In the next attempt they did it right and I was able to board safe