Video Aberdeen Harbour - Meet Finn Froekjaer-Jensen, Pilot
Article NAUTITEC (Germany) as new partner of Marine-Pilots.com
by Marine-Pilots.com - published on 8 October 2020
Article Hamburg Port Services is a new partner of Marine‑Pilots.com
published on 13 November 2020
Video Maritime Training: Pilot Ladders: Safe Rigging Procedures
Pilot transfer operations always involve risk, even when conditions are favorable. Learn the essential safety procedures involved in this operation.
Visit https://www.maritimetraining.com/Course/Pilot-Ladders-Safe-Rigging-Procedures to purchase the full-length version.
Article GPS (Part 1) - Structure, mode of operation, technical and physical fundamentals of GPS
by Capt. Gunter Schütze, Thailand/Germany - published on 30 January 2020
Video ARPA Ground & Sea Stabilisation (Speed over ground & through water) |
M+ releases it's next interactive video on 'ARPA Ground & Sea Stabilisation; an explanation of 'Speed over ground & Speed through water. Use this video for training crew, enhance safety standards & professional knowledge. Stay tuned for our upcoming series on ECDIS competency, Anchor losses, Incidents, PCS & vetting preparations & Human Elements training. These â€˜first of it's kindâ€™ learning videos are based on PSC & vetting observations to provide solutions & enhance your professional...
Video Physical Pilot Ladder Simulator (Chile)
by Maritime Innovation Center Chile This physical ladder simulator was design for crew training in the ladder arrangement and for all the users especially for pilots. We think that it will be a very important complement for IMO Assembly Resolution A.1045(27) and SOLAS, Chapter V, Safety of Navigation, Regulation 23. It was present in the 10th Latin-American Pilot Forum in Montevideo in September 2019. Available information for training in Chile email@example.com
Opinion How OpenBridge seeks to improve maritime workplaces
by Prof. Kjetil Nordby Institute of Design - The Oslo School of Architecture and Design - published on 6 May 2020
Lack of standard user interfaces across bridge equipment is a major concern for maritime safety. Pilots are in a unique position, as they are constantly exposed to new and differing bridge working environments, equipment, interface designs and combinations of systems. As pilots face this problem throughout every shift they need to put in considerable effort to adjust their work to the many user interfaces they meet.