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Remote Pilotage – S4VF-project funded by Business Finland


published on 8 June 2021 171

Found on YouTube. Created by "Aboa Mare". Originally published on 2021-05-21.
The purpose of this video is to demonstrate communication between the Remote Pilot and the vessel’s Captain. The simulations are experiments.
00:12 Remote Pilote has an active role
03:03 Pleasure boats in the area, which cannot be seen to the Remote Pilote
06:24 Captain is active and knows the fairway
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