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Electronic charts: S-100 Essential tool for marine pilots


published on 21 June 2021 193 -

Found on YouTube. Created by "Maritime Simulation and Resource Centre". Originally published on 2021-06-21.
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Video Chart Projections and Chart Accuracy - ECDIS

published on 11 July 2020

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by Marine-Pilots.com - published on 14 July 2020

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Video S-102 Bathymetric Surface Product for a Safe Passage

published on 13 July 2020

Specialized training for maritime pilots
Quebec City, Quebec, Canada – June 23, 2020 – The Maritime Simulation and Resource Centre (MSRC), a world-class pilot simulation training and port feasibility studies facility, is pleased to announce the release of an informational video on the new S-102 standards on surface bathymetry products.
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published on 22 August 2022

Advanced automation has been highlighted as contributory to several accidents involving modern bridge support systems and automation aiding maritime pilots for maneuvering and navigation. This paper argues for reskilling for automation collaboration.

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Video Serious Injury to Pilot video by Maritime Training Services

published on 13 December 2019

Serious Injury to Pilot delves into a real-world incident that resulted from a lack of attention to detail. A pilot falls from a ladder due to negligence.
Visit https://maritimetraining.com/Course/Serious-Injury-to-Pilot to purchase the full-length version.

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Video Pilot Ladder Promo Launch by KARCO

published on 18 June 2021

A unique 3D video endeavoring to raise the awareness of the seafarers about a very important, critical, and essential piece of equipment on board. Basic in design, but high on purpose, the mistakes incorrect handling of this equipment continue to result in Near Miss, Incidents and accidents.

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Video Characteristic Diagrams for ship behaviour under Wind Impact

published on 12 April 2021

This movie shows how to create the Characteristic Diagram for Wind effect on ships and limits of steerability under strong wind. It uses the previous demos made with the SAMMON Planning Software on turning tendency of ships on straight track and in turning motion.

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Article The challenges of remote pilotage simulated in Rauma

published on 7 October 2021

As a part of the ISTLAB project the impact of external factors on pilots’ activities in a remote pilotage situation has been examined in Rauma.

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published on 17 June 2022

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published on 3 June 2022

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