Video Bob Peacock "Maritime Pilot", Maine / NewBrunswick - Part 1
published on 10 September 2020
Article Study: A Real-Time Method for Time-to-Collision Estimation from Aerial Images
published on 16 March 2022
Vessels are required by law to have a trained maritime pilot on board responsible for safely navigating the ship to its desired destination. However, ensuring safe navigation inside dock environments is demanding as mistakes can be extremely costly, time-consuming to correct, and even fatal. An assisting tool working autonomously to support the maritime pilot by predicting possible collisions would lower the risk involved with navigating the vessel.
Article Australasian Marine Pilots Institute joins Shipping Australia as a new member
by Shipping Australia Limited - published on 30 September 2021
Article UKMPA announced the launch of a major rebranding
published on 6 February 2021
The United Kingdom Maritime Pilots’ Association (UKMPA) today announced the launch of a major rebranding following the UK’s recent departure from the European Union. The timely changes from a heraldic collection of flags to a modern visual image that more properly reflects an association that is proactive, inclusive and dynamic whilst at the same time maintaining its historical context.