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Definition for autonomous merchant ships


Year: 2017
Language: english
Author: NFAS
Genre: Reference book
Format: PDF
Quality: eBook
Pages count: 22
Description: This document contains definitions that are relevant when describing what an autonomous ship is, the context it operates in and the functions it needs to implement to operate safely. Section 1 gives a brief introduction, some high-level definitions and explains the relationships between the groups of definitions. Section 2 defines the different autonomous ship types. Section 3 defines the ship’s support systems and its general operational context. Section 4 defines automation levels and autonomy types as a function of automation level and bridge manning level. Section 5 defines the Operational Design Domain (ODD) and corresponding terminology to specify what the ship can and cannot do and how fall-back procedures are used to handle situations outside the operational domain. Section 6 briefly discusses the use of different autonomy types on the same ship during a voyage. Section 7 gives a functional breakdown of the ship that can be used as basis for describing the ODD or for doing hazard identification. A final section provides acknowledgements.

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