E-Nav - Efficient Electronic Navigation at Sea
E-NAV will develop a sail plan service and online training platform for the shipping industry. From real time data feeds received from meteorological, coastal, sea state, vessel and Earth Observation data archived in Copernicus, E-NAV will compute and transmit optimized sail plans to fleet managers and navigators. It will reduce fuel consumption, minimize hull fatigue, sail time, and reduce CO2 emissions. E-NAV will also include a training module with online gamification tools to teach navigators.
- O.M. Offshore Monitoring Ltd (Private, Cyprus)
- Molflow AB (Private, Sweden)
- Color Line Marine AS (Private, Norway)
- GoTa Ship Management AB (Private, Sweden)
- Möller Data Workflow Systems (Private, Sweden)
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Associate Professor, Department of Space, Earth and Environment, Geoscience and Remote Sensing.
Leif Eriksson came to Chalmers 2004 and since 2012 he has a position as associate professor in radar remote sensing. From 2012 to 2017 he acted as group leader for the research group Radar Remote...
Post doc, Department of Space, Earth and Environment, Microwave and Optical Remote Sensing.
Anders Hildeman's PhD was in spatial statistics with focus on spatial mixture models and stochastic partial differential equations. He is interested in probabilistic modelling, classification...
Professor at Mechanics and Maritime Sciences, Division of Marine Technique
Wengang Mao conducts researched within the field of ship mechanics, such as dynamic ship structural analysis, statistical wave modelling, machine learning modelling of ship manoeuvrability and...
- VINNOVA (Public, Sweden)
- European Commission (EC) (Public, Belgium)