Ship Sensors: Conventional, Unmanned and Autonomous (Hardcover)

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Ship Sensors: Conventional, Unmanned and Autonomous (Hardcover)


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When combined with AI, advanced computing architectures, and enhanced communications, sensor technologies can monitor vessel performance and environment to detect conditions that may hinder voyage completion. This covers the present and future of sensors that can enhance vessel performance and further improve safety of navigation.

R. Glenn Wright holds a BS in Electrical Engineering, MS in Computer Science and PhD in Maritime Affairs with 45 years of industry experience leading research in sensor- based systems for surface vessels and unmanned underwater vehicles, meteorological and oceanographic data systems, and the automated testing of electronic equipment. He is also a master mariner and research vessel captain investigating meteorological, oceanographic, and electromagnetic phenomena and sensor data fusion, with direct knowledge of ship operations and the application and usefulness of the foundational technologies involved. This book complements his book Unmanned and Autonomous Ships, also published by Routledge.
Product Details ISBN: 9781032456218
ISBN-10: 1032456213
Publisher: Routledge
Publication Date: February 29th, 2024
Pages: 244
Language: English