WP 8000 [BAW]

Analysis of the sailing behaviour of foreign vessels

In the 8000 work packages, an analysis of the typical sailing behaviour of inland vessels is carried out. This is of considerable importance in order to reliably predict the movement and space requirements of the ships involved over a short period of time from a given traffic situation. Different approaches can be considered for this prediction, the suitability of which will be tested within the scope of work packages 8100 to 8300. Due to the individual behaviour of inland vessels (“human factor”) on the one hand and their dynamic inertia on the other hand, the prediction of which trajectory the vessel is likely to follow is associated with a temporally increasing uncertainty. For this reason, different approaches will be considered and tested with respect to their suitability for the prediction of trajectories and space requirements.

Work packages

WP 3200 [arg]

Hardware equipment (sensors, actuators, communication)

WP 8200 [BAW]

Trajectories from AIS data

WP 10200 [UDE]

Evaluation man-control station control station