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Exploring Bridge-Engine Control Room Collaborative Team Communication
1 World Maritime University, Malmö, Sweden
2 Fraunhofer Institute for Communication, Information Processing and Ergonomics, Wachtberg, Germany
ABSTRACT: The EC funded CyClaDes research project is designed to promote the increased impact of the human element in shipping across the design and operational lifecycle. It addresses the design and operation of ships and ship systems. One of the CyClaDes? tasks is to create a crew-centered design case-study examination of the information that is shared between the Bridge and Engine Control Room that helps the crew co-ordinate to ensure understanding and complete interconnected tasks. This information can be provided in various ways, including communication devices or obtained from a common database, display, or even the ship environment (e.g., the roll of the ship). A series of semi-structured interviews were conducted with seafarers of diverse ranks to get a better idea of what communication does, or should, take place and any problems or challenges existing in current operations, as seen from both the bridge and ECR operators? perspectives. Included in the interview were both the standard communications and information shared during planning and executing a voyage, as well as special situations such as safety/casualty tasks or heavy weather. The results were analyzed in terms of the goals of the communication, the primary situations of interest for communication and collaboration, the communication media used, the information that is shared, and the problems experienced. The results of seafarer interviews are presented in the paper to explore on-board inter-departmental communication.
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Citation note:
Kataria A., Holder E.H., Praetorius G.P., Baldauf M., Schröder-Hinrichs J.-U.: Exploring Bridge-Engine Control Room Collaborative Team Communication. TransNav, the International Journal on Marine Navigation and Safety of Sea Transportation, Vol. 9, No. 2, doi:10.12716/1001.09.02.02, pp. 169-176, 2015

Other publications of authors:

M. Baldauf, R. Baumler, A. Ölçer, T. Nakazawa, K. Benedict, S. Fischer, M. Schaub
M. Baldauf, S. Fischer, M. Kitada, R.A. Mehdi, M.A. Al-Quhali, M. Fiorini

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