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Marine Traffic Real-Time Safety Index
1 Shanghai Maritime University, Shanghai, China
ABSTRACT: To reflect the safety degree of marine traffic in real-time and intuitively, this paper put forward a concept of real-time safety index of marine traffic, established marine traffic real-time safety index system, and constructed a real-time safety index evaluation model by using vessel traffic and navigation environmental data provided by shore-based AIS base station network, and quantifying a variety of data which impacts the safety of marine traffic such as ships? real-time dynamic data, weather changes and so on. A continuous real-time evaluation to a specific area was carried out in the form of real-time index curve, taking the Waigaoqiao Channel of Port Shanghai as an example, to verify the feasibility and effectiveness of marine traffic real-time safety index.
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Citation note:
Xu T., Hu Q., Xiang Z., Wang D.L.: Marine Traffic Real-Time Safety Index. TransNav, the International Journal on Marine Navigation and Safety of Sea Transportation, Vol. 8, No. 4, doi:10.12716/1001.08.04.16, pp. 599-603, 2014

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