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Optimization of the ship's navigation and controlling system with results of sea trials

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2 Author(s)
Dmitriev, S.P. ; State Res. Center of Russia, St. Petersburg ; Pelevin, A.E.

This paper considers the state-of-the-art information technologies applied to solve the automatic track-keeping problem of the ship on a preset system of straight tacks and on a preset route to the area of hydrographic survey. A navigation-and-controlling system aboard a hydrographic vessel GS-439 was used to provide the fulfillment of the task. The results of the sea trials of control problems are given. They have shown rather good accuracy of the ship track-keeping on a preset system of straight tacks and on a preset route as well as the efficiency of automatic ship passing to the first tack and passing over to the next tacks in surveying the seabed relief, using a multi-channel echo sounder

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Aerospace and Electronic Systems Magazine, IEEE  (Volume:20 ,  Issue: 1 )