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Model-based adaptive bridge design in the maritime domain. The CASCADe Project
Javaux, D.; Luedtke, A.; Adami, E.; Allen, P.; Denker, C.; Mikkelsen, T.G.; Lohrmann, P.; Mextor, H.; Sternon, R.; Sobiech, C.; Vanderstraeten, P.; van Goens, C.; Vroonen, G. (2015). Model-based adaptive bridge design in the maritime domain. The CASCADe Project. Procedia Manufacturing 3: 4557-4564.
In: Procedia Manufacturing. Elsevier. ISSN 2351-9789, more
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Author keywords
    Maritime; Ship bridge; Model-based design; Situation awareness;Human-machine cooperation

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  • Javaux, D.
  • Luedtke, A.
  • Adami, E.
  • Allen, P.
  • Denker, C.
  • Mikkelsen, T.G.
  • Lohrmann, P.
  • Mextor, H.
  • Sternon, R.
  • Sobiech, C.
  • Vanderstraeten, P.
  • van Goens, C.
  • Vroonen, G.

    CASCADe is a European project aiming at designing advanced adaptive ship bridges, using model-based approaches and simulations. The models are used for capturing and simulating the seafarers' tasks and their information and situation awareness needs, through the use of cognitive seafarers' models; for studying and designing their physical interaction with console equipment, including controls and displays, through sophisticated anthropometric 3D models; and finally for designing and manufacturing the physical bridge itself (console, workstation, furniture).

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