Electronic Outlook

  • Blanke, Mogens (PI)
  • Hansen, Søren (Project Participant)
  • Stets, Jonathan Dyssel (Project Participant)
  • Koester, Thomas (Collaborative Partner)
  • Brøsted, Jesper Ejdorf (Project Participant)

Project Details


Considering whether a temporarily unattended navigation could
be allowed, Maritime Authorities wish to investigate whether sensor technology
is available that, when seconded by sophisticated computer algorithms, is able
to provide outlook with the same reliability and safety as that of the average
human outlook.

This public consultancy project reports findings from a comparative study of human versus electronic outlook. Assessment of navigator's outlook is based on
measurements with a wearable eye-tracker and areas of their visual attention
are recorded on video. Simultaneously, a set of electro-optical sensors
provides image-data as input to computer algorithms that detect and classify
objects within visual range.
Effective start/end date01/09/201730/09/2018

Collaborative partners


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