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Development of a MOS center and its role in dynamic routing

AuthorsGlansdorp, C.C., Tak, C. van der, Koldenhof, Y.
Conference/JournalXIII International Scientific and Technical Conference on Maritime Traffic Engineering, Malmö, Sweden
Date19 Oct 2009
This paper emanates from the European Research Project MarNIS. Three new concepts were introduced. The first was the introduction of a MOS center. This center is thought to be the focal point for Maritime Services which are all under one roof. Improvements of the services and costs reductions are the major drivers of the establishment of a MOS Center. The second concept is the introduction of dynamic High Risk Ships as a proactive measure to reduce pollution. It is not only the HRS principle that is important but also the right based in international law to take measures against the HRS using the precautionary principle. The third concept is the innovative use of the ALARP principle to determine in any weather condition the desired distance to the coast.


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