Posted by on July, 18 2017 in Testing & Evaluation

The E.U.-funded EfficienSea2 project evaluated the human impact of a variety of e-Navigation solutions through a full-scale simulation test involving eight navigators over four days and focused on human factors in e-Navigation. The simulations were conducted at Chalmers University of Technology in Sweden and focused on the human factors in e-Navigation. Multiple services, ranging from a digitized form of navigational warnings to an interactive VTS-reporting system, were tested by the mariners on a full-bridge simulator while wearing eye-trackers and galvanic skin response devices to detect emotional changes. Read the full article: