ISCSS 2022 - Human machine teaming in ship control
After difficult times for research and industry and a period of online conferences, we are very excited to launch the call for papers for iSCSS 2022, which we aim to organize at Delft University of Technology in the Netherlands. Our aim for 2022 is ‘human machine teaming in ship control’, which strives to get the best out of collaboration between the human and control systems.
While the complexity of operations at sea continue to increase, society demands maritime operations to be intelligent, sustainable, and safe, both for naval and commercial operations. To achieve these goals, we need to grasp the opportunity novel technologies like autonomous systems and artificial intelligence provide, while ensuring we involve the human when needed, in design and in operation of control systems.
We are very excited to go to Delft University of Technology to inspire and be inspired by the young generation. During iSCSS 2022, we also expect to finally sail multiple autonomous vessels in the Collaborative Autonomous Shipping Experience (CASE). Thus, we are truly looking forward to excellent contributions from naval and commercial industry, academia, research industry and off course young professionals competing for the Sir Donald Gosling Award.
Call for Papers
The Technical Advisory Committee encourages synopses from all areas of industry, academia and government. Prospective authors are invited to submit titles, keywords and synopses of between 250 and 500 words, with text only to the INEC & iSCSS 2022 Technical Advisory Committee online.
The synopsis should introduce the topic and its relevance, the proposed method or approach to be discussed in the paper and the expected results and (direction of the) conclusions. Successful authors will be asked to develop their abstract and submit a full technical paper of up to 4000 words. All papers will be reviewed based on technical quality, relevance and their potential for generating interest and discussion. Some papers may be included in IMarEST publications after the conference, subject to the author(s)’ permission. All presentations will be in the English language.
Abstracts are requested that address a number of key themes:
Intelligent - Autonomous sailing - Autonomous systems - Predictive maintenance - Crew optimization - Big data analysis - Remote operations - Data driven modelling and optimization - Connectivity - Pulsed power weapons
Sustainable - Energy management - Energy storage - Control of DC power systems - Control of hybrid power systems - Alternative power sources - Marine electrification - Simulation Based Training - Alternative fuels
Safe - Explainable Artificial Intelligence - Extended reality - Human Factors - Cyber Security - Path planning - Electronic system safety - Predictable Man Machine Interaction - Safety criticality