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2001
Springer

Electronic maneuvering board and dead reckoning tracer decision aid for the officer of the deck

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Electronic maneuvering board and dead reckoning tracer decision aid for the officer of the deck
Statement and AbstractProblem Statement and AbstractProblem Statement and AbstractProblem Statement and Abstract The U.S. Navy currently bases the majority of our contact management decisions around a time and manning intensive paperbased Maneuvering Board (MOBOARD) process. The use of Maneuvering Boards is a perishable skill that has a steep learning curve. In order to overcome inherent human error, it is not uncommon to have up to four people simultaneously involved in solving just one maneuvering problem. Additional manning requirements are involved on many Naval Ships in order to accurately convey the information to the Officer of the Deck (OOD) and/or the Commanding Officer. When given situations where there exist multiple contacts, the current system is quickly overwhelmed and may not provide Commanding Officers and OODs a complete and accurate picture in a timely manner. The purpose of this research is to implement a stand-alone system that will provide timely and accurate conta...
Kenneth L. Ehresman, Joey L. Frantzen
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Type Conference
Year 2001
Where SIGADA
Authors Kenneth L. Ehresman, Joey L. Frantzen
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