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State-of-the-art research on motion control of maritime autonomous surface ships


"At present, with the development of waterborne transport vehicles, research on ship faces a new round of challenges in terms of intelligence and autonomy. The concept of Maritime Autonomous Surface Ships (MASS) has been put forward by the International Maritime Organization in 2017, in which MASS become the new focus of the waterborne transportation industry. This paper elaborates on the state-of-..." [More...]

State-of-the-art research on motion control of maritime autonomous surface ships. L. Wang, Q. Wu, J. Liu, S. Li, R.R. Negenborn. Journal of Marine Science and Engineering, vol. 7, no. 12, December 2019. Open access.   


Impact and relevance of transit disturbances on planning in intermodal container networks


"In North-West Europe, the options for intermodal inland transportation of containers are increasing. Inland corridors become increasingly interconnected in hinterland networks. To minimize operating costs, new methods are required that allow integral network operations management. The network operations consist of allocating containers to available inland transportation services, i.e. planning. Fo..." [More...]

Impact and relevance of transit disturbances on planning in intermodal container networks. B. van Riessen, R.R. Negenborn, G. Lodewijks, R. Dekker. Maritime Economics & Logistics, vol. 17, pp. 440-463, December 2015.   


Survey on autonomous surface vessels: Part II - Categorization of 60 prototypes and future applications


"Autonomous Surface Vessels (ASVs) have been developed for more than 20 years. Many ASV projects have been successfully realized, and as many are still under development. In literature there is a lack in research about different applications and suitable environments for the deployment of ASV. In our previous paper [44], we introduced the emerging concept of autonomous vessels. A multi-layer multi-..." [More...]

Survey on autonomous surface vessels: Part II - Categorization of 60 prototypes and future applications. M. Schiaretti, L. Chen, R.R. Negenborn. In Proceedings of the 8th International Conference on Computational Logistics (ICCL 2017), Southampton, UK, pp. 234-252, October 2017.   


Survey on autonomous surface vessels: Part II - Categorization of 60 prototypes and future applications


"Autonomous Surface Vessels (ASVs) have been developed for more than 20 years. Many ASV projects have been successfully realized, and as many are still under development. In literature there is a lack in research about different applications and suitable environments for the deployment of ASV. In our previous paper [44], we introduced the emerging concept of autonomous vessels. A multi-layer multi-..." [More...]

Survey on autonomous surface vessels: Part II - Categorization of 60 prototypes and future applications. M. Schiaretti, L. Chen, R.R. Negenborn. In Proceedings of the 8th International Conference on Computational Logistics (ICCL 2017), Southampton, UK, pp. 234-252, October 2017.   


State-of-the-art research on motion control of maritime autonomous surface ships


"At present, with the development of waterborne transport vehicles, research on ship faces a new round of challenges in terms of intelligence and autonomy. The concept of Maritime Autonomous Surface Ships (MASS) has been put forward by the International Maritime Organization in 2017, in which MASS become the new focus of the waterborne transportation industry. This paper elaborates on the state-of-..." [More...]

State-of-the-art research on motion control of maritime autonomous surface ships. L. Wang, Q. Wu, J. Liu, S. Li, R.R. Negenborn. Journal of Marine Science and Engineering, vol. 7, no. 12, December 2019. Open access.   


State-of-the-art research on motion control of maritime autonomous surface ships


"At present, with the development of waterborne transport vehicles, research on ship faces a new round of challenges in terms of intelligence and autonomy. The concept of Maritime Autonomous Surface Ships (MASS) has been put forward by the International Maritime Organization in 2017, in which MASS become the new focus of the waterborne transportation industry. This paper elaborates on the state-of-..." [More...]

State-of-the-art research on motion control of maritime autonomous surface ships. L. Wang, Q. Wu, J. Liu, S. Li, R.R. Negenborn. Journal of Marine Science and Engineering, vol. 7, no. 12, December 2019. Open access.   


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