eMIR is a German maritime industry initiative improving safety and efficiency in maritime transport, e.g. avoiding maritime accidents under consideration of environmental aspects
- eMIR provides a framework for engineering, validation, verification, and demonstration of technological
innovations as for new cooperation and process models.
- eMIR supports user integration into the design process.
- eMIR provides practical and empirical foundation for the development of international regulations and standards.
- eMIR fosters a sustainable market position for vendors of maritime safety systems and components
Providing a generic, open communication and service platform, eMIR connects industry strengths in surveillance and control technology to a smart demonstration platform. Furthermore, it allows research for better understanding of maritime systems and offers a powerful virtual and physical testbed for system/component development, verification and validation. Polymorphic, adoptable interfaces guarantee a fast configuration of demonstration environments and testbeds.
eMIR combines the following demonstrators and services:
An integrated set of services for demonstration of e-Navigation technologies: a reference waterway from the mouth of the river Elbe to the Port of Hamburg, an experimental VTS-System, a mobile bridge system, the Research Port Bremerhaven. www.emaritime.de/services/labskaus
A virtual testbed based on Maritime Traffic Simulation, Sensor Simulators, Environment Simulators, a cognitive human behavior simulator.
Real time service for maritime integrated surveillance system in the German Bight. (EMSec)
Services for Resilient Navigation, Positioning and Timing, Maneuver Prediction and Simulation. (DLR/HSW)
Further information is available in the booklet