The research project COSINUS investigates the integration of on-bord navigation systems with maritime traffic control systems on shore.
It targets the generation of consistent situational awareness of staff on bord and on shore in order to avoid collision and grounding - despite continously growing density of maritime traffic. Central research topics are adaptive data communication and compression, manoeuver planning and simualtion, exchange and fusion of manoeuver, route, weather, hydrologic and bathymetric data as well as new adaptive human-machine interfaces. Cosinus is part of the open research platform eMIR - eMaritime Integrated Research platform - and an associated project of the research center "Critical Systems Engineering".
Mazen Salous, Heiko Müller, André Bolles and Axel Hahn; Scientific Journals of the Maritime University of Szczecin; 2015
Mazen Salous, Heiko Müller, Andre Bolles and Axel Hahn; 16th Marine Traffic Engineering Conference and International Symposium Information on Ships; 10 / 2015
Mazen Salous, André Bolles, Daniela Nicklas, Henning Mextorf; Datenbanksysteme für Business, Technologie und Web (BTW); 03 / 2015
Hahn, Axel and Schweigert, Sören and Gollücke, Volker and Buschmann, Carsten; The 16th Marine Traffic Engineering Conference and International Symposium Information on Ships MTE-ISIS 2015; 10 / 2015
Andre BollesAxel HahnMichael BraunSven RohdeMichael GluchKnud Benedict; Proceedings of the 2014 International Symposium for Information on Ships; 09 / 2014
Sören Schweigert, Volker Gollücke, Axel Hahn, André Bolles; Proceedings of 2nd International Symposium of Naval Architecture and Maritime; 10 / 2014
Axel Hahn, André Bolles, Knud Benedict; Proceedings of 15th Annual IAMU Annual General Assembly; 10 / 2014
Christoph DibbernAxel HahnSören Schweigert; ECMS; 2014
Arne Stasch, André Bolles, Axel Hahn; Proceedings of 2nd International Symposium of Naval Architecture and Maritime; 10 / 2014