TRB Special Report 273 - Shipboard Automatic Identification System Displays: Meeting the Needs of Mariners assesses the state of the art in Automatic Identification System (AIS) display technologies, evaluates current system designs and their capabilities, and reviews the relevant human factors aspects associated with operating these systems.
Transportation Research Board. 2003. Shipboard Automatic Identification System Displays: Meeting the Needs of Mariners -- Special Report 273. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. https://doi.org/10.17226/10708.
|2 Variability in Operations||43-58|
|3 Recent Experience with Automatic Identification Systems and Shipboard Displays||59-77|
|4 Determining Requirements for Shipboard Display of Automatic Identification System Information||78-104|
|5 Human Factors Considerations for Automatic Identification System Interface Design||105-142|
|6 Conclusions and Recommendations||143-156|
|Appendix A Workshop to Explore Automatic Identification System Display Technology and Human Factors Issues||157-172|
|Appendix B Report on Committee Subgroup Trip to Europe July 25–August 4, 2002||173-176|
|Appendix C Shipboard Display of Automatic Identification System Requirements||177-192|
|Study Committee Biographical Information||193-197|
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