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Course Name
Turkish E-Seyir Sistemleri
English E-Navigation Systems
Course Code
MTM 301 Credit Lecture
Semester 5
- 2 1 -
Course Language English
Course Coordinator Serdar Kum
Course Objectives 1. To teach and get ability fundamental principles of Radar and ARPA, limitations and obtaining efficient usages,
2. To teach and get ability fundamental principles of ECDIS, limitations and obtaining efficient usage,
3. To teach Integrated Bridge and Navigation Systems,
4. To teach effective usage of those equipment for safe navigation.
Course Description The basic theory of Radar. Radar controls. Radar plotting and exercises. Automatic Radar Plotting Aid (ARPA). ARPA symbols and controls use Radar and ARPA to ensure safe navigation. Electronic charts and ECDIS. Automatic Identification System (AIS). Long-range identification and tracking system (LRIT). Voyage Data Recorder (VDR). IMO performance standards. Integrated Bridge Systems. E-navigation applications.
Course Outcomes Students who pass the course will be able to;
I. Learn about general, operational principles and usage of Radar and ARPA,
II. Learn about general, operational principles and usage of ECDIS,
III. Learn about assessing information gathering from Radar, ARPA and ECDIS with their limitations for safety of navigation,
IV. Learn about other bridge electronic equipment with their interactions,
V. Learn about Integrated Bridge and Navigation Systems, their effective usage for safe navigation and avoiding collision.
Required Facilities Exercises for operating electronic navigation devices on training ships, and also simulation exercises in the simulators centre/CBT.
Other Radar/ARPA/ECDIS/AIS/VDR: Operational principles, functions, usage and IMO Performance standards.
Investigation of various radars and their cathode ray tubes.
Making different plotting by using Radar/ARPA.
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