MARINE INTEGRATED NAVIGATION SYSTEM

Nicholas S. Christopher

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Abstract: THIS PAPER DESCRIBES a new concept for solving the age-old “navigation problem” confronting the conning officer on commercial seagoing vessels. Unlike other navigational devices, this total systems approach stresses the point that in order for a system to be truly effective it, must be capable of (a) collecting all available navigational data rapidly on a continuous basis, (b) weighing and evaluating this data in much the same fashion as an experienced conning officer would, and (c) selecting the best course of action to follow under a given set of conditions.
Published in: NAVIGATION, Journal of the Institute of Navigation, Volume 16, Number 4
Pages: 419 - 423
Cite this article: Christopher, Nicholas S., "MARINE INTEGRATED NAVIGATION SYSTEM", NAVIGATION, Journal of The Institute of Navigation, Vol. 16, No. 4, Winter 1969-1970, pp. 419-423.
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