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Accuracy of bathymetric data in electronic navigational charts

Autorzy Weintrit, A. 
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Języki publikacji EN
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EN Navigational charts are essential tools for marine navigation. But how accurate are the navigational charts that we use when going sailing? Do we really know how much faith can be placed in them? All charts, whether paper or electronic, contain data, which varies in quality due to the age and accuracy of individual surveys. In general, remote areas away from shipping routes tend to be less well surveyed, and less frequently, while areas of high commercial traffic are re-surveyed frequently to very high levels of accuracy, particularly where under-keel clearances are small. It is quite accurate to consider a chart as a jigsaw of individual surveys pieced together to form a single image. Having the necessary skills to determine how much confidence should be placed in the surveys, which combine to form a chart, should be a requirement for any sailor venturing into unfamiliar waters. When the International Hydrographic Organization (IHO) developed the S-57 standard for Electronic Navigational Charts (ENCs), this problem was recognized and it was decided that the quality of survey data used to compile ENCs had to be encoded within a composite data quality indicator ‘Category of Zone of Confidence’ (CATZOC) to assist seafarers in assessing hydrographic survey data and the associated level of risk of navigating in a particular area. According to IHO S-67, the accuracy of Electronic Navigational Charts is not impressive and leaves much to be desired. The author discusses these apparent shortcomings of ENCs and present erroneous approaches to this problem, so common in the seafaring community.
Słowa kluczowe
EN marine navigation   safety at sea   international hydrographic organization   ECDIS   electronic navigational charts   accuracy   category of zone of confidence (CATZOC)  
Wydawca Wydawnictwo Naukowe Akademii Morskiej w Szczecinie
Czasopismo Zeszyty Naukowe Akademii Morskiej w Szczecinie
Rocznik 2018
Tom nr 55 (127)
Strony 60--69
Opis fizyczny Bibliogr. 13 poz., rys., tab.
Twórcy
autor Weintrit, A.
  • Gdynia Maritime University, The Faculty of Navigation 3 Jana Pawła II Ave., 81-345 Gdynia, Poland , weintrit@am.gdynia.pl
Bibliografia
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2. Gladisch, S., Ruth, T. & Jonas, M. (2017) Improving Uncertainty Visualisation in ENCs. Towards a Better Portrayal of Bathymetric Data Quality for Mariners. Hydro International 01/02/2017.
3. IHO S-4 (2017) Regulations of the IHO for International (INT) Charts and Chart Specifications of the IHO. Edition 4.7.0, International Hydrographic Organization, Monaco, July.
4. IHO S-44 (2008) IHO Standards for Hydrographic Surveys. International Hydrographic Organization, Monaco, February.
5. IHO S-57 (2014) IHO Transfer Standard for Digital Hydrographic Data. Supplementary Information for the Encoding of S-57 Edition 3.1 ENC Data. Supplement No. 3 to Edition 3.1, IHO, Monaco, June.
6. IHO S-67 (2017) Mariners’ Guide to Accuracy of Electronic Navigational Charts (ENC). Edition 0.4, International Hydrographic Organization, Monaco, April.
7. IHO S-100 (2017) Universal Hydrographic Data Model. Edition 3.0.0. International Hydrographic Organization, Monaco, April.
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12. Weintrit, A. (2018) Reliability of navigational charts and confidence in the bathymetric data presented. Scientific Journals of the Maritime University of Szczecin, Zeszyty Naukowe Akademii Morskiej w Szczecinie 54 (126), pp. 84–92.
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DOI 10.17402/302