The 180 page DYNAV Manual is being produced by 20KTS+ to support
fast craft navigation and enhance performance and safety.
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The DYNAV Manual includes the following topics:
The DYNAV Manual has been produced with the cooperation of a multi-national group of subject matter experts. These include:
The DYNAV Manual has been developed on a foundation of previously published scientific and specialist documents. Examples of these reference documents include:
Hill, J., Forsman, F., Brand, T. and Dobbins, T. (2014) Risk, Competence, Interoperability and Qualifications For Fast Craft Operations’. Conference proceedings; RINA Human Factors Conference Proceedings. London, UK.
Dobbins, T., Forsman, F., Hill, J., Brand, T., Dahlman, J., Harris, D., Smoker, A., Stark J. and MacKinnon, S. (2013) Information Architecture for Fast Response Craft – Command & Control & Human Systems Integration. Conference Proceedings; RINA SURV-8 conference, Poole, UK.
Forsman, F., Dahlman, J. and Dobbins, T. (2011) Developing a Standard Methodology For Dynamic Navigation in the Littoral Environment. Conference Proceedings; RINA Human Factors in Ship Design Conference, London, November, 2011.
Dobbins, T., Harris, D., Smoker, A., Hill, J., Dahlman, J., Forsman, F., Brand, T., and Stark, J. (2010) High speed craft command & control: a model of navigation and crew interaction to enhance performance and safety in the harsh shock and vibration maritime environment. Conference Proceedings; NAV-10, Royal Institute of Navigation, London.
Dobbins, T., Dahlman, J. & Stark, J. (2009) High Speed Craft Command & Control - A Preliminary Model. Conference Proceedings. European Human Factors & Ergonomics Conference. Linkoping, Sweden.