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15. Sbas-enabled maritime receiver


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15. Sbas-enabled maritime receiver

  1. 1. SBAS-enabled Maritime Receiver Fundamental Elements InfoDay 2018 Prague, 14th March Manuel Lopez, Waterborne Sector
  2. 2. Context 2 • Satellite-based Augmentation Systems are included in the IMO Res. MSC.401 (95) on Performance Standards for Multi-System Shipborne Radionavigation Receivers • SBAS is already adopted in shipborne receivers providing increased accuracy. • However, today there is no maritime Standard or Guidelines for the implementation of SBAS in shipborne receivers and the majority of these implementations do not take into account the information related to the system integrity messages that is already broadcasted by SBAS. • To complement IMO Res. MSC.401(95), ‒ RCTM SC-104 on DGNSS created a SBAS subgroup in 2016 to prepare Guidelines for the implementation of SBAS in shipborne receivers and draft test specifications for a safety service compliant with IMO Res. A.1046. ‒ IEC TC 80 is expected to finalise test specifications for the type approval of multisystem shipborne radionavigation receivers with the support of RTCM by 2020.
  3. 3. Implementation of EGNOS using integrity data in shipborne receivers Name Type Summary Max.budget EGNOS Maritime Receiver Development, Test and Validation Grant Objectives: (1) Secure the availability of commercial products from European manufacturers of SBAS-enabled Shipborne Receivers. (2) Develop and test SBAS-enabled Shipborne Receivers according to the draft Guidelines, for the implementation of SBAS, submitted to RTCM. This includes: a. Receiver firmware update, taking into account: i. The minimum set of SBAS Messages to be processed by a maritime receiver in compliance to IMO Resolution A.1046 operational requirements using SBAS SIS corrections and integrity data. ii. The recommended processing of messages as well as the system alerts in compliance to the requirements of IMO Res. A. 1046. b. Static and Dynamic Test Campaign in the laboratory. c. Dynamic Test Campaign on a vessel. (3) Support the finalisation of the draft Guidelines based on the results of the implementation and the results of the tests. (4) Support the SBAS standardisation process at RTCM and IEC including the definition of tests specifications for the type approval. The support may include attendance to meetings and preparation of test specifications. 1 Mil EUR
  4. 4. 4 Development of SBAS-enabled Shipborne Receivers Summary and objectives MAREC Start Date: 01/03/2018 Duration: 24 months Budget: 714,285 € EU Contribution: 500.000 € Participants: Kongsberg Seatex The MAREC project will contribute to the ongoing work with SBAS standardisation for SOLAS and non-SOLAS applications both for navigations equipment and for AIS. The aim is to have guidelines for the implementation of SBAS in maritime available and to contribute to the work on test specifications. The project will create awareness of the benefits of using SBAS. The algorithms will be implemented in several receivers and tested in a laboratory and in a real environment.
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