How to Enable Safe and Regulated Autonomous Systems
In a recent webinar held in Australia, experts from Frazer-Nash Consultancy were joined by Trusted Autonomous Systems, discussing the critical journey towards implementing autonomous systems and regulation in the maritime industry.
During the event, our experts bring to life the journey towards delivering world-leading autonomous and robotic technologies, and how to potentially overcome the complex challenges of enabling safe and regulated autonomous systems at sea.
Rita Arrigo, Digital Innovation Lead at Frazer-Nash Consultancy, chaired the event and was joined by Rob Dickie, Group Leader at Frazer-Nash Consultancy, and Rachel Horne, Director of Autonomy Accreditation at Trusted Autonomous Systems.
The experts explored a number of topics using real examples to bring them to life, during our one-hour, interactive webinar. These included:
- The value of autonomous systems in the maritime industry
- The environmental, operational and safety benefits of enabling safe and regulated autonomous systems
- The growth of human and machine 'teaming' and how this model can provide assistance in challenging environments
- How regulatory requirements and frameworks for autonomous maritime vessels, including Collision Avoidance, are communicated and developed – and the capabilities and competencies required in order to meet regulation
- Digitising codes of conduct to simplify regulations and get vessels in the water in the fastest, safest way possible
- The future of regulating and assuring technology to enable it to be utilised in a way that hasn’t previously been seen
- Approaches to autonomy that will complement and support human-machine teaming
Visit Trusted Autonomous Systems to find out more.