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voyage data recorders practical experiences in vdrs potential spin offs and the future
Voyage Data Recorders: Practical experiences in VDRs, potential spin-offs and the future

IMCC

Chris WinkleyManaging Partner - The MHC Partnership

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Voyage Data Recorders: Practical experiences in VDRs, potential spin-offs and the future

IMCC

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Chris WinkleyManaging Partner - The MHC Partnership

voyage data recorders
Voyage Data Recorders
  • Practicalities
voyage data recorders1
Voyage Data Recorders
  • Practicalities
  • A brief history:
key criteria1
Key Criteria
  • All types of incident
key criteria2
Key Criteria
  • All types of incident
  • Produce hard data
key criteria3
Key Criteria
  • All types of incident
  • Produce hard data
  • User friendly/accessible in real time
key criteria4
Key Criteria
  • All types of incident
  • Produce hard data
  • User friendly/accessible in real time
  • For any type of vessel
slide12

Items to be recorded

  • Bridge Audio
  • Date and Time
slide13

Items to be recorded

  • Bridge Audio
  • Date and Time
  • Ship’s position
slide14

Items to be recorded

  • Bridge Audio
  • Date and Time
  • Ship’s position
  • Speed
slide15

Items to be recorded

  • Bridge Audio
  • Date and Time
  • Ship’s position
  • Speed
  • Heading
slide16

Items to be recorded

  • Bridge Audio
  • Date and Time
  • Ship’s position
  • Speed
  • Heading
  • Radar
slide17

Additional Items to be recorded

  • Ship’s VHF communications
  • Echo Sounder
  • Bridge Alarms status
  • Rudder angle demand and response }
  • Hull openings status }
  • Watertight and fire door status }
  • Hull stress monitor outputs }
  • Wind speed and direction}

Where appropriate

slide18

Voyage Data Recorders and the IMO

  • IMO Resolution A.861(20)

- Adopted on 27 November 1997 -

  • Performance Standards for Shipborne Voyage Data Recorders (VDRs)
slide20

Simplified Voyage Data Recorders

  • Existing vessels
  • Costs – Number of ships involved
slide21

Simplified Voyage Data Recorders

  • Existing vessels
  • Costs – Number of ships involved
  • Technical difficulties
slide22

Simplified Voyage Data Recorders

  • Bridge Audio
  • Date and Time
  • Ship’s position
  • Speed
  • Heading
  • Radar
slide25

What Benefits

  • Incident investigation
slide26

What Benefits

  • Incident investigation
  • Training and monitoring
slide27

What Benefits

  • Incident investigation
  • Training and monitoring
  • Assessment of response to emergencies
slide28

What Benefits

  • Incident investigation
  • Training and monitoring
  • Assessment of response to emergencies
  • Promoting best practice
slide29

What Benefits

  • Incident investigation
  • Training and monitoring
  • Assessment of response to emergencies
  • Promoting best practice
  • REDUCTION IN INSURANCE LOSSES
slide30

Summary of incidents where VDR evidence has been used

  • A vessel berthing at the builders yard for guarantee dry docking hit a jetty when under yard pilotage, sustaining $150,000 steel damage
  • A vessel dragged its anchor in high winds and touched another ship anchored to leeward.
  • A high speed craft incurred a close quarters incident with HM warship.
  • Vessel entering port in narrow channel struck an underwater object.
  • Vessel leaving N.W European port hit coaster glancing blow, with limited damage.
slide32

Ownership of VDR recorded data: IMO A.861(20)

  • ……… Information contained in a VDR should be made available to both the Administrator and the shipowner ………….
  • The EU adds in its Directive :-
slide33

Ownership of VDR recorded data:EU 2002/59/EC

  • ………. Data which has been collected from a VDR system shall be made available to the member State concerned in the event……..

This was followed up by the issue by IMO of Guidelines on Ownership and Recovery which laid down 5 basic rules covering :-

slide35

VDR recorded data

  • Ownership
  • Recovery
slide36

VDR recorded data

  • Ownership
  • Recovery
  • Custody
slide37

VDR recorded data

  • Ownership
  • Recovery
  • Custody
  • Read-Out
slide38

VDR recorded data

  • Ownership
  • Recovery
  • Custody
  • Read-Out
  • Access
slide39

The Future of VDRs

  • Revisit standards in light of :-
  • Experience gained
  • Advances in technology
slide40

VDRs – The Future

  • Widening of carriage Requirements
  • Tonnage
  • Voyage Routes
slide41

VDRs – The Future

  • IMO
  • MSC meeting Oct 2007
slide42

VDRs – The Future

EU

  • EMDM Project
slide43

EMDM – Experts Group

  • Accident Investigators
  • Maritime Lawyer
  • Maritime Union
  • Naval Architect
  • VDR Specialists
slide44

EMDM – Experts Group:

  • Maritime Insurance & Underwriter
slide45

Voyage Data Recorders

  • The end of the beginning
  • A practical approach to improved marine safety
slide46

IMCC – VDR/CJW

Voyage Data Recorders

Chris WinkleyManaging Partner - The MHC Partnership

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Voyage Data Recorders: Practical experiences in VDRs, potential spin-offs and the future

IMCC

Chris WinkleyManaging Partner - The MHC Partnership

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