The INCASS project is a multifaceted project bringing together a range of experienced and dedicated partners in order to tackle the issue of ship inspection, identification of high-risk and sub-standard ships, providing access to information related to ship surveys independent of the ship flag state and inspection regime. Moreover the project tend to incorporate enhanced and harmonized cooperation of maritime stakeholders. Its main aim is to avoid ship accidents, promote maritime safety and protect the environment. Machinery and structural data from ship operations, inspection data and failures, is very valuable and could be used much more effectively to maximize benefits to the shipping business and the wider community.
|Duration:||01.11.2013 till 30.04.2017|
|Donee:||German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence GmbH|
Seventh Framework Programme of the European Union
|Partner:||LLOYD'S REGISTER, RINA SERVICES, UIB, GLAFCOS MARINE, BUREAU VERITAS, AES, TSI, SHIPCON LIMASSOL, DANAOS SHIPPING, AP&A LTD|
|Application Field:||Logistics, Production and Consumer|
Marine Inspection Robotic Assistant System (06.2009- 06.2012)
Marine Inspection Robotic Assistant SystemMagnet Crawler II
Inspection Robot for Enhanced Ship Safety
The INCASS consortium aims to bring an innovative solution to the ship inspection regime through the introduction of enhanced inspection of ship structures based on robotic platforms, providing ship structures and machinery with realtime information using ‘intelligent’ sensors and incorparate structural and machinery risk analysis.