The tests of a tethered flying drone built in the SARA project took place onboard Nawigator XXI. The project is run at the Faculty of Navigation under the direction of prof. Lucjan Gucma in cooperation with Italian and Danish partners.
In the period 16-25 January 2019, the sixth session of the Sub-Committee on Navigation, Communication and Search and Rescue (NCSR) of the International Maritime Organisation (IMO) was held in London under the supervision of Mr Ringo Lakeman from the Dutch Ministry of Infrastructure and Water Management.
In the period 3- 7 December 2018, the 100th Session of the Maritime Safety Committee (MSC) of the International Maritime Organization was held in London.
On 3rd and 4th December 2018, the Dean of the Faculty of Navigation, Paweł Zalewski, DSc. Eng. Professor of MUS and Professor Lucjan Gucma, DSc. Eng. took part in the EGNSS consultation panel for users of marine and inland water ways during the European Space Week in Marseille, France.
In the period 21-24.10.2018, participants of the New Horizons project who are also students of Hydrography, supervised by Grzegorz Zaniewicz, MSc, took part in a training on the use and operation of Hypack software. The training was held at Gdańsk University of Technology.
The project entitled: "Development of a technology for acquisition and exploration of gravimetric data of the foreshore and seashore of Polish maritime areas" (MORGAV) obtained co-financing as a part of measure 4.1 Research and Development, sub-measure 04 "Application Projects" of the Smart Growth Operational Programme 2014-2020 co-financed from the resources of the European Regional Development Fund.
The prototype of an autonomous vessel was created in the Department of Naval Architecture and Shipbuilding. The vessel model is 3.15 m long, 0.46 m wide and has the draught of 0.17 m.
On 10-11.09.2018 the first technical tests of the unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) designed for precise detection of people and other objects in water took place. The construction of the drone specialized for this purpose is the goal of the SARA (Search and Rescue Aid and Surveillance using High EGNSS Accuracy) project.
The Faculty of Navigation, as a part of its cooperation with the West Pomeranian Regional Sailing Association and the Professor Jerzy Stelmach Maritime Science Centre, has joined the activity of the Children's University - Szczecin School of Cabin Boys.
In the period 27 – 29.06.2018, the third international Autonomous Ship Technology Symposium was held in Amsterdam.