• 2020 TRA

    The paper describes an unmanned inspection of maritime infrastructures and conducts a risk analysis on the example of German ports.

    The article was part of the 2020 Transport Research Arena in Helsinki.

  • 2020 Crane Symposium

    The article introduces advantages of digitalized cranes with examples of unmanned inspections and 3D visualization in the port of Hamburg

    Vorgestellt wurde der Artikel 2020 auf der internationelen Kranfachtagung in Magdeburg.

  • 2019 maritime 3D risk management

    The paper introduces the concept of operating UAV based 3D mapping in ports providing quantitative data for the first time.

    The study was introduced in 2019 during the annual conference of International Association of Maritime Economists (IAME) in Athens.

  • 2019 photogrammetry in ports

    The paper introduces the concept operating low cost 3D models by UAV for cost effective operations planning and facility management.

    The study was introduced in 2019 during the Marine Industry 4.0 conference of the Royal Institution of Naval Architects (RINA) in Rotterdam.

  • 2019 planning via 3D models

    The article describes chances of modern 3D plans on active defense as part of the Labs Network Industry 4.0 (LNI4.0).

    LNI 4.0 introduced innovative examples of modern planning and management in the industry.

  • 2018 HICL

    The article describes potentials of digitalization in the offshore wind logistics via unmanned systems as well as other modern approaches.

    This article was introduced in 2018 at Hamburg International Conference of Logisics (HICL).

  • 2018 UAS crane inspection

    The article introduces the concept of constructional engineering validation of container gantry cranes in ports using UAV (unmanned aerial vehicles).

    The article was presented ibn 2018 at the International Conference on Dynamics in Logistics (LDCI) in Bremen.

  • 2018 port security with UAS

    This article analyses the concept of operating unmanned systems (UAV/ ROV) in port security under the regulations of the ISPS-code.

    The article was published in the journal „Ocean Yearbook“ Volume 32 in 2018.

  • 2016 ISPS e-learning

    The article introduces the concept of port staff security training according to ISPS regulations using an online learning management platform.

    The article was introduced in 2016 during the annual conference of International Association of Maritime Economists (IAME) in Hamburg.

  • 2016 Future Security
    The article introduces the concept of operating unmanned systems in port facilities for security purpose according to ISPS code regulations.
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