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The Case for Safety Analysis

Summarizing, wrong assumptions while designing safety features, cruising in an uncertain and dynamic environment, while blatantly carrying out operational misuse are the prime suspects for the fall of the giant. I call them “The Usual Suspects” as they are still persistent to challenge safety in today’s systems.

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Tianlei Miao, ESR12 (RH Marine)

Tianlei Miao is part of the MSCA ETN-SAS Project as an Early Stage Researcher. The topic of this project is “Assuring Autonomous Sailing from A to B while Minimizing Operational Costs”. The aim is to minimize operational costs by combining a cost-optimization algorithm, a collision-avoidance algorithm, and situational awareness. This research will be conducted at RH Marine and in collaboration ...

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SAS poster presentation at 30 years ICRI/CIR/CITIP: Celebratory Conference

On Friday the 4th of October, Orian Dheu (ESR15) had the opportunity to present the SAS project as well as his research orientations during a poster session that took place during the Centre for IT & IP law’s celebratory event in Leuven (Belgium). He was able to promote the project as well as engage in fruitful conversations with other participants. ...

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1 PhD position in ETN SAS project

Applications are invited for 1 PhD position (Early Stage Researcher) to be funded by the Marie-Sklodowska-Curie Innovative Training Network “SAS – Safer Autonomous Systems” within the Horizon 2020 Programme of the European Commission. SAS is a consortium of high profile universities, research institutions and companies located in Belgium, United Kingdom, France, Germany, The Netherlands, Norway and Ireland. Number of positions ...

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