Integrated Ship Environmental Management System (IS-EMS)
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DOD / NAVY
The Phase I effort will include a detailed analysis identifying the fundamental requirements needed to effectively develop an Integrated Ship Environmental Management System (IS-EMS). A ship to shore infrastructure will be defined that will accommodateindividual, ship-and shore-based environmental policy requirements within a PC-based software system. It will employ a seamless combination of policy compliance, program management, automatic feedback and connectivity.Sonalysts will examine several Sonalysts' technologies as well as EMS technologies during the Phase I study for potential leverage into the Phase II prototype system. These include: TRIADT, wXstationT as well as representative, robust EMS systems.Phase II will include development of a small-scale IS-EMS system focused on a shipboard safety organization. This research will significantly contribute to development of a fully functional IS-EMS system that will support individual and team training and policy compliance within a total ship-to-shore environment. We anticipate that the technology developedunder this SBIR topic will be employed in future naval ships (DD-X, CVNX, etc.) as well as back-fitted into current platforms, and within the Navy's shore-based environmental policy monitoring infrastructure.
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