• Academics' perception of systems engineering and applied research projects 

      Honoré-Livermore, Evelyn; Fossum, Knut Robert; Veitch, Erik Aleksander (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021)
      There is an increased complexity in applied research projects that demand more researcher skills, especially in managing the research project and interdisciplinary work. Researchers receive little training in how to manage ...
    • Collaborative Work with Highly Automated Marine Navigation Systems 

      Veitch, Erik Aleksander; Dybvik, Henrikke; Steinert, Martin; Alsos, Ole Andreas (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2022)
      In navigation applications, Artificial Intelligence (AI) can improve efficiency and decision making. It is not clear, however, how designers should account for human cooperation when integrating AI systems in navigation ...
    • Dataset on passenger acceptance during autonomous ferry public trials: Questionnaires and interviews 

      Veitch, Erik Aleksander; Alsos, Ole Andreas; Saghafian, Mina; Petermann, Felix-Marcel; Sitompul, Taufik Akbar; Park, Jooyoung (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2024)
      This paper presents a dataset from the first public trial of an urban autonomous passenger ferry. The dataset contains questionnaires designed to assess passenger acceptance in terms of perceived safety, trustworthiness, ...
    • Developing a video game for research and prototyping of unmanned maritime vessels 

      Hanssen, Mikael Røsbak (Master thesis, 2022)
      I følge av nylig utvikling innen autonomy og kunstig intelligens, har det vært en betydelig framgang innen forsking for autonome kjøretøy, særlig innen passasjertransport. Selv om det er selvkjørende biler som har fått ...
    • Exploring Challenges with Designing and Developing Shore Control Centres (SCCs) for Autonomous Ships 

      Dybvik, Henrikke; Veitch, Erik Aleksander; Steinert, Martin (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2020)
      The concept of remotely operated, unmanned, and autonomous ships is creating increasing interest in the maritime domain, promising safety, increased efficiency and sustainability. Shore control centers (SCCs) have been ...
    • From captain to button-presser: operators’ perspectives on navigating highly automated ferries 

      Veitch, Erik Aleksander; Christensen, Kim Alexander; Log, Markus Metallinos; Valestrand, Erik Thule; Lundheim, Sigurd Hilmo; Nesse, Martin; Alsos, Ole Andreas; Steinert, Martin (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2022)
      Teaming with Artificial Intelligence (AI) is changing the way seafarers work. We show that a new kind of seafaring is emerging, characterized by cooperation with AI systems. In this format of seafaring, navigation tasks ...
    • Human-Centered Explainable Artificial Intelligence for Marine Autonomous Surface Vehicles 

      Veitch, Erik Aleksander; Alsos, Ole Andreas (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021)
      Explainable Artificial Intelligence (XAI) for Autonomous Surface Vehicles (ASVs) addresses developers’ needs for model interpretation, understandability, and trust. As ASVs approach wide-scale deployment, these needs are ...
    • Human‑centred risk assessment for a land‑based control interface for an autonomous vessel 

      Hoem, Åsa Snilstveit; Veitch, Erik Aleksander; Vasstein, Kjetil (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2022)
      Autonomous ferries are providing new opportunities for urban transport mobility. With this change comes a new risk picture, which is characterised to a large extent by the safe transition from autonomous mode to manual ...
    • milliAmpere: An Autonomous Ferry Prototype 

      Brekke, Edmund Førland; Eide, Egil; Eriksen, Bjørn-Olav Holtung; Wilthil, Erik Falmår; Breivik, Morten; Skjellaug, Even; Helgesen, Øystein Kaarstad; Lekkas, Anastasios M.; Martinsen, Andreas Bell; Thyri, Emil Hjelseth; Torben, Tobias Valentin Rye; Veitch, Erik Aleksander; Alsos, Ole Andreas; Johansen, Tor Arne (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2022)
      In this paper, we summarize the experiences with the autonomous passenger ferry development prototype milliAmpere, which has been used as a test platform in several research projects at the Norwegian University of Science ...
    • NTNU Shore Control Lab: Designing shore control centres in the age of autonomous ships 

      Alsos, Ole Andreas; Veitch, Erik Aleksander; Pantelatos, Leander Spyridon; Vasstein, Kjetil; Eide, Egil; Petermann, Felix-Marcel; Breivik, Morten (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2022)
      As highly automated ships become unmanned, their operators will move into shore-based control centers. In the last years, NTNU has built an advanced and flexible research infrastructure for performing research on autonomous ...
    • A systematic review of human-AI interaction in autonomous ship systems 

      Veitch, Erik Aleksander; Alsos, Ole Andreas (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2022)
      Automation is increasing in shipping. Advancements in Artificial Intelligence (AI) applications like collision avoidance and computer vision have the potential to augment or take over the roles of ship navigators. However, ...
    • Toward an integrated project complexity narrative – A case study of academic organizations 

      Fossum, Knut Robert; Honoré-Livermore, Evelyn; Veitch, Erik Aleksander; Haskins, Cecilia; Palmer, Erika (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2022)
      The last decade has seen a growing interest in the benefits of applying project management (PM) and system engineering (SE) in an integrated way toward complex projects and programs. The concept of project complexity ...