This video gives a short overview on the history and thought process behind the fishing vessel safety apps SCraMP and FVdrills. App Store links for the apps are:
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McCue, L., “Utilization of KNN Algorithms on AIS data for Enhanced Maritime Domain Awareness,” Technology, Systems and Ships, Washington, DC, June 18-20, 2019.
Briscoe, M., McCue, L., and Lumme, D., “Implementing and Integrating an engineering video game into a variety of educational contexts,” 2019 ASEE Annual Conference and Exposition, Tampa, Florida, June, 2019.
Briscoe, M., McCue, L., Kring, D., and Craig, M., “Gamifying Engineering: Initial data and results from implementing a naval engineering video game (work in progress),” 2019 ASEE Southeastern Section Conference, Rayleigh, NC, March 10-12, 2019.
I get asked from time to time for a video how-to for using SCraMP. So, here you go!
Cooper, M. and McCue, L., “Design of a Controller for Autonomous Vessel Recovery Utilizing the Prediction of Host Vessel Motions,” Naval Engineers Journal, Volume 129, Number 1, 1 March 2017, pp. 117-131(15).
While this site has been dormant the last few years, it is back live now – I have re-entered academia joining the Mechanical Engineering faculty at George Mason University. Enthusiastic prospective students are encourage to reach out as I am actively recruiting PhD students.