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2nd SAFEMODE Video


The 2nd SAFEMODE project Video is ready!!
Please watch the video and subscribe to the SAFEMODE EU Project channel HERE 


Human factor research for safety in maritime!


The team of the SAFEMODE project with members from ITU, CALMAC, Sapienza University of Rome, University of Strathclyde, CETENA, CHALMERS and Deep Blue is conducting experiments with seafarers using the maritime simulator at the University of Strathclyde.
For the experiments, in addition to the simulator recordings, neurophysiological and behavioral data are taken from the seafarers to assess human factors aspects of new operational solutions and recommendations.

We greatly acknowledge the support from UK Nautical Institute, Chirp Maritime, Scottish Power Renewables, and Glasgow City College.


World ATM Congress 2022


The SAFEMODE project took part in the World ATM Congress 2022. The Sapienza Università di Roma and Deep Blue were hosted at the Leonardo innovation booth and showed a demo of the SAFEMODE project’s research activities and technologies.


SAFEMODE Human Assurance Toolkit


A second interview with the Wuhan University of Technology was conducted during phase one regarding the toolkit's evaluation. In this interview, we focused on the techniques Scenario Based Design and Eye-tracking.


SAFEMODE participation in the World ATM Congress 2022


The SAFEMODEproject will participate in the World ATM Congress 2022 (21-23 June). University of Sapienza will allow the attendees to try a demo where the methodology and technology employed in the SAFEMODE validations will be used. In particular, the attendees's brain activity (EEG signal) will be acquired while dealing with an ATC-like game and the mental workload and stress of the attendee will be assessed and shown in real-time.