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J. Ocean Eng. Technol. 2010;24(1):178-184.
A Study on Knowledge Based-AR System for Pipe Maintenance Support in Offshore Structure
Kim Chung-Hyun,Lee Kyung-Ho,Lee Jung-Min,Kim Dea-Seok,Han Eun-Jung
Dept. of Naval Architecture and Ocean Engineering Inha University Graduate School,Dept. of Naval Architecture Engineering Inha University,Dept. of Naval Architecture and Ocean Engineering Inha University Graduate School,Dept. of Naval Architecture an
해양구조물에서의 파이프정비 지원을 위한 지식기반형 증강현실 시스템에 관한 연구
인하대학교 대학원 조선해양공학과,인하대학교 선박해양공학과,인하대학교 대학원 조선해양공학과,인하대학교 대학원 조선해양공학과,인하대학교 선박해양공학과
Key Words: Augmented reality, Ubiquitous sensor network, Knowledge based system, P&ID
핵심용어: 증강현실, 유비쿼터스 센서 네트워크, 지식기반 시스템, 배관 계통도
Today, there has been a decrease in international shipping because of the weakening in global economies. Therefore, shipowners are thinking more about Floating Production Storage and Offloading (FPSO), which can perform functions related to the transporting, storage, and tracking of crude oil from oil wells. Given the huge expense of these special ships, shipowners require workers who can solve problems quickly and secure sustainable production functions in this age of globalization. Furthermore, it is important to design, construct, and maintain facilities so that a ship remains in operation over a long term. This paper discusses a system that uses knowledge-based AR to help workers improve their understanding and deal with pipeline equipment problems safely. In addition, it displays a 3CAD model and status information for products to improve their recognition on the FPSO that they intend to inspect. At the same time, the system works quickly and offers solutions for dangerous circumstances or malfunctions. It thus helps to maintain the functionality of the FPSO throughout its life-cycle.


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