Demonstrating a strong system safety argument is a critical part of any safety assurance process. This demonstration attests to an autonomous system’s capacity to meet safety requirements and is a crucial step for enabling true integration of highly automated and autonomous systems into the air, maritime, and land domains. Without this process it is difficult […]
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By Beth Cardier, TAS Fellow How can we know whether a transfer of meaning between a person and a machine is meaningful enough for control which is morally responsible? This question was posed by NATO’s Science and Technology Organisation in a workshop run in collaboration with the Netherlands Organisation for Applied Scientific Research (TNO) and […]
By Rachel Horne, Assurance of Autonomy Activity Lead, TAS “Autonomous and Remotely Operated Vessels: 2021 to 2040”  is a newly published paper considering the future of autonomous vessels. It forms part of the Maritime Industry Australia Limited (MIAL) Future Leaders White Paper: Predictions for the Australian Maritime Industry 2040. The paper considers: What are […]