How to realize Smart Port

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CONTENTS
0. Intro: Introduce CyberLogitec
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1. Introduction of Smart Port
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2. How to realize Smart Port ?
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3. Expected Benefits by Case Studies
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Strength of CyberLogitec
We know Logistics & Maritime Biz, and
know how to realize it with IT Technologies
We will serve our customers continuously
 Start its business from Hanjin Shipping
 Possess reliable financial structure
 Possess logistics business domain
 ca. 80 Mil. US$ sales revenue annually
 Provide a wide range of logistics IT Solution
 Total ca. 500 employees (90% IT experts)
 Possess 3 major subsidiaries (ca. 20 branches)
(Shipping, terminal, 3rd party logistics)
Currently providing its service in 260 countries
Able to provide IT support globally
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Major experience in port area
OPUS Terminal, the solution for automated terminal operation
 Consider the feature(s) of automated terminal operation from the very first developing stage
 Support total 3 automated terminals worldwide (ca. 23% of the world)
 Possess experience of both perpendicular/parallel layout types of terminals
Our Major customers worldwide
Red : Currently operational
Non - Automated Terminal TOS Experience
Blue : Planned
Total Terminal
Intl’ Algeciras
Pusan Newport Company
Hanjin Newport Company
Automated Terminal TOS Experience
 Hanjin Newport Company
 Pusan Newport Company (op. DP World)
 Total Terminal Intl’ Algeciras
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 HJS Jacksonville Terminal (planned)
HJS Jacksonville Terminal
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 Hansol CSN Terminal
 Pyongtaek Terminal (West)
 Pyongtaek Terminal (East)
 PSA Incheon Container Terminal
 Daeryong Shipping System
 Samju Terminal
 Busan International Container Terminal
 Busan Kamchun Terminal
 Ulsan Newport Terminal
 Pohang Yeongil Newport Terminal
Operation System
 HJS Kaoshiung Container Terminal
 Total Terminals Intl’ America
(LGB, OAK, SEA)
Crisis and New Opportunities for Ports----------------------------------------6
The Answer: Smart Port--------------------------------------------------------------7
Benefits of Smart Port ---------------------------------------------------------------8
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Crisis and new challenges of ports today
Ports today are facing great challenges due to various factors.
Market volatility (Economic crisis of America & Europe)
Energy crisis
Increase of labor cost
Environmental problem
Port oversupply
(Based on each
country’s policy)
High competition between
ports in Northeast Asia
Bigger vessel size
Increasing productivity demands
(Catch-up service)
• How to overcome this high competition?
• Can ports be more a higher value-added business than ever?
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The Answer: Smart Port
Ports should be SMARTER than ever before to overcome this situation.
Smart Port: The Future Port
ECO Friendly
Intelligent energy
Green innovation
(less CO2)
High Value Added
Human Oriented
Automation
Smart TOS
Optimization (inc. AI)
Work based on
information which are
effective, accurate, reliable,
and provided in real time
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Benefits of Smart Port
At Smart Port, eco-friendly savings, value added services, and many
other benefits can be realized based on human oriented operation.
 Improve productivity : Optimize job process flow
 Drive down costs :
Apply high efficient automated EQ
 Improve safety :
Relocate personnel from dangerous area
 Optimize resources : Reduce carbon footprint
 Human oriented :
Easy information exchange & knowledge transfer
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How to realize Eco friendly port? -------------------------------------------------10
How to realize value added port? -------------------------------------------------11
How to realize human oriented port? --------------------------------------------12
Current achievement ------------------------------------------------------------------13
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How to realize Eco-friendly port ?
Port shall change its energy consuming mode to energy saving mode.
CO2 Monitoring
Green
Innovation
(less CO2)
• Measure actual displacement
• Set up CO2 reduction goal
• Monitor continuously
EQ. Engine improvement
• Use Electricity instead of Fuel
• Use Hybrid Engine
• Use Bio-Fuel Engine
Automated Stacking Crane
• Better controller, and electrically driven EQ.
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Intelligent
Energy
Improve lightning
infrastructure
• Change Sodium Lamp to LED
= ca. 75% saving
(Interface with TOS, and
save lightning cost based
on optimized routing operation)
Improve electricity
infrastructure
• Smart grid
• Renewable resource
• Optimized energy-trading
• Facilities system
How to realize valued added port ?
With Smart IT solutions ports will be able to provide more valuable
service to the customers.
• Maximize productivity
• Automated Stacking Crane
• Automated Horizontal Transport
Smart TOS
Efficient Controlling
of Automated EQ
(Terminal Operating System)
Artificial Intelligence Lean management
• Lean management
Improve productivity by cutting
down inefficient work and time
• Auto plan based on experts system
System fully capable to support human
to act as experts
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How to realize human oriented port ?
Port shall fully support human capital to avoid being degraded as an
3D work environment.
Real-time
information
exchange
Human
Oriented
Secure
safety
and
efficiency
of work
User-oriented info.
& customized
service based on
“my location”
“Googlelike”
24X7 self
service
information
direct to
customers
☞ Needs to support human capital (labor and customers) for
higher operation improvement
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Current Achievement
Smart port technologies are partially applied already around us.
GPS
GIS
RFID
Intelligent
Image
Recognition
Mobile
Gate
Automation
Yard
Automation
Full
AutoQuay
mation
Automation
Wire/wireless
Network
Convergence
Artificial
Intelligence
☞ However, ‘partially’ is not enough for global optimization.
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Current Achievement
Smart TOS system today is able to forecast future operation and presolve issues before it becomes as a real problem.
YT Pooling(Dual Cycling)
Maximize
Job scheduling
productivity
Empty Travel ↓ Vessel Productivity ↑
Travel Distance ↓ Waiting time ↓
Workload forecasting
Auto Grounding System
Auto Housekeeping
Bottleneck ↓
EQ. operation ↑
Vessel Productivity ↑
☞ Maximize terminal productivity by Smart TOS.
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Case study1 – HANJIN TTI Long Beach in US ----------------------------- 16
Case study2 – HANJIN Newport in Busan ---------------------------------- 18
Case study3 – HANJIN TTI Algeciras in Spain ---------------------------- 20
Case study4 – SmartLo field study in Busan ---------------------------- 21
Future Port --------------------------------------------------------------------------- 22
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Case Study1 – HANJIN TTI Long Beach terminal in US
(Case Study: Smart IT Technology – Partially applied)
Automation at the yard (wheeled spot)
Before: Without D-GPS devices
Drayman got job candidates
RMG driver
RMG driver’s CNTR position
Updates CNTR position
updates
Job selection
After: With D-GPS devices
Truck location monitoring
Truck – CHE
proximity
CNTR position
updates
CNTR position
updates
☞ No manual input by drayman and RTG driver with D-GPS
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Case Study1 – HANJIN TTI Long Beach terminal in US
Benefits of automated yard process
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Clerk (drayman) manning has dropped ▶ 66% reduction realized
One drayman per RTG ▶ One drayman per 3 RTGs
Unit: US$
15% Clerk
@ 10
hours a
day
Trans
Count
Current
Manning
Future
Manning
Total
Reduction
Daily Cost
ROI per year
Day Shift /
Weekend
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18
6
12
$9,550
$11,721
$3,092,550
Night Shift
15
18
6
12
$10,997
$2,172,944
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Total
$5,265,494
* D-GPS implementation costs for wheeled spot is less than US$ 4,000,000.
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Case Study2 – HANJIN Newport in Busan
Automation at the yard with ASC
HJNC replaces total 42 yard crane into unmanned ASCs.
* Full automated lift on/off job for internal truck
* Lift on/off job for external truck by remote controller
* ASC = Automated Stacking Crane
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Case Study2 – HANJIN Newport in Busan
Benefits of yard automation with ASCs
150 yard crane driver (3 shift based) has been replaced by 23 remote
controller. (85% reduction realized)
☞ ca. US$ 10,000,000 savings in labor cost annually
* ASC cost vs. Manual RMG cost: only ca. US$ 300,000 difference
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Case Study3 – HANJIN TTI Algeciras terminal in Spain
Quayside automation with OCR camera
[OCR camera at Quay in HANJIN TTI Algeciras Terminal, Spain]
OCR camera installed at lashing platform captures automatically CNTR No.,
door direction, and seal in tact
☞ No tally checker needs to work at quayside
☞ No under man needs to work by automated chassis alignment
☞ Compared to other terminals in Spain, one gang is composed
of 14 labor only (normally 22 labor) at TTIA: 36% reduction realized
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Case Study4 – ‘SmartLo’ field test in Busan
Apply Smart devices (e.g. smartphones) for fast and convenient logistics
process for trucking companies.
1) Track current location of truck
by using GPS of Smartphone
2) Interface with TOS and track
CNTR information
3) Receive truck booking data
4) Smart EIR management
→ Paperless gate
Currently 1,000 trailers are using this service, and monthly 100~150 new
trailers are registering continuously.
☞ Compared to other biz area, it may be slow of adapting smart devices.
BUT needs for smart apps. are definitely existing.
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Future Port
3 main keywords for ports operation will never change:
☞ Eco friendly / Value added / Human oriented port
What is the future port ?
Current ca. 300 million container movements per year will reach 1 billion by 2020.
Free accessible technology like ubiquitous WiFi .
Fewer carrier’s movements but infinitely higher volume
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<Source: WorldCargoNews, June 2011>
Ports in future may be similar, or total different from the ports today.
However, 3 main keywords for ports operation will never change:
☞ Eco friendly ☞ Value added ☞ Human oriented port …
• Next generation of carrier ships (source : popular science, August 2011)
• Super eco ship with solar panel, cleaner fuel, etc.)
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