with Dangerous Goods

Report
WP 5 - Development of support mechanism
Methodology for monitoring
pilot project
South Eastern Europe marine and river integrated system for monitoring the
transportation of dangerous goods - SEE MARINER
Programma di Cooperazione Territoriale Europea SEE (South East Europe)
Venezia – 20 Dicembre 2013
Aim: reduce the environmental risks arising from the transportation of Dangerous
Goods, in marine and inland waterways.
How can we achieve it?
Identify a system to monitor the Ships carrying dangerous goods able to manage data
and information about them, in order to improve:
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prevention of the pollution,
-
operating processes oriented to the environmental protection,
-
coordination of activities in case of security events and emergencies,
-
cooperation between Operators, in different areas
Prevention
The pilot support mechanism has been designed
and developed for these reasons.
Actions
Monitoring
First tool: the Automatic Identification System (AIS)
is an automatic system enables to track and monitor ship movements.
AIS Base Station (or PCS [LogIS])
AIS - Antenna VHF Omni
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Real time data
Historical data
Venice system
secure
network
local security
memory buffer
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1:
Number of Sentences
(some messages need more then one)
1
:Sentence Number
(1 unless it´s a multi-sentence message)
:The blank is the Sequential Message ID
(for multi-sentence messages)
A
:The AIS Channel (A or B)
14eG;... :The Encoded AIS Data
0*
:End of Data
7D
:NMEA Checksum
Automatic Identification System (AIS)
AIS message example: «static and voyage data relating to the ship”
AIS Dangerous Goods Categories:
Second tool: the Port Community System (PCS)
is a platform enabling secure and efficient exchange of information between users of the
Port Community
LogIS – the Port of Venice PCS
Second tool: the Port Community System (PCS)
LogIS – the Port of Venice PCS
Inland waterways
transport
management
Ship
Module
Shipping
processes
management
AIS data
management
Documents
General
Declaration
Request for
Service
Pre-Arrival
Notice of
Arrival
Annex 1
Tools
Garbage
Manoeuvres
Departure
Declaration
Dangerous
Goods
Renewal of
ship
certificates
Data on map
and tables
Ship
documents list
AIS/Ship
documents
comparison
Arrival
Arrival
Garbage
Declaration
Pilots
manoeuvre
Packages
Data
summaries
Historical ship
data and
routes
Departure
Departure
Retention of
waste on
board
Tugs
manoeuvre
Packages
Tranship.
Ship details
Present and
past situation
of ships in port
Mooring
manoeuvre
Gas
Encodings
Integration
with tvcc of
SaFE system
Liquids
General
Statistics
Dangerous
Goods
monitoring
Oil
Notices
management
Bulk
SafeSeaNet
data summary
Movement
Digital
signature
New planned developments
EDI feature
Developments in testing
Component with digital signature feature
Component with EDI features
Situation of
the ships in
roadstead
…Summarising our scenario:
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AIS weaknesses:
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No high level of reliability for AIS data about dangerous goods
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partial information,
-
Not always precise or “stable”
AIS strengths:
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Precision in and correctness of data about localization of ships
-
-
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GPS coordinates, speed, route
PCS weaknesses:
-
Documents computerisation is not always simple
-
Not automatic ship localisation
PCS strengths:
-
access to many information and details about a Ships, Activities, Actors
involved (“Port Call File“)
-
enables a control of a situation by the Operators
Support Mechanism
Logic architecture:
AIS Base
Station System
PCS / Local server
AIS Data Connector
Ship Documents Connector
Database
Data Access Tier
(real time & historical)
Front
end
Server Side
Presentation
Logic
Monitoring Engine
Alarms
Database
Alarm Engine
Alarm Connector
Alarm Feeds
Alarm Listener
Server Logic Tier
Support Mechanism
AIS Base
Station System
Logic architecture:
PCS / Local server
AIS Data Connector
Ship Documents Connector
Database
Data Access Tier
(real time & historical)
Front
end
- AIS Data feed from AIS
Base Station:
(e.g.: position, speed
over ground, ship type,
Dangerous goods, IMO,
MMSI, Draught)
Server Side
Presentation
Logic
Monitoring Engine
Alarms
Database
- Internal database
Alarm Engine
Alarm Connector
Alarm Feeds
Alarm Listener
Server Logic Tier
Support Mechanism
Logic architecture:
AIS Base
Station System
PCS / Local server
AIS Data Connector
Ship Documents Connector
Database
Data Access Tier
(real time & historical)
Front
end
Server Side
Presentation
Logic
Alarms
Database
Alarm Engine
Alarm Connector
Alarm Feeds
- “Port Call File“ Data feed:
• Port Actors (Mooring,
Towage, Pilots, Harbour
Master,
Port or River
Monitoring
Engine
Authority, others..)
• Port Operations (berths,
roadstead, port area,
water canals,..);
• Information and
documents about ship
• Dangerous Goods
- No internal database
Server Logic Tier
Alarm Listener
Support Mechanism
Monitoring Engine:
- using the GPS coordinates (AIS
sytems), it prepares the visualization
and sendsPCS
to the
Presentation
level the
/ Local
server
map.
- using AIS data, allows to request to the
PCS the complete information about
Dangerous Goods or Ship Call File .
Ship
Documents
Connector
- analyses
ship position
and controls the
alarm configuration, in order to warn
and visualize every useful Alarm
Data Access Tier
information.
AIS Base
Station System
Logic architecture:
AIS Data Connector
Database
(real time & historical)
Front
end
Alarm Engine:
- stores historical alarms
data
- sends georeferential
alarm to external alarm
Listener devices
- sends to Presentation
module the information
Server Side
Presentation
Logic
Monitoring Engine
Alarms
Database
Alarm Engine
Alarm Connector
Alarm Feeds
Alarm Listener
Server Logic Tier
Support Mechanism: real time scenario visualisation:
- All Ships in field (data from
AIS Base Station)
- Real time localisation (AIS
dynamic data)
- Ships name label
- Representation with
different icons (Ship types)
- Yellow icon: Ships carrying
Dangerous Goods
Support Mechanism: Data visualisation
Pop-up Information: Ship without Dangerous Goods on board. AIS data
For ship without Dangerous
Goods on board, data are
directly fed from AIS system.
If needed, a link is present to
access to the «Ship Certificates»
PCS pages.
Support Mechanism: Data visualisation
Pop-up Information: Ship with Dangerous Goods on board. AIS and PCS data
For ship carrying Dangerous
Goods , system uses: AIS
data and also “Port Call File“
data feed, that are used to
provide data directly to
Operator.
• AIS localisation and
others.
• AIS and PCS ship data
comparison
• PCS: information and
documents about ship:
(Ship Certificates and
access to the Port Call
File)
• Dangerous Goods data
from PCS
Support Mechanism: Data visualisation
Pop-up Information: Ship with Dangerous Goods on board.
Example of Categories:
• Dangerous Goods Bulk Liquids
• Dangerous Goods Bulk Solids
• Dangerous Goods Oils
• Dangerous Goods Gas
• Dangerous Goods Packaged/Manifest
Support Mechanism: Alarms visualisation:
- Critical alarmed Areas
• Different colors/types
• Area name
• Regulations, events, …
• Configuration with
geographic coordinates
• Static , dynamic area
• Input data through the
Alarm Connector
- Alarms
• Ship name
• Red icon
• Red/Yellow icon
(Dangerous Goods)
Support Mechanism: Alarms visualisation:
Reset command
Event and Zone description
Three Alarm status: Red, Yellow, Reset
Red icon:
Active Alarm event
Yellow icon:
Alarm ended
«Blank» icon: Alarm reset
Ship data
Alarm time data
Support Mechanism: new nautical map and multi-AIS connection
The pilot Support Mechanism is a system to manage information about
dangerous goods. It works by using others existing technological systems
which are used at present by Port Operators and, by integrating them
together, provide added value to all systems and procedures.
new possibility and potential
•
Environmental Monitoring services,
•
Security monitoring services (in accordance with regulations for security of ships and
docks, or others particular areas)
•
Event management (not only for security or accidents, but also involving tourism,
weather, storms, tides,…)
•
Improve integration and coordination between different Operators and subject
involved, improving interoperations, efficiency and reliability .
Thanks for your attention!
dott. Daniele Scarpa
[email protected]
Venice Port Authority – Nethun S.p.A

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