Activity 4

Report
MONALISA Event
Brussels 23 October
Agenda
1000-1015
1015-1030
1030-1230
1230-1400
Agenda & objectives
Key Note: Capt. José Anselmo, DG MOVE
Presentation of MONALISA (1) results
LUNCH
1400-1420 MONALISA 2.0 – introduction
1420-1550
1550-1605
1605-1620
1620-1635
1635-1650
1650-1700
1700-1900
1900
Presentation of ML 2.0 Activities (& Coffee)
Key Note: Axel Wenblad, WWF
Key Note: Jacob Terling, DG MOVE
Key Note: Fiona McFadden, SESAR
Key Note: Prof Valente de Oliveira, DG MOVE
Summary
Mingle & exhibitions & cocktail
Dinner
Project rationale
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Promising results and experiences from the
current MONALISA project
Need for more effective flow of information
Inspiration from the Aviation
Internationally increased demands for actions
and needs for route exchange and route
surveillance – Sea Traffic Management
After Costa Concordia:
> How to improve maritime safety, SAR and
mass-evacuations?
> Need to secure the chain, incl. Safety in Ports
Facts and Figures
Partnership:
39 partners/
30 beneficiaries
Total budget:
24.3 million euro
EC contribution: 50%
Time frame:
2012-2015
Scope of MONALISA 2.0
Project Partnership
Public sector
Private sector Academia
Swedish Maritime
Administration (Lead)
Air Navigation Services of
Sweden
The Swedish Meteorological
and Hydrological Institute
Danish Maritime Authority
Danish Meterological Institute
Ministry of Transport (IT)
RINA (IT)
D Áppolonia (IT)
Port of Livorno (IT)
SASEMAR (ES)
Valencia Port Authority (ES)
Valencia Port Foundation (ES)
Norwegian Coastal
Administration
SSPA (SE)
TRANSAS (SE)
Carmenta (SE)
Viktoria Swedish ICT (SE)
GateHouse (DK)
Navicon (DK)
Carnival Corp. (UK)
Fraunhofer (DE)
DLR (DE)
Jeppesen (DE)
Rheinmetall (DE)
IB (IT)
ERGOPROJECT (IT)
Martec SPA (IT)
Ferri Industries (ES)
CIMNE (ES)
Corporacion Maritima (ES)
MARSEC-XL (MT)
Chalmers University of Technology (SE)
World Maritime University (SE)
Novia University of Applied Sciences (FI)
University of Genua (IT)
VEMARS (IT)
Technical University of Madrid (ES)
University of Catalonia (ES)
Technical University of Athens (GR)
Project Partnership
Starting points: 07° 51,082’ (W)
68° 15,295’ (N)
Ending point: 10° 31,044’ (W)
34° 34,198’ (N)
33°
72° 25,227’ (N)
28°
32° 13,857’ (N)
11,01’(E)
10,6’
(E)
MONALISA 2.0 involves the
following EU Member States:
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Sweden
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Finland
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Denmark
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Germany
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United Kingdom
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Spain
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Italy
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Malta
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Greece
The consortium consists of Public,
Private and Academic partners.
See further Section 6 – Quality of
the Action.
The Norwegian Coastal
Administration is full partner in the
consortium. Being a public body in
a non-EU country, the Norwegian
budget is not eligible. The financing
of the Norwegian participation is
fully covered by own sources.
Agenda
1000-1015 Agenda & objectives
1015-1030 Key Note: Capt. José Anselmo, DG MOVE
1030-1230 Presentation of MONALISA (1) results
1230-1400 LUNCH
1400-1420 MONALISA 2.0 – introduction
1420-1550 Presentation of ML 2.0 Activities (& Coffee)
1550-1605 Key Note: Axel Wenblad, WWF
1605-1620 Key Note: Jacob Terling, DG MOVE
1620-1635 Key Note: Fiona McFadden, SESAR
1635-1650 Key Note: Prof Valente de Oliveira, DG MOVE
1650-1700 Summary
1700-1900 Mingle & exhibitions & cocktail
1900
Dinner
MONALISA results & benefits
• Activity 1 – Per Setterberg
• Activity 2 – Ulf Svedberg
• Activity 3 – Flavio Marangon
• Activity 4 – Pepe Díaz
Per Setterberg
Act 1 Operations & Tools
• Safer, Smarter, Shorter
• Safety : Share information – gain
situational awareness!
Act 1 Operations & Tools
• Safer, Smarter, Shorter
• Environment: Maritime Spatial
Planning and real time monitoring.
Act 1 Operations & Tools
• Safer, Smarter, Shorter
• Efficiency: On time, on track – on
the money!
The MONALISA legacy
1.2
Procedures and
Human Machine
Interface
1.1
Baseline
1.3
Voyage Exchange
Format
1.4
Extended Test-bad
1.5
Short-based Deep
Sea Assistance
1.6
Decision support
1.7
Maritime Spatial
Planning
1.8
Conceptual test and
Demonstration
The base
MONALISA 1
SESAR
CISE
MarNis
EfficienSea
TrainMoS
Blast
ACCSEAS
R&D output
MoS-projects
IMO e-NAV
e-Maritime
e-Freight
1.1
Baseline
The tools
• Solid procedures
• New ECDIS standard
• Simulator network
1.2
Procedures and
Human Machine
Interface
1.3
Voyage Exchange
Format
1.4
Extended Test-bad
The methods
• Making use of MONALISA
results – Baltic Sea, Great
Barrier Reef
• Intelligent planning and
monitoring
• In sync with nature and
wildlife
1.5
Short-based Deep
Sea Assistance
1.6
Decision support
1.7
Maritime Spatial
Planning
The target
• Integrate all parts of the
Green Routes concept in a
final demonstration
• Evaluate
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Risks and safety
Effectiveness, efficiency
and economy
Stakeholders’ opinions
1.8
Conceptual test and
Demonstration
Integrations
Activity 1
Operations & Tools
Activity 2
STM Definition
Phase
Key Stakeholders
• Shipowners
• P&I - insurance
• Authorities
Act 1 Operations & Tools
• Safer, Smarter, Shorter
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Safety : Share information
Environment: Planning and Monitoring
Efficiency: On time, on track – on the
money!
With a little help from our friends ;-)
MONALISA results & benefits
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Activity 1 – Per Setterberg
Activity 2 – Ulf Svedberg
Activity 3 – Flavio Marangon
Activity 4 – Pepe Díaz
Ulf Svedberg
Swedish Maritime Administration
Film: ProjectPlace –
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MONALISA_animated
FLAG
STATES
PORT STATE
CONTROL
CLASS. SOCIETIES
SECURITY
PORT AUTH
PORT SERV.
TUGS
CUSTOMS
P&I CLUBS
SHIP OWNER
SHIP
OPERATOR
FREIGHT FORWARDERS
BANKERS
SHIP BROKERS AND
AGENTS
CREW
Locks&Bridges
PILOTS
UNIONS
CHARTERERS
CARGO OWNER
PASSENGERS
COASTAL STATES
CITIZENS AT LARGE
Single Window principle
• National Single Window: The Marnis concept with one common
window for exchange of information
Port
Cargo
Crew
Master
PSW
NSW
Bunker
Agent
Custom
Immigration
Pilot
Hazmat
Environment
Pax
MOS
SafeSeaNet
VTS
System Wide Information Management
SESAR
Next Generation
Europe
USA
Single European Sky ATM Research
EU- Commission:
TEN-T
Eurocontrol
Industry
Grand Total
350 mio €
350 mio €
700 mio €
700 mio €
2,1 Bill €
ASTRA
Australia
SESAR
Single European Sky ATM Research
Federation of Information
Maritime Web Solution
Voyage number
Cargo
Ship
ETA
Position
Weather
Stakeholders
Routeing
Port
MSI
Surveys
Cargo
VTS
Customs
Anomalities
Security
Owner
The Ship
Statistics
Intelligence
Voyage no´s in the
complete STM process
Years
STM Planning Phases
Lifecycle of the
Shipping Business
6 months
Days
Strategical
Business
development
Hours
Tactical
Shore
operations
Shipowner Strategic Planning
Marketings
Charterings
Schedules
Long term contracts
Cruise industry
Sharing conferences
Politics
Berthings preps
Major events
Port operations
IMO and SOLAS impacts
Ocean
passages
Voyage plans
Weather routeings
Maritime spatial plans
Coastal Routeings
Monalisa
Fairway limitations
Minutes
Executional
Routeing
UNCLOS
Coastal
Navigations
Open sea pilotage
Anti- Collision
Close encounters
TSS, SRS and VTS Areas
Congestion Planning
Anti-Collision
COLREG
Pilotage
Locks
Tugs
Portsafe
PPU
Arrival
Activity 2, STM definition phase
2015
20xx
20yy
Key Stakeholders
• IMO, DG MOVE, DG MARE, IALA
EMSA, EMSA, ECSA, IFSMA
• Maritime Authorities, IHO, ITU, IEC
• Shipowners, Shipping agents,
Ports, Cargo owners
• Industry, manufacturers
• Cross-sectoral: CG, Customs,
Police
Partners
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Carnival Plc
Chalmers University of Technology
Corporacion Maritima
Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt (DLR)
Fraunhofer
Norwegian Coastal Administration (NCA)
MARSEC-XL
Ministry of Transport Italy
Swedish Air Navigational Services (LFV)
Swedish Maritime Administration (SMA)
Valenciaport Foundation
Viktoria Swedish ICT AB
Thank You
[email protected]
www.monalisaproject.eu
MONALISA results & benefits
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Activity 1 – Per Setterberg
Activity 2 – Ulf Svedberg
Activity 3 – Flavio Marangon
Activity 4 – Pepe Díaz
Activity 3 – Safer Ship
Flavio Marangon
How Act 3 changes the world
• Maritime safety from the ship
perspective
• Operational and emergency
conditions
• Benefits for the maritime sector
• Safety
• Environment
• Efficiency
Sub Activities Interrelations
3.3 Networked
Vessel
3.1 Behavior
Based Safety
(BBS)
3.2 ICT Tool
for Search and
Rescue
3.5 Cost Benefit Analysis
Operative Contribution
Potential Contribution
3.4 Safe
Evacuation
System
Activity 3 and Monalisa 2.0
3.4
SES – Safety
Evacuation
System
Activity 1 & 2:
Sea Traffic
Management
3.3 Networked
Vessel
3.2 ICT Tool
for Search and
Rescue
SA 4.1
Safety in Ports
SA 4.2
Safety in
Coastal Areas
Activity 3 will provide
pilot application in real
context
Key Stakeholders
Shipowners
Adoption
of Act 3
Solutions
Administrations
How Act 3 changes the world
• Maritime safety from the ship
perspective
• Operational and emergency
conditions
• Benefits for the maritime sector
• Safety
• Environment
• Efficiency
MONALISA Event
Brussels 23 October
MONALISA results & benefits
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Activity 1 – Per Setterberg
Activity 2 – Ulf Svedberg
Activity 3 – Flavio Marengo
Activity 4 – Pepe Díaz
José Manuel Díaz/Eugenia Sillero
Activity 4
Operational Safety
SASEMAR does 8 letters:
• SAR (Search and Rescue)
• VTS (Vessel Traffic Services)
• PC (Pollution Combat)
It is the civil Spanish Coast Guard
How Act 4 changes the world
• Accidents happen
• Act 4 improves the response at sea
and in ports
• Benefits for the maritime sector:
• Safety
• Environment
• Efficiency
How to Get the Succes in
Activity 4
Partner
Country
SASEMAR
Spain
Corporacion Maritima
Spain
Valencia Port Authority
Spain
Valenciaport Foundation
Spain
Livorno Port Authority
Italy
RINA
Italy
D'APOLONIA
Italy
Italian Coast Guard
Italy
Technical University of Catalonia
Spain
Technical University of Madrid
Spain
Chalmers University of Technology
Sweden
NTUA
Greece
CIMNE
Spain
SSPA
Sweden
FERRI
Spain
Carnival Cruise Lines
UK
MARSEC-XL
Malta
Sub activities
ACTIVITY 4
OPERATIONAL
SAFETY
Subactivity 4.1
Safety in Ports
Subactivity 4.2
Safety in Coastal
Areas
Task 4.1.1
Contingency
Planning
Task 4.2.1
Maritime Search
and Rescue
Task 4.3.1
Extensive Risk
Assessment in
Ports
Task 4.1.2
Mass Evacuation
in Ports
Task 4.2.2
Manouvering/
Recovering of
Damaged Ships
Task 4.3.2
Extensive Risk
Assessment in
Coastal Areas
Task 4.2.3
Onboard
Lifeboats
Recovery
Systems
Task 4.3.3
Bridge ICT
Support/Dynamic
Predictor
Task 4.1.3
Mass Evacuation
in Ports Pilot
Exercise
Task 4.2.4
Pilot Exercise
(Massive SAR in
coastal area)
Subactivity 4.3
Risk Assessment
Task 4.3.4
Implementation
and Piloting
Subactivity 4.4
Risk Management
Guidelines
Task 4.4.1
Study of Different
Maritime
Accidents
Task 4.4.2
Application of
Reference Docs
Task 4.4.3
Definition of
Protocols
Task 4.4.4
Guidelines and
Procedures after
Accidents
Subactivity 4.5
Safety Information
Systems
Task 4.5.1
Efficient
Management of
Safety
Information
Systems in Ports
Task 4.5.2
Information
Systems to
Support SAR
Operrations
Task 4.5.3
MAR/HYDRO/
METEO
Information
Systems
Task 4.5.4
Information
Systems
Integration and
Interoperability
Subactivity 4.6
Training
Task 4.6.1
SAR Operation in
Coastal Areas/
Massive Rescue
Task 4.6.2
Evacuation and
Assistance of
Evacauted People
in Ports
Task 4.6.3
Emergency
Management On
Board Ships
Task 4.6.4
Leadership and
Human Factor in
Crisis Scenarios
Task 4.6.5
IMO/ICAO/
IAMSAR Based
Training
Task 4.6.6
Training in Fire
Fighting in Ports/
Ships/LNG
Installations
Sub activities
Activity/Task Leader
Sub-activity 4.1 Safety in Ports
Valencia Port Authority
4.1.1 Contingency Planning
Valencia Port Authority
4.1.2 Mass Evacuation in Ports Prototyping
Valencia Port Authority
4.1.3 Mass Evacuation in Ports Pilot Exercise
Valencia Port Authority
SASEMAR
SASEMAR
CIMNE
FERRI
SASEMAR
Sub-activity 4.2 Safety in Coastal Areas
4.2.1 Maritime Search and Rescue (Exercise Scenario Definition for piloting)
4.2.2 Manoeuvring/Recovering of Damaged Ships
4.2.3 On-board Lifeboats Recovery Systems
4.2.4 Pilot Exercise (Massive SAR in coastal area)
Sub-activity 4.3 Risk Assessment
4.3.1 Extensive Risk Assessment in Ports
4.3.2 Extensive Risk Assessment in Coastal Areas
4.3.3 Bridge ICT Support/Dynamic Predictor
4.3.4 Implementation and Piloting
Sub-activity 4.4 Risk Management Guidelines
4.4.1 Study of Different Maritime Accidents
4.4.2 Application of Existing Reference Documents
4.4.3 Definition of Protocols in case of accidents
4.4.4 Proposal of procedures after accidents
Sub-activity 4.5 Safety Information Systems
4.5.1 Efficient Management of Safety Information Systems in Ports
4.5.2 SARMAP Information System
4.5.3 MAR/HYDRO/METEO Information Systems
4.5.4 Information Systems Integration and Interoperability
Sub-activity 4.6 Training
4.6.1 SAR Operations in Coastal Areas/Massive Rescue
4.6.2 Evacuation and Assistance of Evacuated People in Ports
4.6.3 Emergency Management on Board Ships
4.6.4 Leadership and Human Factor in Crisis Scenarios
4.6.5 MO/ICAO/IAMSAR Based Training
4.6.6 Training in Fire Fighting in Ports/Ships/LNG Installations
SSPA
Valencia Port Authority
SSPA
SSPA
SSPA
Technical University of Madrid
Technical University of Madrid
Technical University of Madrid
Technical University of Madrid
Technical University of Madrid
CIMNE
MARSEC X-L
SASEMAR
CIMNE
CIMNE
SASEMAR (CENTRO JOVELLANOS)
CENTRO JOVELLANOS
Valencia Port Foundation
Technical University of Catalonia
Technical University of Catalonia
SSPA
CENTRO JOVELLANOS
Sub activities
RISK ANALYSIS/
MANAGEMENT
TRAINING
SAFETY
INFORMATION
SYSTEMS
MONALISA 2.0
OPERATIONAL SAFETY
COMMON ARCHITECTURE
Port A
Port B
Port D
COASTAL AREA/SAR/
VTM
STM
Port C
Coordination Node
Material and Technical
resources and plans
Integrations
S.A 3.3
NETWORKED VESSEL
ACTIVITIES 1 & 2
SEA TRAFFIC
MANAGEMENT
S.A 3.2
ICT TOOL FOR SEARCH AND
RESCUE
S.A 4.6 TRAINING,
S.A 4.3, 4.4 RISK
ASSESSMENT TOOLS
&
S.A 4.5 ICT TOOLS
S.A 4.1
SAFETY IN PORTS
S.A 4.2
SAFETY IN
COASTAL AREAS
Key Stakeholders
PUBLIC WORKS
MINISTRY
MN-2.0 - Reference Group:
Stakeholders Group
STATE INFRASTRUCTURE,
TRANSPORT AND HOUSING
SECRETARIAT
MN-2.0 - High level
steering Group
GENERAL TRANSPORT
SECRETARIAT
PUERTOS DEL ESTADO:
SPANISH STATE PORTS
ORGANISM*
MERCHANT MARINE
GENERAL DIRECTORATE
SASEMAR
SPANISH MARITIME
SAFETY AGENCY*
SECRETARÍA GENERAL
DE TRANSPORTES
DIRECCIÓN GENERAL
DE LA MARINA
MERCANTE
* SASEMAR AND PUERTOS DEL ESTADO are
public entities within the Ministry
Spanish Permanent Representation at:
IALA, IMO, SSS, MoS
Ship Yards Association
Freight Forwarders
Port and Multimodal Terminals
INTEGRAL MARITIME
TRAINING CENTRE
JOVELLANOS
How Act 4 changes the world
• Accidents happen
• Act 4 improves the response at sea
and in ports
• Benefits for the maritime sector:
• Safety
• Environment
• Efficiency
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Sociedad de Salvamento y Seguridad Marítima
C
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Thank you for your attention !!
[email protected]
[email protected]
www.centrojovellanos.com
www.salvamentomaritimo.com
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Agenda
1000-1015
1015-1030
1030-1230
1230-1400
1400-1420
1420-1550
1525-1550
1550-1605
1605-1620
1620-1635
1635-1650
1650-1700
1700-1900
1900
Agenda & objectives
Key Note: Capt. José Anselmo, DG MOVE
Presentation of MONALISA (1) results
LUNCH
MONALISA 2.0 – introduction
Presentation of ML 2.0 Activities
Coffee
Key Note: Axel Wenblad, WWF
Key Note: Jacob Terling, DG MOVE
Key Note: Fiona McFadden, SESAR
Key Note: Prof Valente de Oliveira, DG MOVE
Summary
Mingle & exhibitions & cocktail
Dinner
...and now, we are proud to
present…
…the brand new MONALISA
2.0 movie
Film: ProjectPlace –
06_Communications/Films:
MonaLisa2_STM_V02
MONALISA Event
Brussels 23 October

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