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1 ©2011 Navis, LLC. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners. Aaron Newton, Regional Sales Director, Navis SCITC Technology Trends in Marine Terminal Operations

2 ©2011 Navis, LLC. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners. Trends in Marine Terminal Technology Why is this topic important to me? –Visibility and Customer Interface –Cost of Goods and Services –Speed of Supply Chain –Supply Chain Security Technology 2

3 ©2011 Navis, LLC. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners. Technology Areas and Discussion What is Automation? Management System Trends (TOS) Gate Technology Yard Automated Processes Quay Crane Opportunities Challenges 3

4 ©2011 Navis, LLC. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners. Upgrading or Replacing Terminal Operating System (TOS) Software –Switch from In House to COTS (Commercial Of The Shelf) –TOS that has flexibility to interface with Third Party Systems and is database agnostic –Increasing Customer Self Service Features –Multi Terminal Operations, Reporting, and Data Center Consolidation Technology Trends Implementing new Hardware based technologies to provide some level of automated operations Semi – Automated Fully Automated Extending Technology beyond the Terminal Vessel AIS Drayman Tracking 4

5 ©2011 Navis, LLC. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners. Technology Technicality Technology is rapidly evolving more over the most recent time period in the maritime space than any other time period in history Decisions and Process –Not only must the technology appropriately address the need, it must also fit the IT direction of the organization deploying the solution –Trending towards purchasers with a high level of Operational and IT knowledge, the silo is disappearing 5

6 ©2011 Navis, LLC. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners. Blurring the Line between Ops and IT Technology Selection in Regards to IT and Operations KPIs for Operations Vessel Productivity in Terminal Process Automation 3 rd Party Integration Equipment Maintenance 6

7 ©2011 Navis, LLC. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners. What is Driving TOS Change? Changing business Changing business Multiple terminal operations Integrated terminal operations 3 rd party integration Customer and supply chain integration Lifetime costs Lifetime costs Deployment costs 3 rd party requirements Customization On-going maintenance Support, training, upgrades 7

8 ©2011 Navis, LLC. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners. TOS Purchase Provides Highest ROI Terminal operating systems have the highest return on investment versus investment in working terminal space, land or equipment Terminal operating systems have the highest return on investment versus investment in working terminal space, land or equipment Ramp Space 8

9 ©2011 Navis, LLC. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners. The Vision of Centralized Control Made Real: Transnet Port Terminals Single Complex –Multiple facilities –Sharing business entities (vessel visits, bookings, train visits) Durban DCT 9

10 ©2011 Navis, LLC. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners. Prime Route at Jebel Ali Challenge Improving operating efficiencies while maintaining overall terminal productivity at one of the largest terminals in the world Solution With Navis Prime Route, Jebel Ali was able to automate and optimize the dispatching of the terminal tractor fleet thus reducing the number of tractors required while improving overall terminal productivity. Benefits Significant reductions in costs while improving operational metrics including 12% gains in GMPH, 21% gain in TTMPH, 20% reduction in un-laden travel time and a 17% reduction in tractor fuel per move Terminal DetailsT1 & T2 Container Terminal Area (ha)307 ha Gantry Cranes79 Terminal Quay Length (m)7,475 RTG/RMG183 Empty Container Handler56 Terminal Tractors659 10

11 ©2011 Navis, LLC. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners. Sequencing with AutoStow Exports will be distributed across the stacks Sequence from the stack is driven by cycling across the stacks. The goal is not overload an stack with too much work. 6 10 9 85 9 3 1 11

12 ©2011 Navis, LLC. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners. Rail OCR Automation Railcar type, railcar position, and container inventory have to be accurate for effective automation Integration with Rail OCR System provides the required accuracy 12

13 ©2011 Navis, LLC. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners. Rail AutoStow Automatic rail planning solution for multiple tracks Efficiently matches containers to railcars based upon capacity and destination Avoids unnecessary rehandles and crane movement 13

14 ©2011 Navis, LLC. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners. 14 How do you measure improvement? Reporting tools (integrated or external) Data Warehousing / Data Cubes Integrate information from disparate systems –e.g. TOS + Financial data = operational cost per rehandle 14

15 ©2011 Navis, LLC. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners. Many TOS providers have created alliances, partnerships, or acquired the common third party technologies –Gate OCR, Damage Inspection, Empty Inspection, and Seal Detection –Crane OCR –Yard PDS –Gate and Yard RFID –Services and Hosting Alliances and Partnerships 15

16 ©2011 Navis, LLC. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners. Program Benefits Customer BenefitHow? Lowest Project RiskTurnkey project delivered by one vendor Lowest TCOPre-integrated, pre-tested, proven solution – Not a project a product Future ProofAligned product roadmaps mean future capabilities work for the entire solution Easiest UpgradesSolution components certified for each release Best supportOne vendor providing support for complete solution – no finger pointing Safest BetCustomer selecting the vendor that has the most interest in making them successful 16

17 ©2011 Navis, LLC. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners. Impending Wave of Automated Terminals 1990 1995 2000 2005 2010 2015 2020 ECT CTB APMT VA Euromax DPW Antwerp

18 ©2011 Navis, LLC. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners. Automation at the Gate Technology Can Automate: Auto ID and Record Truck License Auto ID and Record Container No. Auto ID and Record Haz Placard Auto ID and Record Genset No. Damage Inspection by exception Providing Cost Benefits of: No manual data entry / errors Faster Processing No Personnel in Gate Lanes 18

19 ©2011 Navis, LLC. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners. Gates – Moving into the Future 19

20 ©2011 Navis, LLC. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners. Automated Gate Technologies Option #1OCR (Optical Character Recognition) Automatically Read: Container No. / Truck Lic. / Hazard Placard Damage Inspection: For Exception Handling Damage Claims Seal integrity (but not seal number) Advantages 95+% Accuracy Speed and Increase Throughput Cargo Security OCR Portal 20

21 ©2011 Navis, LLC. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners. Automated Gate Technologies Option #2 RFID Automatically Read: RFID Tagged Trucks Advantages Speed and Throughput 95+% Accuracy Utilize RFID inside the Terminal Community wide truck management program (i.e. PierPass) Disadvantages No Damage Inspection or Seal inspection Cost, distribution and Management of Tags to Community Trucks Lanes Exciter at Gate Lanes allows association of OCR info with truck at pedestal 21

22 ©2011 Navis, LLC. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners. Pier A C-60 YTI CUT APL LBCT APM Terminals ITS PCT TraPac WBCT STSLA TTI PierPass LA/LB – 13 Terminals Yellow denotes terminals with a full locate infrastructure for update of street truck position every 5 seconds.

23 ©2011 Navis, LLC. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners. Yard Operations – Moving into the Future Manual Job Stepping Vs. Automated Job Stepping 23

24 ©2011 Navis, LLC. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners. Yard Operations – Moving into the Future Manual Cargo Hand-Off Vs. Automated Container Hand-Off 24

25 ©2011 Navis, LLC. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners. Automating Yard Operations Technology Can Automate: Automated Container Hand Off – Between Trucks and Yard CHE Automated Job Stepping – improves optimized dispatch (i.e. PrimeRoute) Automated Inventory Real time update of containers 100% Yard Accuracy Providing the Cost benefit: Higher Yard Productivity Optimized Job Dispatch Reduced Yard Personnel Increased Safety Replacing manual/key pad entry with real-time, RFID updates 25

26 ©2011 Navis, LLC. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners. Automating Yard Ops - Technologies RFID Opportunity to Capitalize on RFID Tags used for Gates D-GPS Devices Can tag CHE and Internal Trucks How to use on External / Community Trucks? Challenges with reads under the Quay Cranes LPR – Local Positioning Radar –Highly accurate and flexible –Works under Cranes –Can work with inertial navigation systems in high-stack areas 26 LPR transponder LPR receiver

27 ©2011 Navis, LLC. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners. Vessel Ops – Moving into the Future Manual Vessel Loading Vs. Automated Vessel Loading 27

28 ©2011 Navis, LLC. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners. Automating QC Operations with OCR Technology Can Automate: Load and Discharge Operations Marriage of Container & Trucks Sure Stow for Accurate Load Positions Providing the Cost Advantages: One resource covers several Cranes Safety (less people) on the Apron Velocity – no manual delays / errors Accurate Stowage Record 28

29 ©2011 Navis, LLC. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners. ASC and AGV – Fully or Highly Automated Terminal Automated Stacking Cranes (ASCs) –Perpendicular to the berth (end loading) –Horizontal to the berth (side loading) –Hybrid (side and end loading) Automated Guided Vehicles (AGVs) –Shuttle Carriers –AGVs –Lift AGVs –Cassette AGVs 29

30 ©2011 Navis, LLC. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners. Automation Reality – Incremental Majority of existing terminals will not fully automate Majority of new terminals will not fully Automate (lower labor cost regions) HOWEVER - Many terminals will introduce Incremental Automation with the following objectives: Improve Productivity:Real-time data exchanges / NO keypads Drive down costs: Reduce Personnel/Reduce Carbon Footprint Improve Safety: Remove Personnel from Ops areas Optimize resources: Equipment, Land and Personnel 30

31 ©2011 Navis, LLC. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners. Areas That are Still Emerging or Refined (Challenges) Wireless Coverage in Marine Terminals –Narrowband FCC Spectrum Challenges –3G or Cellar Reliability Speed Cellular Card Monthly Fees –802.11(a/b/g/n) Infrastructure Costs (Greenfield vs. Retrofit) MotoMesh Focus Arrays 31

32 ©2011 Navis, LLC. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners. What to Expect and Look For What to Expect…. Early Adopters are proving solution success or failure Increasing Integration of Equipment (hardware) and Software What to look for…. Proven Solutions and References Expansion potential of base technology (added uses and returns) Purpose Built devices for marine terminal environment Products, not Projects Proven Integration Capabilities Hybrid Solutions Utilizing Different Technologies to Maximize Benefit 32

33 ©2011 Navis, LLC. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners. And to Close the Conference …. We face many changes in technology and Operations, but some aspects of waterfront activities remain the same… 33


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