Presentation on theme: "Capitalization projects 2012 Priority-Objective 3-1 Axe 3: Improvement of mobility and of territorial accessibility Objective 3.1: Improvement of maritime."— Presentation transcript:
Capitalization projects 2012 Priority-Objective 3-1 Axe 3: Improvement of mobility and of territorial accessibility Objective 3.1: Improvement of maritime accessibility and of transit capacities through multimodality and intermodality OPTIMIZEMED OPTIMIZING AND PROFITING BEST PRACTICES IN THE MED AREA ON FOREIGN TRADE, INTERMODAL TRANSPORT AND MARITIME SAFETY Work Package 3 Phase 3.2 – OPTIMIZE-MED e-platform establishment and development DELIVERABLE 3.2: Manual for the platform operation of Pillars I and III Deliverable prepared and coordinated by: PIRAEUS PORT AUTHORITY S.A 1
WEB APPLICATION MODULE (E-Platform -The Portal) How to enter the platform 2 To enter the platform the user types the address: http://www.optimizemed.eu/
WEB APPLICATION MODULE (E-Platform -The Portal) Home Page General Info Observatory domain Maritime Services, Planning αnd Booking Services 3 The e-platform is an open to public WEB portal with a very simple graphical representation, supporting several web applications, including, 1.An interactive map. 2.An icon representing the Observatory of the e-platform, and 3.A menu with 6 possible selections
WEB APPLICATION MODULE (Portal : Maritime Services, Planning And Booking Services) 4 The complete user’s manual is a separate document
WEB APPLICATION MODULE ( General Info ) User’s guide What is the platform about 2 News paragraphs, One by data entry, & One automatic (RSS) General Info 5 E-platform news information is updated, 1.By users having access to the Admin module of the system, and 2.Automatically by international news generators (RSS - Rich Site Summary)
WEB APPLICATION MODULE ( The Observatory Domain ) Click here to Start 6 This is the section of the e- platform to deal with, 1.Ports Information 2.Terminals data 3.Operators (Terminal) 4.Accidents 5.Law & Legislation 6.Ships liners, and 7.Partners Information To enter this section you must click on the icon of in the upper left hand side of the screen (Home Page) The system has a very simple interface, where the user has only to select / deselect his desired options
WEB APPLICATION MODULE ( Partners & associates Information ) The Partners and their geographical location Partners Information and their logo, presented as General info and Contact info. 7 General Info Contact Info The user selects / deselects the partners information by clicking on the menu in the left hand side of the screen (menu area), the word “Partners”
WEB APPLICATION MODULE (Portal / Menus and their interconnections) 8 This is a simple diagram of how logical entities as ports, and terminals, and indicators are interconnected between them
WEB APPLICATION MODULE (The Ports & their categories) Ports types in icons presentation 9 Every time the user selects a port category, from the ports’ menu, the system presents the location of all ports of the category with the same icon but in different colour. When the user selects “Show all” the system shows all different ports in all different categories. When the user selects “Hide all” the system hides all previously selected ports
WEB APPLICATION MODULE (Ports & Categories ) Sea Ports Dry Ports Inland Ports Clusters 10 When the system allocates many entities (here ports), near to each other, it creates an entity cluster showing one icon for many single entities. When the cluster is under 10 items, the cluster icon is blue with the number of the entities in the middle of the icon. Similarly when the items are 10-99 the icon colour is orange and when it is 100-999, the icon is red
Real time VTS Future, Real Time Statistics 11 WEB APPLICATION MODULE (Ports Analysis) How the system’s VTS application is working, it will be explained at the end of this manual.
WEB APPLICATION MODULE (Ports Analysis) 12 Ports is a central information entity, where almost all other entities are connected with, one way or another with ports. From the Port record a user can access: Directly, 1.The port’s general information 2.The contact person and his information 3.The VTS (AIS) map and the vessels around the port area, selected automatically, by selecting AIS on the page menu. 4.Statistical analysis of different cargo and passengers movements for an extensive time span and, Indirectly 1.The web site of the port, 2.All ships IDs in the port 3.The Holding & shipping companies Future 1.Data analytics for a number of statistical analysisyears on line and on real time basis by data category (Goods ranking, Passenger ranking, Goods specialisation, Goods specialisation, Passenger, specialisation, Passenger specialisation, Relative goods market share, Relative goods market share, Relative passenger market share, Relative passenger market share) 2. Extrapolation information of the next years data per port and data category
WEB APPLICATION MODULE (Terminals ) Containers Terminals Car Terminal Passengers terminal Cruise Terminals Port of Piraeus Piraeus Port 13 One Port may have many Terminals. This is an example of the port of Piraeus where there are more than one terminals, with different operators, all belonging to the port of Piraeus
WEB APPLICATION MODULE (Terminals – map ) Terminal types in icons presentation Low level Clustering Medium level Clustering 14 Whatever is working for Ports it is working for Terminals
WEB APPLICATION MODULE ( Terminals Analysis ) 15 The system’s VTS application
WEB APPLICATION MODULE ( Terminals Analysis ) 16 Terminals is the second more important entity to the e- platform database. It is almost identical with a port information and deals with, 1.General Information 2.Terminal Operator’s information 3.Statistics and 4.AIS (VTS). Indirectly the system offers, 1.information on all ships appearing on the VTS map. 2.Information about its present status, 3.ETA (Estimate time of arrival) 4.Shipping company information, and much more
WEB APPLICATION MODULE (Accidents - map) Low level Clustering Medium level Clustering High level Clustering Accidents types in icons presentation 17
WEB APPLICATION MODULE (Accidents Analysis) 18 By selecting an icon on the accidents map, the system will open a series of information for the ship involved and the information on the incident itself The information pages includes, 1.Accident’s data 2.Accident’s effect 3.Ship data 4.Photos for the incident, and photos for the ship involved
WEB APPLICATION MODULE (Law & Legislation) The countries having available law & legislation data on maritime law, are in grey colour. The countries with such information are automatically changing colour by selecting / deselecting the “Law & Legislation” entry in the menu, to the left of the page 19
20 WEB APPLICATION MODULE (Law & Legislation Analysis) By selecting a country (only with grey colour) the system opens a window over the maps with the following information 1.The country name and the total number of legal documents kept in the database 2.A list of all relevant records as a list with info on ID, Code, Summary, Keywords and date, to choose from. 3.A special search entry, to write whatever the user remembers about his case, in any way possible. The system uses “free text search”, in all fields of the database.
21 WEB APPLICATION MODULE (Law & Legislation Analysis) By selecting a line from the list and clicking any where on the line, the e-platform opens a complementary page with more specific information on the selected case. The new page offers information on, 1.Issue date 2.Partners code responsible for this information 3.A summary of the case 4.A thematic classification 5.Keywords referring to the original document, and 6.An attachment file name. This file name is “clickable”. Actually It is a link to the attached document referring to.
22 WEB APPLICATION MODULE (Law & Legislation Analysis) By selecting the link on the bottom of the information page (with blue characters), the system brings up the document behind the link name. Usually this document is the original legal document providing the law / legislation and the opportunity for the existence of this legal record
WEB APPLICATION MODULE (Ship Liners & Routes) 23 Selecting the “Ship Lines”, the system opens a new page asking for, 1.The type of the liner (Cruise, Passengers, etc.), and 2. A stop over port, that we are interested It is important to know that the list of the ports, are different depending on the selected liner. To be more specific, when the ship line selected type is “containers”, the system connects you ONLY to container terminals available in the database.
24 Route Selection WEB APPLICATION MODULE (Ship Routes - Line Selection) Completing the pair of the questions by the pull down menus, the system presents all possible cases of different ships lines meeting the above two criteria. He presented information includes, The Route ID, Route name, and a link by the name “Show on Map”. The system by clicking anywhere in the line of the list, extends the window with more information about the specific route. By selecting the “Show the Map”, the system opens the next page Window extension Pdf Document from the “Liner” operator
WEB APPLICATION MODULE (Ship Routes – Graphical representation) The designed routes are very accurate and detailed. In this example the system shows the exact docking pier of the vessel in the port of Piraeus Vessel Details Route Details Visiting Port Details Port of Interest List of Liners passing the port Real time Port VTS details 25 How the system’s VTS application is working, will be explained at the end of this manual.
WEB APPLICATION MODULE (Google Analytics Included) Full statistical package by 26 The e-platform is linked to Google analytics with all of its statistical data and presentations on how the portal is accepted by the public.
WEB APPLICATION MODULE (Quantitate Analysis) Ports Terminals Accidents Law & Legislative Documents 155 35 41 14 0 27
WEB APPLICATION MODULE (VTS Subsystem) 28 Web VTS is a web-based maritime traffic monitoring solution for all ports and terminals. Web VTS designed for vessel traffic and monitoring centers and increases the safety, security and efficiency of operations within a port. Web VTS provides a complete AIS interface that includes the ability to view and track all vessels, display specific vessel information, and send and receive safety related and text messages. Web VTS’s interface and display of AIS related information offers port operators a substantial leap forward in their ability to communicate and interact with sea-based vessels. Since Web VTS is fully configurable, operators can adjust the size of the chart panel, customize color patterns for AIS targets, set alarms, create reports, filters, and zones specific to each user.
WEB APPLICATION MODULE (VTS Subsystem - Panel) 29 The system offers the following capabilities with the use of special designed icons, 1 st Line of icons and AIS functions Open Street map Open Microsoft maps Open MapPoint Maps Satellite maps Hybrid maps Filter Selection Exit the system Help (Online help –Full user’s manual) This is only a small part of the user’s manual on how to use the VTS and its functionality. The complete user’s manual is a separate document
WEB APPLICATION MODULE (VTS Subsystem - Panel) 30 The system offers the following capabilities with the use of special designed icons, 2nd Line of icons and AIS functions Show Names Show Tracks Show Ships Names List Show information pane Show information balloon Show weather stations Follow selected ship Show only selected ship Select ship photo from shipspotting Select ship photo from marine traffic A to N list Instrument panel