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 i4M Lab 1 ΕΛ/ΛΑΚ Μονάδες Αριστείας (ΜΑ. ΕΛΛΑΚ) eServices - Open Source Software in Transport & Shipping I UAegean Center of Excellence (CoE) – Open Source.

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1  i4M Lab 1 ΕΛ/ΛΑΚ Μονάδες Αριστείας (ΜΑ. ΕΛΛΑΚ) eServices - Open Source Software in Transport & Shipping I UAegean Center of Excellence (CoE) – Open Source Software in Transport and Shipping University of the Aegean Dpt of Financial and Management Engineering & Dpt of Shipping and Transportation Services Lecture: I-C01 Information Technology in Shipping and Intermodal Transportation: State-of-art Costas PANOU, i4M Lab Petros KAVASSALIS, i4M Lab @ i-nformation M- anagement L ab i4M Lab

2  i4M Lab 2 OUTLINE  e-Maritime  i-Ports  e-Logistics  Cargo  Digital Charts

3  i4M Lab 3 e-MARITIME Domain Overview The e-Maritime domain includes:  Telecommunication systems (Satellite, terrestrial)  Position and Surveillance Services, (AIS, VDR / SOLAS, VTS)  Vessel technologies (hybrid engines, retractable bridges)  Maritime Databases (SIRENAC, EQUASIS)  Safety, Security & Environmental Risk Management Systems (MarNIS, MOS),  EU Single Window Platforms (RIS, RTMS)

4  i4M Lab Oil Price CompetitivenessLNG Price Competitiveness ► Increase LNG Production ► Shale gas in U.S.A $13 ~ $22 per mmBtu $3 ~ $15 per mmBtu ► Decrease Oil Production ► Instability of Oil market Vs. LNG price is about 30% cheaper than the bunker price e-MARITIME Green Ship Technologies

5  i4M Lab Superstructure retracted into the horizontal box structure Funnel modified to fit horizontally inside the engine room under the waterline to aid propeller thrust e-MARITIME Retractable Bridges and Funnels

6  i4M Lab e-MARITIME Floating Production Storage and Offloading High cost reductions as one transport leg is canceled….

7  i4M Lab 7 e-MARITIME Maritime Databases and RDBMS SIRENAC  Provides info on ships’ inspections.  Capacity for basic and advanced search EQUASIS  Safety-related information on ships.  No commercial purpose; it addresses public concern.  International database covering the world merchant fleet.  Requires co-operation by all players involved in the maritime industry.  Facilitates assessment of ships; is used on a voluntary basis, no legal obligation to use it.

8  i4M Lab 8 MarNIS – Maritime Navigation Information Services Aims at integration of Vessel Traffic Management (VTM), Search and Rescue (SAR), Oil Pollution Preparedness Response and Co- operation (OPRC) Aims at integration of Vessel Traffic Management (VTM), Search and Rescue (SAR), Oil Pollution Preparedness Response and Co- operation (OPRC) AIS provides dynamic information about the ship (position, speed, course, etc) AIS provides dynamic information about the ship (position, speed, course, etc) AIS data is supplemented by Long Range Identification and Tracking (LRIT) data provided by satellite AIS data is supplemented by Long Range Identification and Tracking (LRIT) data provided by satellite System is able to display, visualize and monitor compliant vessels outside their territorial waters System is able to display, visualize and monitor compliant vessels outside their territorial waters MOS - Maritime Operational Services A generic architecture that breaks down responsibility domains into roles, tasks, processes A generic architecture that breaks down responsibility domains into roles, tasks, processes Requires centralisation of data on a ship, including cargo or passengers, ports of call, flag, type, inspection information. Requires centralisation of data on a ship, including cargo or passengers, ports of call, flag, type, inspection information. e-MARITIME: Safety, Security & Environmental Risk MIS

9  i4M Lab Safe Navigation Procedures & raining Man/Machine Interface (display, portrayal, presentation, controls) Onboard Navigation System Vessel Traffic Management Radar AIS LRIT Vessel reporting Communications Ship databases SAR etc. Nautical charts & publications Position fixing & timing Radar AIS LRIT Communications etc. Value adding information Chart corrections Weather (forecast and/or real-time) Route advice MSI etc. Value adding information Chart corrections Weather (forecast and/or real-time) Route advice MSI etc. Value adding information Vessel monitoring Marine Electronic Highway Route advice Maritime Safety Information Value adding information Vessel monitoring Marine Electronic Highway Route advice Maritime Safety Information Value Added Automated reporting shared tactical info Watch keeping and lookout e-Navigation integrated architecture e-MARITIME Safe Navigation

10  i4M Lab 10 e-MARITIME Single Window Platforms The NSW is like a hub, to which all authorized maritime stakeholders are connected, sharing the same information. The NSW is like a hub, to which all authorized maritime stakeholders are connected, sharing the same information. The data are held in a pan- European SafeSeaNet (SSN ++ ) electronic database, distributed to stakeholders via the NSW. The data are held in a pan- European SafeSeaNet (SSN ++ ) electronic database, distributed to stakeholders via the NSW. Connections are envisaged with other pan-European electronic maritime data collection and distribution services. Connections are envisaged with other pan-European electronic maritime data collection and distribution services. National Single Windows (NSW)

11  i4M Lab 11 RIS are traffic management systems transferring data between water and shore. Services include: Information on fairways (e.g., water levels, traffic signs, opening hours of locks.). Information on fairways (e.g., water levels, traffic signs, opening hours of locks.). Traffic information services (display of the present vessel characteristics and movements) including forecasts Traffic information services (display of the present vessel characteristics and movements) including forecasts Traffic management (vessel traffic service centres) Traffic management (vessel traffic service centres) Calamity abatement services (registering vessels and their transport data) Calamity abatement services (registering vessels and their transport data) Information for transport management (estimated times of arrival, cargo transported) Information for transport management (estimated times of arrival, cargo transported) Statistics and customs services Statistics and customs services Waterway charges and port dues (calculates charges) Waterway charges and port dues (calculates charges) e-MARITIME River Information Services (RIS)

12  i4M Lab 12 The i-Ports domain includes: Resource Allocation Systems Resource Allocation Systems Freight Terminal Systems Freight Terminal Systems Port Navigation Port Navigation e-Documents e-Documents Tag Assistant Portable Pilot Unit Document Engineering i-PORTS Domain Overview

13  i4M Lab 13 i-PORTS Freight Terminal Systems - Cranes

14  i4M Lab From manual RTG*/RMG**operations… * Rubber Tired Gantry **Rail Mounted Gantry …to remote RMG operations Photo taken from Singapore OCC i-PORTS Freight Terminal Systems - Automated Yard

15  i4M Lab Stack profiling uses 3D laser scanners to build up a map of where the containers are on a ship, or in a stack. Because the crane “knows” where the containers are, damage due to accidental impacts, or heavy landings can be virtually eliminated. Knowing the shape of the container stack enables the “flight path” of the container to be automated and optimized – reducing cycle time. i-PORTS Freight Terminal Systems - Stack Profiling

16  i4M Lab 16 e-LOGISTICS Domain Overview Functional Technologies Automatic identification technologies (AIT) Automatic identification technologies (AIT) Customer Relationship Management (CRM) Customer Relationship Management (CRM) Demand Forecasting Management Systems (DFM) Demand Forecasting Management Systems (DFM) Electronic Commerce Technology (e-Commerce) Electronic Commerce Technology (e-Commerce) Web-based Logistics Systems (WLS) Web-based Logistics Systems (WLS) Manufacturing Execution Systems (MES) Manufacturing Execution Systems (MES) Order Management Systems (OMS) Order Management Systems (OMS) Product Data Management Systems (PDM) Product Data Management Systems (PDM) Supply-Chain Event Management Systems (SCEM) Supply-Chain Event Management Systems (SCEM) Track & Trace Technologies (T&T) Track & Trace Technologies (T&T) Traffic Management Systems (TMS) Traffic Management Systems (TMS) Warehouse Management Systems (WMS) Warehouse Management Systems (WMS) Integrative Technologies Enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems Enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems Supply chain planning (SCP) systems Supply chain planning (SCP) systems Value Chain Engines Communication Engines Communication Engines Information Engines Information Engines Management Engines Management Engines

17  i4M Lab 17 e-LOGISTICS Functional Technologies Automatic identification technologies (AIT): Bar-coding: one of the most commonly used methods of electronic auto identification. Bar-coding: one of the most commonly used methods of electronic auto identification. Radio Frequency Identification (RFID): It requires the creation and adoption of industry-wide standards, integration with internal business systems, and a significant investment in RFID tagging and reading equipment as well as supporting technology infrastructure. Radio Frequency Identification (RFID): It requires the creation and adoption of industry-wide standards, integration with internal business systems, and a significant investment in RFID tagging and reading equipment as well as supporting technology infrastructure. Biometrical Identification Systems (BID): Scan part of human body (fingerprint scan, hand geometry, palm vein authentication, retina scan, iris scan, face recognition, signature, voice, and DNA analysis) that is compared with the biometrical data stored in a database of biometric data. It is used for human identification and access management and control. Biometrical Identification Systems (BID): Scan part of human body (fingerprint scan, hand geometry, palm vein authentication, retina scan, iris scan, face recognition, signature, voice, and DNA analysis) that is compared with the biometrical data stored in a database of biometric data. It is used for human identification and access management and control. Video and Audio Identification (VAI): are systems for identification of things (vehicles, objects, etc.) and humans. With analyses of content the system creates a "fingerprint" and it compares with fingerprints in a database to determine if there is a match. Video and Audio Identification (VAI): are systems for identification of things (vehicles, objects, etc.) and humans. With analyses of content the system creates a "fingerprint" and it compares with fingerprints in a database to determine if there is a match.

18  i4M Lab 18 e-LOGISTICS Functional Technologies Customer Relationship Management (CRM)  Provide support for the provision of a service to a customer by collecting customer data and providing information and knowledge about customers and their behavior. Demand Forecasting Management Systems (DFM)  Provide forecast information for users. Today's DFMs are part of collaborative forecasting, and replenishment planning (CFRP) systems – web based tools for coordinating value chain management activities, including production and purchase planning, demand forecasting, and inventory replenishment. Electronic Commerce Technology (e-Commerce)  Include interactive web sites, web portals, electronic mail, extranets (to promote electronic ordering with suppliers), intranets (to facilitate internal knowledge sharing) and EDI systems. Web-based Logistics Systems (WLS)  Replacing classical electronic data interchange (EDI) systems. They include, e-procurement, e- logistics, collaborative commerce, real-time demand forecasting, inventory management, true just-in time production, customer interface, web-based package tracking, etc.

19  i4M Lab 19 e-LOGISTICS Functional Technologies Manufacturing Execution Systems (MES)  Enable real-time visibility and control of manufacturing operations in cases of unexpected customer requirement changes. They manage production operations from point of order release into manufacturing to point of product delivery into finished goods. Order Management Systems (OMS)  Execute orders and track the progress of each order throughout the system. Modern OMSs integrate various orders entry channels, e.g. e-commerce, phone, Business-to-Business e- commerce, and web sales. Product Data Management Systems (PDM)  PDM allow reengineering of processes to improve competitiveness. A benefit of PDM is the reduction of time to market, as a consequence of control of the product introduction process. Supply-Chain Event Management Systems (SCEM)  Provide real-time capabilities to share information across departments or company boundaries and encompasses event management, workflow management, enhanced information capabilities and business analyses.

20  i4M Lab 20 e-LOGISTICS Functional Technologies Track & Trace Technologies (T&T)  Service-tracking systems: Provide customers a mean to realize the status of their requests and to anticipate and plan actions.  Geo-coded tracking systems: Technology for tracking transport vehicles, formed of satellite (GPS, GALILEO, GLONASS) or cellular tracking devices to ascertain position and feed the information to ancillary systems such as TMS or WMS and via internet to users, who can track their goods online. Traffic Management Systems (TMS)  They support information transfer, route and mode planning, choosing and delivering of products, electronic identification, mobile communication and physical automation, tracking and tracing (long distances, multimodal transport). Warehouse Management or Inventory Tracking Systems (WMS/ITS)  They track and control the movement of inventory, from receiving to shipping, through the warehouse, managing the utilization of warehouse resources such as space, personnel, and material handling equipment to improve productivity and efficiency.

21  i4M Lab 21 e-LOGISTICS Integrative Technologies Enterprise Resource Planning Systems (ERP)  Integrate internal and external management information across an entire company, embracing finance/accounting, manufacturing, sales and service, CRM, etc. They facilitate the flow of information between all business functions inside the boundaries of the company and manage the connections to outside stakeholders.  ERPs generally cover the full range of manufacturing, sales and accounting software. Supply Chain Planning Systems (SCP)  Integrate diverse applications and functions such as planning (demand, sales, operations, supply, and forecast planning), scheduling, distribution, and transportation. One of these systems is the CPFR system, which is used to replace the approach of electronic data interchange (EDI).  SCPs are more oriented toward specific logistics functions with specialized systems devoted to demand forecasting, production, transportation, delivery and distribution.

22  i4M Lab 22 e-LOGISTICS Dynamic Value Chains Shortcomings of Localized or Siloed Systems  For value chain management across dynamic business networks, the basic ERP, WMS, TMS, etc. (including EDI interfaces) are not enough.  Additional systems are needed in the value chain management architecture to support the co-ordination of logistics processes which are distributed over different organizations. Therefore, in the supply chain management architecture, we introduce software components called value chain engines on top of ERP,WMS and TMS to provide extra intelligence for co-ordination. Value Chain Engines (VCE)  Communication Engines  Information Engines  Management Engines

23  i4M Lab 23 e-LOGISTICS Value Chain Engines Communication Engines  Function: basic communication between systems (and users) in the value chain;  Examples: data communication, message conversion and flow control engines. Information Engines  Function: transparent information over the systems (and users) in the value chain;  Examples: stock visibility, track and trace and report query engines. Management Engines  Function: advanced management across systems (and users) in the value chain;  Examples: inventory management, production management and distribution management engines.

24  i4M Lab 24 Provide freight forwarders and other TSPs with services that simplify cargo and freight management operations for import, export and domestic transportation activities. Give operational and financial control over cargo moving and order to cash processes of domestic and international freight. Can also be connected to external accounting systems CARGO Cargo Management Systems

25  i4M Lab 25 CARGO Intelligent Cargo

26  i4M Lab 26 DIGITAL CHARTS Domain Overview The Digital Charts domain includes: Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Digital Maps (ECDIS) Digital Maps (ECDIS)

27  i4M Lab 27 DIGITAL CHARTS Maps - ECDIS Important capability for Port dredging operations…

28  i4M Lab Για περισσότερες πληροφορίες: panou@aegean.gr pkavassalis@atlantis-group.gr ch.chalimourda@fme.aegean.gr ΕΥΧΑΡΙΣΤΟΥΜΕ ΓΙΑ ΤΗΝ ΠΡΟΣΟΧΗ ΣΑΣ! 28


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