GIS in Port Management


Published on

Presentation by E. Moutinho and J. Dias from Port Sines on Esri European User Conference.

Published in: Technology, Business
  • Be the first to comment

  • Be the first to like this

No Downloads
Total views
On SlideShare
From Embeds
Number of Embeds
Embeds 0
No embeds

No notes for slide

GIS in Port Management

  1. 1. Welcome #EUC11
  2. 2. GIS in Port Management SIIG Sines - Portugal E. Moutinho – SIIG Project Manager J. Dias – IT Project ManagerPort of Sines Administration - PORTUGAL
  3. 3. SIIG Project Team GIS in Port ManagementPort of Sines Administration, S.A.PORTUGAL SIIG Sines - PortugalEUC Madrid, October 26-28, 2011
  4. 4. Port of Sines – Gateway to EuropeThe Port of Sines is an Atlantic seaport, located in Portugal and oneof the deepest ports in Europe. 4
  5. 5. Strategic LocationGateway to Europe - the great HUB on the South European Atlantic face.Located on the crossroads of trans-continental routes, with natural rocky seabottoms, that don’t need dredging, allows it to receive the motherships thatconnect Europe to the world’s biggest production and consumption centres,feeding other Ports with smaller ships or via rail and roads to its hinterland.Sines has a privileged location in the crossroads of the main international maritime routes North-South / East-West
  6. 6. Key Characteristics / AccessFirst National Port in cargo Handling • 5 Specialized terminals • Liquid Bulk, Petrochemical, Multipurpose, GNL and Containers • Plus 2 Interior Harbours • Competitive Operations • No urban restraint and excellent Industrial and Logistics expansion capacity • Operating 365d/24h with flat rate for Load & Unload • Strong support on IT • Electronic Dispatch (ship and cargo) • Surveillance and Access Control • Vessel Monitoring • Spatial enabled planning and operations Liquid Bulks Dry Bulks General Liquefied Natural Gas Petrochemical Containers Cargo and Ro-Ro
  7. 7. GIS in Port Management SIIG Sines - PortugalSIIG Project TeamPort of Sines Administration, S.A.PORTUGALEUC Madrid, October 26-28, 2011
  8. 8. IntrodutionPort of Sines is implementing his enterprise GeographicInformation and Identification System (SIIG), fullysupported on ArcGIS technology and supporting all thefunctional areas in the harbour.The SIIG is manly WEB based and has seven modularand functional areas to support engineering, environment,safety and security, planning port operations, concessionsand domain areas, supporting decisions based on staticand dynamic geographical information of all his hinterlandand foreland.
  9. 9. SIIG Project Objectives1. Enable visualization and Interaction with dynamic data2. Provide visual support to the planning of operations port, allowing real time display of ship movement, incorporation of rules and restrictions related to manouvers, berthing requests and infrastructure availability3. Support everyday operations (engineering, planning, land sort, security, environment, port lease management and other) with georreferencced information;4. Facilitate the access to information across the organization and integrate with existing legacy systems5. Improve effectiveness in existing procedures6. Increase competitiveness at the Port of Sines
  10. 10. SIIG – Functional AreasSIIG is a Port Manager System for Port of Sines. Ordenamento Land Sort Cadastral e Cadastro & Concessões Concessions & New Portuário Infraestruturas Infrastructures Áreas Dominiais Domain Areas Functional Areas SIIG PLATAFORM Planning New Safety & Environment Futuras Port Functional Security ÁreasAreas funcionais Operations
  11. 11. SIIG Project Modules 1. Base Module 2. Land Sort and Cadastral Module 3. Concessions and Domain Areas Module SIIG 4. Planning and Port Operations Module 5. Security Module 6. Environment Module 7. Statistics
  12. 12. Project Integrations SIIG Project have 7 integration with others systemsAIS – Automatic Identification Vessels SystemJUP – One Stop ShopSSP – Port Surveillance SystemCUP – Port Single CardCCLS – Planning and Port Operations RoomSAP – Enterprise Management SystemDW – Data Warehouse
  13. 13. Web SIIG Portal
  14. 14. Web SIIG Portal • Access to funcional Areas • User identify • Statistical information • Map area showing the port • Additional information • Weather information • Tidal information • Useful Links
  15. 15. Web SIIG Portal 1
  16. 16. 1. Base Module • Web module • Access for all users in Port • Basic GIS functionalities such as: • viewing • inquiry • research • standard prints • Vessels and Buildings identify • Search the locations of buildings address, roads and vessels in harbour • Ask for plan plot from buildings • Ask for codification areas
  17. 17. Web SIIG Portal 2
  18. 18. 2. Land Sort & Cadastre Module • Web module • Access for users with profile • Basic GIS functionalities from Base Module • Identify buildings and maintenance management • Infrastructure management • Ask for plan plot from buildings • Confront areas with print reports • Identify Network connections by interest point with print report • View and check the land registration records • Identify and view Projects in archive by location
  19. 19. SIIG Portal – 2. Land Sort & Cadastral
  20. 20. SIIG Portal – 2. Land Sort & Cadastral
  21. 21. SIIG Portal – 2. Land Sort & Cadastral
  22. 22. SIIG Portal – 2. Land Sort & Cadastral
  23. 23. Web SIIG Portal 3
  24. 24. 3. Concessions and Domian Areas Module • Web module • Access for users with profile • Basic GIS functionalities • Identify Concessions and get report • Identify buildings and Ask for plan plot from buildings • Confront concessions with print reports • Identify Network connections by interest point with print report • View and query the network infrastructure • View and query the database of APS equipment • Define the layout for printing standard.
  25. 25. SIIG Portal – 3. Concessions & Domain Areas
  26. 26. Web SIIG Portal 4
  27. 27. 4. Security Module • Web module • Access for users with profile • Basic GIS functionalities • Viewing and consulting the areas of security APS • Viewing and consulting online the total number of people and vehicles in security areas reported by the System CUP - Single Port Card • View real-time video feeds from the cameras integrated into the SSP - Port Security System • Display real time and available resources in action on mapping basic land and sea • Analysis of the quickest route between two points with physical barriers • Modul accidents pollution with ALOHA.
  28. 28. SIIG Portal – 4. Security
  29. 29. Web SIIG Portal 5
  30. 30. SIIG Portal – 5. Environment Module • Web module • Access for users with profile • Basic GIS functionalities • Get meteorological information • Identify and View the points analyses of water, sewers, beach land • Manage General Environment Port Plan • Viewing and consulting the analyses and get reported • Model of accidents pollution with ALOHA.
  31. 31. SIIG Portal – 5. Environment
  32. 32. SIIG Portal – 5. Environment
  33. 33. Web SIIG Portal 6
  34. 34. 6. Planning and Port Operations Module • Web module • Access by users profile • Basic GIS functionalities • Identify vessels • View, query and analysis of port operations • Display real time data integration of AIS data kinematics of vessels approaching the port, the port or output port • Ability to perform scenarios of port operations • Ability to trigger actions based on scenarios previously defined.
  35. 35. SIIG Portal – 6. Planning & Port Operations
  36. 36. SIIG Portal – 6. Planning & Port Operations
  37. 37. SIIG Portal – 6. Planning & Port Operations
  38. 38. Web SIIG Portal 7
  39. 39. SIIG Portal – 7. Statistics • Web module • Access by users profile • Display real time statistical data form Data Warehouse for port management
  40. 40. GIS as the Hub for Port Information SystemsGIS is the key tool for the interoperability of all the systems inthe harbour and all the cartographic and tabular informationthat is used to manage the different types of operations madein the harbour every day.GIS:• Increases efficiency in port management and supervision•Optimise port operations while assuring adequate levels ofsecurity• Maximize the use of infrastructures and HR•Facilitate the access to information across the organizationand integrate with existing legacy systems
  41. 41. SIIG Project Team Partner solution
  42. 42. Future and New Developments• Consolidate SIIG at Port of Sines• Develop relations to integrate with others stakeholders• Extend SAP integration to Concessions and DomainAreas• Extend SAP integration for Maintenance• New integrations with DW• New solutions to monitor maritime infrastructures• Development of solution for Quarry monitorization inport
  43. 43. Planning and Port Operations Room
  44. 44. siig@portodesines.ptThank You