Strainstall Marine
The future of Berth Management Systems

• Meeting modern market demands
• Benefits of reduce operated c...
Securing a huge ship at the port is not about
simply bringing it alongside,
but is a complicated procedure knows as
“BERTH...
A Progressive Market
The size and complexity of cargo/oil & gas carrying vessels is
continually evolving

Result?
Terminal...
Potential Risks

Possible damage to berths/dock structures during docking and
whilst moored
Environmental pollution caused...
Terminal Issues

Many terminals are not designed to accommodate such large
vessels
Owners faced with the prospect of inves...
Additional Benefits

Even in larger terminals a Berth Management System can
significantly improve terminal efficiency

by
...
Benefits

Berth Management Systems

=

Improved Efficiency

Reduced Costs
About Berth Management Systems

The Berth Management system comprises of several sub-systems

DockAlert

- Vessel Approach...
DockAlert

Vessel Approach Monitoring – calculates speed and angle of approach
and distance off for a vessel being manoeuv...
MoorAlert

Mooring Load Monitoring - provides an accurate indication of
mooring loads in multi-line mooring spreads
Quick Release Hooks

Quick Release Mooring Hooks - provide secure and safe vessel
mooring with an emergency release facili...
Load Measuring Pins
Environmental Monitoring

Environmental Monitoring – sensors to monitor meteorological and
oceanographic conditions at the...
Total Jetty Management
Future of Berth Management Systems

A focus on greater integration with facility management networks
driven by the need to...
Portable Berth Management Systems

Ideal for situations where a permanent Berth Management System
would not be cost effect...
Portable Berth Management Systems
Portable Berth Management Systems
Large Digit Display

A large digit display visible to the ship’s masters can be mounted on the jetty
Berth Manager Summary

Advanced information and data logging capability

Well proven product – over 150 systems installed ...
Strainstall Marine

Strainstall was formed in 1965, in Cowes, Isle of Wight

Are a wholly owned subsidiary of James Fisher...
Strainstall Marine Locations
Capability Summary

Unrivalled quality

‘One-stop shop’

Full local support

40+ years experience

Supplied more systems t...
Thank You
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Rudolph Fernandes, Manager – IMS, Fendercare Marine, United Kingdom delivered this presentation at the 2012 International Harbour Masters Congress – Global Port and Marine Operations in Ireland. The Congress provides a unique forum in which formal Association meetings are combined with a conference and an exhibition - displaying equipment, services and technical developments from throughout the port and harbour sector. The event is held biennially and will next take place on 26-30 May 2014 in Bruges – Ghent, Belgium. Addressing the theme, ‘Safe and smooth access to ports: A challenge’, the 9th IHMA Congress in Belgium will showcase technical and operational breakthroughs together with international case studies on the development and management of modern port and marine operations across the globe. For more information about the congress, please visit the event website: http://www.globalportoperations.com

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Rudolph Fernandes, Fendercare Marine: The future of berth management systems

  1. 1. Strainstall Marine The future of Berth Management Systems • Meeting modern market demands • Benefits of reduce operated costs and increased efficiency • Developments in the Strainstall QRH BMS’s strategy
  2. 2. Securing a huge ship at the port is not about simply bringing it alongside, but is a complicated procedure knows as “BERTHING”
  3. 3. A Progressive Market The size and complexity of cargo/oil & gas carrying vessels is continually evolving Result? Terminal owners need to pay far more attention to potential risk factors when handling these large ships
  4. 4. Potential Risks Possible damage to berths/dock structures during docking and whilst moored Environmental pollution caused by ruptured loading facilities/cargo tanks/bunker tanks Major risk of fire Dry docking of vessels for inspection/repair following any collision Insurance/demurrage implications
  5. 5. Terminal Issues Many terminals are not designed to accommodate such large vessels Owners faced with the prospect of investing large amounts of capital into rebuilding/upgrading existing facilities However A Berth Management System can reduce potential risks to a safe and acceptable level Meaning Larger vessels can berth in smaller/older terminals
  6. 6. Additional Benefits Even in larger terminals a Berth Management System can significantly improve terminal efficiency by Enabling vessels to dock safely in more extreme conditions Improving vessel turn around times Requiring fewer terminal operators Protecting jetty infrastructure
  7. 7. Benefits Berth Management Systems = Improved Efficiency Reduced Costs
  8. 8. About Berth Management Systems The Berth Management system comprises of several sub-systems DockAlert - Vessel Approach Monitoring MoorAlert - Mooring Line Load Monitoring Quick Release Mooring Hooks Environmental Monitoring - Secure vessel mooring - Local meteorological conditions, wave height and sea current
  9. 9. DockAlert Vessel Approach Monitoring – calculates speed and angle of approach and distance off for a vessel being manoeuvred onto a dockside mooring
  10. 10. MoorAlert Mooring Load Monitoring - provides an accurate indication of mooring loads in multi-line mooring spreads
  11. 11. Quick Release Hooks Quick Release Mooring Hooks - provide secure and safe vessel mooring with an emergency release facility
  12. 12. Load Measuring Pins
  13. 13. Environmental Monitoring Environmental Monitoring – sensors to monitor meteorological and oceanographic conditions at the berth
  14. 14. Total Jetty Management
  15. 15. Future of Berth Management Systems A focus on greater integration with facility management networks driven by the need to reduce operating costs Alarms and event indicators forming the main operator interfaces Graphical screens being second tier of analysis The Strainstall development strategy is very much in tune with this approach
  16. 16. Portable Berth Management Systems Ideal for situations where a permanent Berth Management System would not be cost effective Often used at container and cargo ports Ideal for berthing assessments by facilities operators/managers Allows impact speed onto the fenders to be determined and used to formulate plans/recommendations to minimise damage to infrastructure Can also be used to carry out initial assessments of berthing speeds prior to the installation of a permanent system
  17. 17. Portable Berth Management Systems
  18. 18. Portable Berth Management Systems
  19. 19. Large Digit Display A large digit display visible to the ship’s masters can be mounted on the jetty
  20. 20. Berth Manager Summary Advanced information and data logging capability Well proven product – over 150 systems installed world-wide Optimises mooring line performance Ensures safe and accurate vessel approach Facilitates docking in more extreme weather conditions Reduces risk of accident and damage Improves harbour operating efficiency with better turnaround times
  21. 21. Strainstall Marine Strainstall was formed in 1965, in Cowes, Isle of Wight Are a wholly owned subsidiary of James Fisher & Sons plc Are specialists in all areas of load measurement, stress and strain determination Supply standard systems or can custom-build Can supply simple packages to sophisticated fully integrated systems
  22. 22. Strainstall Marine Locations
  23. 23. Capability Summary Unrivalled quality ‘One-stop shop’ Full local support 40+ years experience Supplied more systems than any other company First company to supply integrated systems outside of Japan Only certified company allowed to supply into Japan
  24. 24. Thank You Go raibh maith agaibh Questions

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