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Steve Guest, Kongsberg Norcontrol IT AS, Norway: Maximizing radar performance for safer, cleaner ports

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Steve Guest, Marketing and Sales Director, Kongsberg Norcontrol IT AS, Norway delivered this presentation at the 2012 International Harbour Masters Congress – Global Port and Marine Operations in …

Steve Guest, Marketing and Sales Director, Kongsberg Norcontrol IT AS, Norway 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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  • 1. C-SharpER Steve Guest, Kongsberg Norcontrol IT WORLD CLASS – through people, technology and dedication KONGSBERG PROPRIETARY. This document contains KONGSBERG information which is proprietary and confidential. Any disclosure, copying, distribution or use is prohibited if not otherwise explicitly agreed with KONGSBERG in writing. Any authorised reproduction, in whole or in part, must include this legend. © 2012 KONGSBERG – All rights reserved. 23/04/2012
  • 2. Agenda • • Objective • Today’s technology • Project details • /2/ Partners Project benefits 23/04/2012 WORLD CLASS – through people, technology and dedication
  • 3. Partners • Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore  Recognised as a world leading port operator and authority  Pro-active encouragement of maritime research and development  Leading green port operator. • Kongsberg Norcontrol IT Pte Ltd  Leading supplier of high-technology, user-driven Vessel Traffic Service (VTS) systems worldwide  Latest VTS system is called C-Scope. • Kelvin Hughes  Leader in the design and manufacture of marine radar systems  Latest radar system is called SharpEye. C-SharpER C-Scope + SharpEye = C-Sharp /3/ 23/04/2012 WORLD CLASS – through people, technology and dedication
  • 4. Objective C-SharpER will evaluate the capability of a single radar for the provision of the following shored-based radar services: 1. VTS Radar service (Basic, Standard, Advanced) iaw IALA Rec. V-128 2. Oil Spill Detection service 3. Precipitation/Squall alert service 4. Security detection, tracking and classification service* *KNC funded /4/ 23/04/2012 WORLD CLASS – through people, technology and dedication
  • 5. Today’s technology – VTS requires a clean image of vessels and buoys with minimal clutter or false detections /5/ 23/04/2012 WORLD CLASS – through people, technology and dedication
  • 6. Today’s technology – Oil spill detection depends on accurate modelling of sea clutter and its variability /6/ 23/04/2012 WORLD CLASS – through people, technology and dedication
  • 7. Today’s technology – precipitation/squall detection /7/ 23/04/2012 WORLD CLASS – through people, technology and dedication
  • 8. Today’s technology – the dilemma The various radar services have different technical requirements that historically make them incompatible Radar Service Service range Antenna polarization Antenna rotation Radar pulse length Signal processing Aggressive: -target detection -clutter removal Vessel Traffic Services to 48 nm H/C, not V 12-24 RPM Medium/Long Short/Medium Oil Spill Detection to 3 nm V/C, not H 24-48 RPM Short/Medium Sea clutter analysis Precip/squall Detection to 24 nm V/H, not C 24-48 RPM Short Rain clutter analysis Pulse compression Parallel pathways C-SharpER All services /8/ 23/04/2012 to 24-48 nm H polarization w/high tower 24 RPM (SharpEye) (C-Scope) WORLD CLASS – through people, technology and dedication
  • 9. Agenda • • Objective • Today’s technology • Project details • /9/ Partners Project benefits 23/04/2012 WORLD CLASS – through people, technology and dedication
  • 10. Project details • Duration: • Goods: • • • • • C-Scope VTS system; Sharp-Eye Radar Tx/Rx & antenna; CCTV camera, Remote Access and power switches; Infrastructure; antenna mounting, equipment cabin, UPS, Singtel remote connection, vessels; KNC KH KNC MPA Services: • • MPA man-hours; KNC/KH man-hours; • Sites: • Project funds: • • • • • / 10 / Approx. 30 months 23/04/2012 Radar site; Operator workstation; Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore; Kongsberg Norcontrol IT; Kelvin Hughes; Total Project; 4-600 3-4,000 TGB PSA Vista SGD EURO 909,500 (37%) 1,091,400 (44.3%) 460,100 (18.7 %) 2,461,000 1,500,000 550,000 670,000 280,000 WORLD CLASS – through people, technology and dedication
  • 11. Project status – Singapore C-SharpER radar site (TGB) / 11 / 23/04/2012 WORLD CLASS – through people, technology and dedication
  • 12. Project status – Singapore • • Infocomm Development Authority (IDA) approval granted for radar frequency operation • / 12 / Radar tower at TGB has had a structural survey awaiting Building & Construction Authority (BCA) approval C-Scope VTS system including Operator position is already installed at KNC office PSA Vista #06-01A 23/04/2012 WORLD CLASS – through people, technology and dedication
  • 13. Project status - Norway • • C-Scope VTS extractor and tracker has been delivered, installed and tested • / 13 / SharpEye radar has been delivered, installed and tested Awaiting shipment to Singapore in June 23/04/2012
  • 14. Project time-line Evaluation and market phase – 12 months Installation, data collection and assessment phase – 18 months Installation Preparation Composite Oil Spill Security Processing Optimised Optimised Evaluation Precip/Squalls VTS Composite Optimised Optimised Processing Year 1 Final Report Year 3 Year 2 VTS Exercise NE Monsoon season (Dec-Mar) Market Evaluation SW Monsoon season (Jun-Sept) Oil spill Exercise Naval Exercise NE Monsoon season (Dec-Mar) VTS Exercise Oil spill Exercise Naval Exercise NE Monsoon season (Dec-Mar) SW Monsoon Season (Jun-Sept) Related Activities/Opportunities/Exercises – To Be Scheduled/Considered with MPA / 14 / 23/04/2012 WORLD CLASS – through people, technology and dedication
  • 15. Agenda • • Objective • Today’s technology • Project details • / 15 / Partners Project benefits 23/04/2012 WORLD CLASS – through people, technology and dedication
  • 16. Project benefits • • • • Further enhance MPA's "green port" credentials Demonstrate a pro-active response to risk from future oil spills Deterrent to shipping considering cleaning bilges Enhance MPA's technical/operational knowledge related to new solid-state • radar technologies Potentially saving capital cost, operational cost, real-estate and use of the radio frequency spectrum • Assessment of MPA providing: • • • • • an improved VTS radar service an “Oil spill alert” service a “Squall alert” service a “Heavy rain/flooding alert” service Market potential includes major port authorities, coastal authorities, environmental authorities, Oil Spill response organisations, weather authorities, marinas, etc / 16 / 23/04/2012 WORLD CLASS – through people, technology and dedication
  • 17. Questions and Answers www.kongsberg.com 17 03-Oct-11 WORLD CLASS - through people, technology and dedication