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  • Analytic Port Information SystemPARADIGMA, Vienna, August 7, 2012
  • PARADIGMA & Transportation SectorStatistical production, marketing potential and business development Establish the empirical foundation for Austrias road transport model (Ministry of Transport and Infrastructure) Combine different survey‟s and administrative data sets Production of national road transportation statistics using ICT (R&D project with freight forwarders, truckers and academic institutions) Utilize existing transport management systems and onboard technology Feasibility studies to connect the Baltics with the Adriatic using rail links (Venice/Italy, Szczecin/Poland, EU funded project) Market potential study for transport relations between the Eastern Mediterranean and Central Europe (Venice/Italy) Identify cargo, consigners/consignees, transportation service providers Identify barriers to multimodality ( in Europe) and develop case studies to test their economic and ecological impact (Bologna, EU funded project)Page  2
  • PARADIGMA & Maritime PortsMediterranean ports Port of Livorno and its role in a multimodal transport process Supply chain development of imports of Subaru cars from Japan to Italy, crossing the Alps and to the national car distributor. Port of Ravenna and inland ports in the empty container movement cycle Business process modeling and prototyping to manage the relocation of empty containers. Port of Venice and monthly tracking of cargo movements (maritime, road and rail) Combining data from APV‟s own port community system, with rail shunting data and traffic counts from the highway administrationPage  3
  •  Maritime ports are faced with a plethora of challenges that require decisions founded on solid empirical evidence as opposed to subjective experience only. In spite of the considerable investment in information technology made in the past, port communities are not satisfied with the quality of the data nor with the decision support. More often than not information is not current, lacks detail as well as reliability making any analysis, no matter how sophisticated, which is based on such data, dubious at best. … a set of methods and software components to support Port Authorities in their the analytical, planning, monitoring, controlling and publishing work.
  • Components of APIS  Integrating data from disparate sources (PCS, statistics, road counts, Managing railroad systems, AIS, …) using ETL engines Complexity  Classification Management System  A comprehensive set of performance indicators Balanced  Visualizations tailored to highlight the information content Scorecard  Easy definition and implementation of additional PPI„s  Analysing trends and deviations by means of reach statistics functions In-Depth and visual data analysis tools (SuperCROSS, SuperWEB) Analysis  Interfaces for use of industrial analytical tools (SPSS, SAS, R, … )  Integration of demand driven reports and visualization using Dissemination & microdata (SuperVIEW) in existing web applications Publication  SDMX interface to comply with statistical reporting requirementsPage  5
  • Different sources – different data – same business Terminal operators Rail operators/carriers Road transport comp. Customs/officials Gov‘t/official statisticsBy location oforigin,destinationor transit By cargo or products traded By means of transport or transport equipment Page  6
  • Components of APIS  Integrating data from disparate sources (PCS, statistics, road counts, Managing railroad systems, AIS, …) using ETL engines Complexity  Classification Management System  A comprehensive set of performance indicators Balanced  Visualizations tailored to highlight the information content Scorecard  Easy definition and implementation of additional PPI„s  Analysing trends and deviations by means of reach statistics functions In-Depth and visual data analysis tools (SuperCROSS, SuperWEB) Analysis  Interfaces for use of industrial analytical tools (SPSS, SAS, R, … )  Integration of demand driven reports and visualization using Dissemination & microdata (SuperVIEW) in existing web applications Publication  SDMX interface to comply with statistical reporting requirementsPage  7
  • SMART criteria Requirements rating  Specific Loose, broad or vague goals are not desirable. Specific goals allow to hold someone to account for their achievement.  Measurable Specific The measure may be quantitative or qualitative, but measurement should be against a standard of performance and a standard of expectation. Time- sensitive Measurable  Attainable Goals should not be out of reach but reasonable and SMART attainable. Setting goals is a balance between this degree of “attainability” and challenge and aspiration.  Realistic A goal might be attainable, but not realistic in the Realistic Attainable particular working environment. A realistic goal helps examining the availability of resources and selecting PPIs.  Time-sensitive Goals should have a time frame or completion date to monitor progress. This is instrumental in developing a realistic action plan including intermediate objectives.Page  8
  • Using AIS data to measure dwell times in port areasPage  9
  • Select suitable indicators PPI catalog … based on best industry practice and research Perspective Requirement Indicator Computation Unit type Unit Direction Processes Productivity Dwell time Total no. of cargo tons x days time hours Minimize in port divided by Total tonnage of cargo handled Asset Throughput Berth Total tonnage of cargo number tons Maximize handled at berths divided by throughput Total no. of berths Finance Income Income per Total income (expenditure) number € Maximize divided by Total GRT (or NRT) GRT of shipping of shipping Processes Efficiency Average Total tonnage of cargo number tons Maximize handled divided by (hour) tonnage per Total no. of vessel days vessel day (hours) Processes Efficiency Average ship Total hours vessel stay in port time hours Minimize divided by Total no. of vessels turn-round timePage  10
  • Components of APIS  Integrating data from disparate sources (PCS, statistics, road counts, Managing railroad systems, AIS, …) using ETL engines Complexity  Classification Management System  A comprehensive set of performance indicators Balanced  Visualizations tailored to highlight the information content Scorecard  Easy definition and implementation of additional PPI„s  Analysing trends and deviations by means of reach statistics functions In-Depth and visual data analysis tools (SuperCROSS, SuperWEB) Analysis  Interfaces for use of industrial analytical tools (SPSS, SAS, R, … )  Integration of demand driven reports and visualization using Dissemination & microdata (SuperVIEW) in existing web applications Publication  SDMX interface to comply with statistical reporting requirementsPage  11
  • PPI Analysis… control target achievement Terminal turnover by Bullet graph array cargo types Page  12
  • Web analysis of transport & trade flows GTDS for Transport based on SuperVIEW technologyPage  13
  • In-depth desktop analysis tool: SuperCROSSPage  14
  • Components of APIS  Integrating data from disparate sources (PCS, statistics, road counts, Managing railroad systems, AIS, …) using ETL engines Complexity  Classification Management System  A comprehensive set of performance indicators Balanced  Visualizations tailored to highlight the information content Scorecard  Easy definition and implementation of additional PPI„s  Analysing trends and deviations by means of reach statistics functions In-Depth and visual data analysis tools (SuperCROSS, SuperWEB) Analysis  Interfaces for use of industrial analytical tools (SPSS, SAS, R, … )  Integration of demand driven reports and visualization using Dissemination & microdata (SuperVIEW) in existing web applications Publication  SDMX interface to comply with statistical reporting requirementsPage  15
  • Live monitoring web interfacePage  16
  • Website integration of self-service chartsPage  17
  • Beneficiaries & benefits  Enhance the competitive position of ports  Improve the efficiency and visibility of supply chains (door-door)  Enhance the image of the port, provide meaningful information to the public and industry players.  Consolidated and aggregated statistics will serve as a benchmark for terminal operators and LSP’s  LSP’s will be able to increase the transparency and visibility of the Supply Chains  LSP’s will be able to develop innovative logistics concepts  Public Administration and transport planners will be able to guide public policy formulation.  Customs will be able to monitor and analyze the development of traffic and cargo movements, combining APIS with their own data to detect potential safety and security exposures.Page  18
  • APIS Hallmarks & Differentiators Seamless integration with existing PCS and other datasources, without 1 impacting the performance of the operational systems A comprehensive and consolidated view of all essential aspects of a ports 2 business ready for analysis and reporting Enabling different user groups within the port community to develop their 3 own analysis from simple tables to advanced analytics without the involvement of IT staff Comprehensive set of predefined and extensible indicators which allow 4 the management of the port to plan, manage and monitor the execution of strategies Built in and customizable access control features, ensuring the 5 confidentiality and sensitivity of underlying microdata Integrated mechanisms (SuperVIEW, SDMX) to support the publication and 6 dissemination of statistics, meeting stakeholder expectations and complying with international reporting requirementsPage  19
  • BackupPage  20
  • APIS ArchitecturePage  21
  • APIS Deployment phasesCustomization & training of customer personel Map local data sources Provide role (PCS) to the Adapt and calibrate adequate training consolidated APIS data port performance for management, model (using NLIP indicators to local analysts and system standards) levels administrators Data Report Calibrate consolidation alignment PPI„s IT integration Training Align APIS reporting Purchase licences for to the requirements productive usage of the port. Interconnect APIS Integrate in existing with existing software INTRA – INTERNET applications platforms.Page  22