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  • Activity 3 addresses maritime safety from the ship perspective; this means considering existing fleet where results can be achieved in a relatively short time thanks to (limited) retrofitting rather than new buildings. We proposes improvement both for operational and emergency conditionsBenefits for the maritimesectorSafety: saferoperativity , usingmethodologyalreadyadopted in otherindustrialsector. Safety: increase the useof ICT in emergency situation , evalutate new equioment. Environment: no directconsequences, but a safership is an help for the environmentEfficiency: This innovation must respectrules and regulations and should be sustainable for an economicalviewpoint.
  • Activity 3 addresses maritime safety from the ship perspective; this means considering existing fleet where results can be achieved in a relatively short time thanks to (limited) retrofitting rather than new buildings. We proposes improvement both for operational and emergency conditionsBenefits for the maritimesectorSafety: saferoperativity , usingmethodologyalreadyadopted in otherindustrialsector. Safety: increase the useof ICT in emergency situation , evalutate new equioment. Environment: no directconsequences, but a safership is an help for the environmentEfficiency: This innovation must respectrules and regulations and should be sustainable for an economicalviewpoint.

Ml event 23 oct 13   session 2 - ml2 Ml event 23 oct 13 session 2 - ml2 Presentation Transcript

  • MONALISA Event Brussels 23 October
  • Agenda 1000-1015 1015-1030 1030-1230 1230-1400 Agenda & objectives Key Note: Capt. José Anselmo, DG MOVE Presentation of MONALISA (1) results LUNCH 1400-1420 MONALISA 2.0 – introduction 1420-1550 1550-1605 1605-1620 1620-1635 1635-1650 1650-1700 1700-1900 1900 Presentation of ML 2.0 Activities (& Coffee) Key Note: Axel Wenblad, WWF Key Note: Jacob Terling, DG MOVE Key Note: Fiona McFadden, SESAR Key Note: Prof Valente de Oliveira, DG MOVE Summary Mingle & exhibitions & cocktail Dinner
  • Project rationale • • • • • Promising results and experiences from the current MONALISA project Need for more effective flow of information Inspiration from the Aviation Internationally increased demands for actions and needs for route exchange and route surveillance – Sea Traffic Management After Costa Concordia: > How to improve maritime safety, SAR and mass-evacuations? > Need to secure the chain, incl. Safety in Ports
  • Facts and Figures Partnership: 39 partners/ 30 beneficiaries Total budget: 24.3 million euro EC contribution: 50% Time frame: 2012-2015
  • Scope of MONALISA 2.0
  • Project Partnership Public sector Private sector Academia Swedish Maritime Administration (Lead) Air Navigation Services of Sweden The Swedish Meteorological and Hydrological Institute Danish Maritime Authority Danish Meterological Institute Ministry of Transport (IT) RINA (IT) D Áppolonia (IT) Port of Livorno (IT) SASEMAR (ES) Valencia Port Authority (ES) Valencia Port Foundation (ES) Norwegian Coastal Administration SSPA (SE) TRANSAS (SE) Carmenta (SE) Viktoria Swedish ICT (SE) GateHouse (DK) Navicon (DK) Carnival Corp. (UK) Fraunhofer (DE) DLR (DE) Jeppesen (DE) Rheinmetall (DE) IB (IT) ERGOPROJECT (IT) Martec SPA (IT) Ferri Industries (ES) CIMNE (ES) Corporacion Maritima (ES) MARSEC-XL (MT) Chalmers University of Technology (SE) World Maritime University (SE) Novia University of Applied Sciences (FI) University of Genua (IT) VEMARS (IT) Technical University of Madrid (ES) University of Catalonia (ES) Technical University of Athens (GR)
  • Project Partnership Starting points: 07° 51,082’ (W) 68° 15,295’ (N) Ending point: 10° 31,044’ (W) 34° 34,198’ (N) 33° 72° 25,227’ (N) 28° 32° 13,857’ (N) 11,01’(E) 10,6’ (E) MONALISA 2.0 involves the following EU Member States: - Sweden - Finland - Denmark - Germany - United Kingdom - Spain - Italy - Malta - Greece The consortium consists of Public, Private and Academic partners. See further Section 6 – Quality of the Action. The Norwegian Coastal Administration is full partner in the consortium. Being a public body in a non-EU country, the Norwegian budget is not eligible. The financing of the Norwegian participation is fully covered by own sources.
  • Agenda 1000-1015 Agenda & objectives 1015-1030 Key Note: Capt. José Anselmo, DG MOVE 1030-1230 Presentation of MONALISA (1) results 1230-1400 LUNCH 1400-1420 MONALISA 2.0 – introduction 1420-1550 Presentation of ML 2.0 Activities (& Coffee) 1550-1605 Key Note: Axel Wenblad, WWF 1605-1620 Key Note: Jacob Terling, DG MOVE 1620-1635 Key Note: Fiona McFadden, SESAR 1635-1650 Key Note: Prof Valente de Oliveira, DG MOVE 1650-1700 Summary 1700-1900 Mingle & exhibitions & cocktail 1900 Dinner
  • MONALISA results & benefits • Activity 1 – Per Setterberg • Activity 2 – Ulf Svedberg • Activity 3 – Flavio Marangon • Activity 4 – Pepe Díaz
  • Per Setterberg
  • Act 1 Operations & Tools • Safer, Smarter, Shorter • Safety : Share information – gain situational awareness!
  • Act 1 Operations & Tools • Safer, Smarter, Shorter • Environment: Maritime Spatial Planning and real time monitoring.
  • Act 1 Operations & Tools • Safer, Smarter, Shorter • Efficiency: On time, on track – on the money!
  • The MONALISA legacy 1.2 Procedures and Human Machine Interface 1.1 Baseline 1.3 Voyage Exchange Format 1.4 Extended Test-bad 1.5 Short-based Deep Sea Assistance 1.6 Decision support 1.7 Maritime Spatial Planning 1.8 Conceptual test and Demonstration
  • The base MONALISA 1 SESAR CISE MarNis EfficienSea TrainMoS Blast ACCSEAS R&D output MoS-projects IMO e-NAV e-Maritime e-Freight 1.1 Baseline
  • The tools • Solid procedures • New ECDIS standard • Simulator network 1.2 Procedures and Human Machine Interface 1.3 Voyage Exchange Format 1.4 Extended Test-bad
  • The methods • Making use of MONALISA results – Baltic Sea, Great Barrier Reef • Intelligent planning and monitoring • In sync with nature and wildlife 1.5 Short-based Deep Sea Assistance 1.6 Decision support 1.7 Maritime Spatial Planning
  • The target • Integrate all parts of the Green Routes concept in a final demonstration • Evaluate • • • Risks and safety Effectiveness, efficiency and economy Stakeholders’ opinions 1.8 Conceptual test and Demonstration
  • Integrations Activity 1 Operations & Tools Activity 2 STM Definition Phase
  • Key Stakeholders • Shipowners • P&I - insurance • Authorities
  • Act 1 Operations & Tools • Safer, Smarter, Shorter • • • Safety : Share information Environment: Planning and Monitoring Efficiency: On time, on track – on the money!
  • With a little help from our friends ;-)
  • MONALISA results & benefits • • • • Activity 1 – Per Setterberg Activity 2 – Ulf Svedberg Activity 3 – Flavio Marangon Activity 4 – Pepe Díaz
  • Ulf Svedberg Swedish Maritime Administration
  • Film: ProjectPlace – 06_Communications/Films: MONALISA_animated
  • FLAG STATES PORT STATE CONTROL CLASS. SOCIETIES SECURITY PORT AUTH PORT SERV. TUGS CUSTOMS P&I CLUBS SHIP OWNER SHIP OPERATOR FREIGHT FORWARDERS BANKERS SHIP BROKERS AND AGENTS CREW Locks&Bridges PILOTS UNIONS CHARTERERS CARGO OWNER PASSENGERS COASTAL STATES CITIZENS AT LARGE
  • Single Window principle • National Single Window: The Marnis concept with one common window for exchange of information Port Cargo Crew Master PSW NSW Bunker Agent Custom Immigration Pilot Hazmat Environment Pax MOS SafeSeaNet VTS
  • System Wide Information Management SESAR Next Generation Europe USA Single European Sky ATM Research EU- Commission: TEN-T Eurocontrol Industry Grand Total 350 mio € 350 mio € 700 mio € 700 mio € 2,1 Bill € ASTRA Australia
  • SESAR Single European Sky ATM Research Federation of Information Maritime Web Solution
  • Voyage number Cargo Ship ETA Position Weather Stakeholders Routeing Port MSI Surveys Cargo VTS Customs Anomalities Security Owner The Ship Statistics Intelligence
  • Voyage no´s in the complete STM process Years STM Planning Phases Lifecycle of the Shipping Business 6 months Days Strategical Business development Hours Tactical Shore operations Shipowner Strategic Planning Marketings Charterings Schedules Long term contracts Cruise industry Sharing conferences Politics Berthings preps Major events Port operations IMO and SOLAS impacts Ocean passages Voyage plans Weather routeings Maritime spatial plans Coastal Routeings Monalisa Fairway limitations Minutes Executional Routeing UNCLOS Coastal Navigations Open sea pilotage Anti- Collision Close encounters TSS, SRS and VTS Areas Congestion Planning Anti-Collision COLREG Pilotage Locks Tugs Portsafe PPU Arrival
  • Activity 2, STM definition phase 2015 20xx 20yy
  • Key Stakeholders • IMO, DG MOVE, DG MARE, IALA EMSA, EMSA, ECSA, IFSMA • Maritime Authorities, IHO, ITU, IEC • Shipowners, Shipping agents, Ports, Cargo owners • Industry, manufacturers • Cross-sectoral: CG, Customs, Police
  • Partners • • • • • • • • • • • • Carnival Plc Chalmers University of Technology Corporacion Maritima Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt (DLR) Fraunhofer Norwegian Coastal Administration (NCA) MARSEC-XL Ministry of Transport Italy Swedish Air Navigational Services (LFV) Swedish Maritime Administration (SMA) Valenciaport Foundation Viktoria Swedish ICT AB
  • Thank You Ulf.Svedberg@sjofartsverket.se www.monalisaproject.eu
  • MONALISA results & benefits • • • • Activity 1 – Per Setterberg Activity 2 – Ulf Svedberg Activity 3 – Flavio Marangon Activity 4 – Pepe Díaz
  • Activity 3 – Safer Ship Flavio Marangon
  • How Act 3 changes the world • Maritime safety from the ship perspective • Operational and emergency conditions • Benefits for the maritime sector • Safety • Environment • Efficiency
  • Sub Activities Interrelations 3.3 Networked Vessel 3.1 Behavior Based Safety (BBS) 3.2 ICT Tool for Search and Rescue 3.5 Cost Benefit Analysis Operative Contribution Potential Contribution 3.4 Safe Evacuation System
  • Activity 3 and Monalisa 2.0 3.4 SES – Safety Evacuation System Activity 1 & 2: Sea Traffic Management 3.3 Networked Vessel 3.2 ICT Tool for Search and Rescue SA 4.1 Safety in Ports SA 4.2 Safety in Coastal Areas
  • Activity 3 will provide pilot application in real context Key Stakeholders Shipowners Adoption of Act 3 Solutions Administrations
  • How Act 3 changes the world • Maritime safety from the ship perspective • Operational and emergency conditions • Benefits for the maritime sector • Safety • Environment • Efficiency
  • MONALISA Event Brussels 23 October
  • MONALISA results & benefits • • • • Activity 1 – Per Setterberg Activity 2 – Ulf Svedberg Activity 3 – Flavio Marengo Activity 4 – Pepe Díaz
  • José Manuel Díaz/Eugenia Sillero Activity 4 Operational Safety
  • SASEMAR does 8 letters: • SAR (Search and Rescue) • VTS (Vessel Traffic Services) • PC (Pollution Combat) It is the civil Spanish Coast Guard
  • How Act 4 changes the world • Accidents happen • Act 4 improves the response at sea and in ports • Benefits for the maritime sector: • Safety • Environment • Efficiency
  • How to Get the Succes in Activity 4 Partner Country SASEMAR Spain Corporacion Maritima Spain Valencia Port Authority Spain Valenciaport Foundation Spain Livorno Port Authority Italy RINA Italy D'APOLONIA Italy Italian Coast Guard Italy Technical University of Catalonia Spain Technical University of Madrid Spain Chalmers University of Technology Sweden NTUA Greece CIMNE Spain SSPA Sweden FERRI Spain Carnival Cruise Lines UK MARSEC-XL Malta
  • Sub activities ACTIVITY 4 OPERATIONAL SAFETY Subactivity 4.1 Safety in Ports Subactivity 4.2 Safety in Coastal Areas Task 4.1.1 Contingency Planning Task 4.2.1 Maritime Search and Rescue Task 4.3.1 Extensive Risk Assessment in Ports Task 4.1.2 Mass Evacuation in Ports Task 4.2.2 Manouvering/ Recovering of Damaged Ships Task 4.3.2 Extensive Risk Assessment in Coastal Areas Task 4.2.3 Onboard Lifeboats Recovery Systems Task 4.3.3 Bridge ICT Support/Dynamic Predictor Task 4.1.3 Mass Evacuation in Ports Pilot Exercise Task 4.2.4 Pilot Exercise (Massive SAR in coastal area) Subactivity 4.3 Risk Assessment Task 4.3.4 Implementation and Piloting Subactivity 4.4 Risk Management Guidelines Task 4.4.1 Study of Different Maritime Accidents Task 4.4.2 Application of Reference Docs Task 4.4.3 Definition of Protocols Task 4.4.4 Guidelines and Procedures after Accidents Subactivity 4.5 Safety Information Systems Task 4.5.1 Efficient Management of Safety Information Systems in Ports Task 4.5.2 Information Systems to Support SAR Operrations Task 4.5.3 MAR/HYDRO/ METEO Information Systems Task 4.5.4 Information Systems Integration and Interoperability Subactivity 4.6 Training Task 4.6.1 SAR Operation in Coastal Areas/ Massive Rescue Task 4.6.2 Evacuation and Assistance of Evacauted People in Ports Task 4.6.3 Emergency Management On Board Ships Task 4.6.4 Leadership and Human Factor in Crisis Scenarios Task 4.6.5 IMO/ICAO/ IAMSAR Based Training Task 4.6.6 Training in Fire Fighting in Ports/ Ships/LNG Installations
  • Sub activities Activity/Task Leader Sub-activity 4.1 Safety in Ports Valencia Port Authority 4.1.1 Contingency Planning Valencia Port Authority 4.1.2 Mass Evacuation in Ports Prototyping Valencia Port Authority 4.1.3 Mass Evacuation in Ports Pilot Exercise Valencia Port Authority SASEMAR SASEMAR CIMNE FERRI SASEMAR Sub-activity 4.2 Safety in Coastal Areas 4.2.1 Maritime Search and Rescue (Exercise Scenario Definition for piloting) 4.2.2 Manoeuvring/Recovering of Damaged Ships 4.2.3 On-board Lifeboats Recovery Systems 4.2.4 Pilot Exercise (Massive SAR in coastal area) Sub-activity 4.3 Risk Assessment 4.3.1 Extensive Risk Assessment in Ports 4.3.2 Extensive Risk Assessment in Coastal Areas 4.3.3 Bridge ICT Support/Dynamic Predictor 4.3.4 Implementation and Piloting Sub-activity 4.4 Risk Management Guidelines 4.4.1 Study of Different Maritime Accidents 4.4.2 Application of Existing Reference Documents 4.4.3 Definition of Protocols in case of accidents 4.4.4 Proposal of procedures after accidents Sub-activity 4.5 Safety Information Systems 4.5.1 Efficient Management of Safety Information Systems in Ports 4.5.2 SARMAP Information System 4.5.3 MAR/HYDRO/METEO Information Systems 4.5.4 Information Systems Integration and Interoperability Sub-activity 4.6 Training 4.6.1 SAR Operations in Coastal Areas/Massive Rescue 4.6.2 Evacuation and Assistance of Evacuated People in Ports 4.6.3 Emergency Management on Board Ships 4.6.4 Leadership and Human Factor in Crisis Scenarios 4.6.5 MO/ICAO/IAMSAR Based Training 4.6.6 Training in Fire Fighting in Ports/Ships/LNG Installations SSPA Valencia Port Authority SSPA SSPA SSPA Technical University of Madrid Technical University of Madrid Technical University of Madrid Technical University of Madrid Technical University of Madrid CIMNE MARSEC X-L SASEMAR CIMNE CIMNE SASEMAR (CENTRO JOVELLANOS) CENTRO JOVELLANOS Valencia Port Foundation Technical University of Catalonia Technical University of Catalonia SSPA CENTRO JOVELLANOS
  • Sub activities RISK ANALYSIS/ MANAGEMENT TRAINING SAFETY INFORMATION SYSTEMS MONALISA 2.0 OPERATIONAL SAFETY COMMON ARCHITECTURE Port A Port B Port D COASTAL AREA/SAR/ VTM STM Port C Coordination Node Material and Technical resources and plans
  • Integrations S.A 3.3 NETWORKED VESSEL ACTIVITIES 1 & 2 SEA TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT S.A 3.2 ICT TOOL FOR SEARCH AND RESCUE S.A 4.6 TRAINING, S.A 4.3, 4.4 RISK ASSESSMENT TOOLS & S.A 4.5 ICT TOOLS S.A 4.1 SAFETY IN PORTS S.A 4.2 SAFETY IN COASTAL AREAS
  • Key Stakeholders PUBLIC WORKS MINISTRY MN-2.0 - Reference Group: Stakeholders Group STATE INFRASTRUCTURE, TRANSPORT AND HOUSING SECRETARIAT MN-2.0 - High level steering Group GENERAL TRANSPORT SECRETARIAT PUERTOS DEL ESTADO: SPANISH STATE PORTS ORGANISM* MERCHANT MARINE GENERAL DIRECTORATE SASEMAR SPANISH MARITIME SAFETY AGENCY* SECRETARÍA GENERAL DE TRANSPORTES DIRECCIÓN GENERAL DE LA MARINA MERCANTE * SASEMAR AND PUERTOS DEL ESTADO are public entities within the Ministry Spanish Permanent Representation at: IALA, IMO, SSS, MoS Ship Yards Association Freight Forwarders Port and Multimodal Terminals INTEGRAL MARITIME TRAINING CENTRE JOVELLANOS
  • How Act 4 changes the world • Accidents happen • Act 4 improves the response at sea and in ports • Benefits for the maritime sector: • Safety • Environment • Efficiency
  • J O V E L L A N O S Sociedad de Salvamento y Seguridad Marítima C E N T R O Thank you for your attention !! eugeniasm@sasemar.es Jmldiaz@centrojovellanos.com www.centrojovellanos.com www.salvamentomaritimo.com 57
  • Agenda 1000-1015 1015-1030 1030-1230 1230-1400 1400-1420 1420-1550 1525-1550 1550-1605 1605-1620 1620-1635 1635-1650 1650-1700 1700-1900 1900 Agenda & objectives Key Note: Capt. José Anselmo, DG MOVE Presentation of MONALISA (1) results LUNCH MONALISA 2.0 – introduction Presentation of ML 2.0 Activities Coffee Key Note: Axel Wenblad, WWF Key Note: Jacob Terling, DG MOVE Key Note: Fiona McFadden, SESAR Key Note: Prof Valente de Oliveira, DG MOVE Summary Mingle & exhibitions & cocktail Dinner
  • ...and now, we are proud to present… …the brand new MONALISA 2.0 movie
  • Film: ProjectPlace – 06_Communications/Films: MonaLisa2_STM_V02
  • MONALISA Event Brussels 23 October