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VESSEL TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT SYSTEM

  1. 1. VESSEL TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT SYSTEM By: SHAILESH SHUKLA M.Tech - D&H
  2. 2. VESSEL TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT SYSTEM: The task of managing vessel traffic in ports, harbours and coastal areas places significant demands on those responsible for 1.safety, 2.security and 3. protection of the environment.
  3. 3. VTMS offers a range of flexible, scalable and configurable solutions optimised for use in everything: from small ports and harbours to major ports, and regional or national scale coastal areas.
  4. 4. CONFIGURATION: AIS Base Station Operator Workstation
  5. 5. MAIN OBJECTIVES: • Provides enhanced Situational Awareness • Information exchange with AIS equipped vessels • Provision of information about AIS equipped vessels • Traffic analysis FUNCTIONALITY: • Single and Multiple AIS sensor support • Multi-AIS data filtering and integration • Automatic AIS targets identification • AIS dynamic and static data presentation • Reception and Transmission of AIS text telegrams (Transmiss requires base station) • Record and Playback • Extensive Chart functionality
  6. 6. AIS-MONITOR AIS-Monitor provides a powerful and intuitive AIS capability. AIS-Monitor has user-friendly interface and sophisticated functionality for AIS traffic control. AIS-Monitor can display up to 500 real-time target tracks. MAIN OBJECTIVES: • Provides enhanced Situational Awareness and assistance in target tracking •Provision of information about AIS equipped vessels •AIS dynamic information exchange on vessel movements to prevent dangerous situations •AIS tatic information exchange to assist ship-to-ship communication •VTS data storage for administrative and incident analysis purposes •Distribution of AIS-related information to interested parties
  7. 7. CONFIGURATION: CCTV System AIS Base station Weather System Radio Direction finder Central server VHF Communication system Operator Workstaion
  8. 8. FUNCTIONALITY: • AIS, CCTV, RDF, Meteo-Hydro sensors support and control • Multi-AIS data filtering and integration • Automatic AIS targets acquisition and target drop • Automatic AIS targets identification • AIS dynamic and static data presentation • Transmission/reception of AIS text telegrams • Sophisticated zones configuration e.g. traffic, guard, auto- acquisition, responsibility etc. • Comprehensive configurable Alarms management including Navigation and Sensor alarms • Record and Playback • Extensive Chart functionality including chart
  9. 9. MONITOR MAIN OBJECTIVES: •Efficient utilisation of port infrastructure (supports ISPS code compliance) Monitoring and identification of vessels and other navigational objects •Ensures efficient transit •etection of illegal activity (terrorism, piracy, illegal immigration, illegal fishing, smuggling) •Collision Avoidance Provision •Assistance in search and rescue and to coastguard activities •VTS data storage for administrative purposes and incident analysis
  10. 10. MAIN OBJECTIVES: • Vessel traffic management and safety provision in large-scale high- density ports • Efficient utilisation of port infrastructure (supports ISPS code compliance) • Improve the quality of port services • Improve economic performance by operational cost savings and increased efficiency of port operations • Large scale planning and traffic coordination in regional or national areas • Detection of illegal activity
  11. 11. •To enhance safety of life and property • Reduce risk associated with marine operations • Provide primary support for collision avoidance • Mitigate consequences of incidents, accidents and disasters • Environmental protection • Distribute VTS-related information to interested parties • Store VTS data for administrative purposes and analysis of incidents • Provide assistance in search and rescue and to coastguard
  12. 12. CONFIGURATION Monitor-2 Monitor-N Monitor-3 Monitor-4 Monitor-1
  13. 13. FUNCTIONALITY: •Radar, AIS, CCTV, RDF, Metro-Hydro sensors support and control •Multi-radar tracking integration •Multi-sensor (Radar and AIS) tracking integration •Manual or automatic target acquisition and drop •Manual or automatic target identification •Radar video presentation •AIS dynamic and static data presentation •Transmission and reception of AIS text telegrams •Target simulation (creation, modification, tracking) •Route management (creation of route lines, routes, route targets mode – associated alarms generation, route point ETA calculation, Route Profile tool)
  14. 14. Central server Collection and processing of information from all system sensors. Distribution and display of this information among various operator workstations Operator workstation Displays situation in the system operating area, presenting the sensor data and sensor control, monitoring operation of system units, generating alarms and handling system database MAIN COMPONENTS Core components
  15. 15. Sensor server Receipt of data from various system sensors, processing of data from various system sensors, data transmission to central server using TCP/IP protocol Audio registration server Digitising,compressing and transferring audio information to the central server for re-recording and playback radar processor Radar signal processing, clutter suppression, initiative target tracking, radar remote control, sensor status monitoring, radar maintenance functionality
  16. 16. Sensors: radar sensor Generation and display of the traffic image in the System observation area, detection and tracking of the targets AiS Base station Automatic identification of ships IMO number, MMSI, callsign and name, reception of messages on coordinates, course, speed over the ground, reception of data on the rate of turn, ship type, port of destination and time of arrival in this port, route plan, availability of dangerous cargo, reception of static and dynamic data and binary messages CCTV, Night vision camera Manual or automatic focusing on a target or geographical point in the Chart Window, automatically following the selected target with the CCTV
  17. 17. VHF Communication System Provides shore to ship VHF communications for operators radio direction finder Scanning of the marine VHF channels, presentation of the bearing lines on the Chart window Hydro- Meteostation / Buoy Presentation of the different weather data (temperature, wind speed, direction, humidity, rainfall), presentation of the hydro data (current speed, direction, wave height)
  18. 18. Port Management information System The PMIS is an advanced information system providing extensive functionality for managing and storing different types of data related to ships, ship visits and port activities.
  19. 19. The PMIS interfaces to VTM software (to receive real-time information and for data exchange with external agencies (for example, ship agents) via the Internet. features: • Input, storage and editing of data on VTM System information objects (ships, berths, channels etc.) • Automatic input of information on AIS equipped vessels • Automatic recording of ship visit data • Automatic recording of ship position in the System area • Search for information by the set criterion • Provision of information on the ship calls to other services • Automated electronic Log Book • Use of database information to identify acquired radar targets • Generation of Vessel Positioning report for a specific moment in time
  20. 20. REMOTE TERMINAL: Remote Terminal provides real time permanent remote access to information available in the System. The System is considered by the Remote Terminal as a sensor from which it receives radar video, all the ship’s AIS data and identification and motion parameters. The operator can simultaneously connect to several systems from one Remote Terminal and display data received from all the systems.
  21. 21. Web Access and web Access Server Web Access Server provides a web based view of the navigational situation in the area covered by the existing VTM System. features: •Full information provided on the system-tracked targets •Data updated automatically or at user command •Control of the display area on the chart •No dedicated software required, except Microsoft Internet Explorer and Microsoft Java Virtual Machine •Password-protected access
  22. 22. DATABASE WEB SERVER: Database Web Server provides remote access to PMIS via a standard Internet browser. Web Access to PMIS can be used by the managers, charterers and shipping company agents for entering data on the planned ship visits, for receiving data on the stay of ships in ports and on the shipping companies and ships. FEATURES: •Read and edit access to the PMIS reference books •Remote access login to PMIS with various access rights (read only, read and edit) •Option to restrict access for particular users and/or database sections •Full information provided on targets tracked by the System •Data updated automatically or at user command
  23. 23. CONTROL & MONITORING SYSTEM: Tasks: •Continuous monitoring via the SNMP (Simple Network Management Protocol) of the equipment status and parameters •Turning on/off the equipment power supply •Computer status monitoring and remote restart •Monitoring the state of connection with an arbitrary network device with the set IP address •Monitoring the status of system software components •Graphical presentation of information on the state of monitored equipment in the program window
  24. 24. FUNCTIONS: • Transparent connection of AIS Network clients to Multi AIS Base Station environment • AIS data management and routing • Centralised control and diagnostics of AIS Base Stations • Services to AIS Network clients, such as online data reception for surveillance, binary and safety related data exchange between ships and clients • AIS data exchange with other National or International AIS Network systems • AIS data logging for later retrieval and data processing • Centralised system configuration, control and diagnostics • Presentation of AIS information on the Client Workstations over electronic charts
  25. 25. AIS  Automatic Identification System  The Automatic Identification System (AIS) is an automatic tracking system used on ships and by Vessel traffic services (VTS) for identifying and locating vessels by electronically exchanging data with other nearby ships and AIS Base stations.  AIS information supplements marine radar, which continues to be the primary method of collision avoidance for water transport.  A marine traffic coordinator using AIS and radar to manage vessel traffic.  An AIS-equipped system on board a ship presents the bearing and distance of nearby vessels in a radar-like display format.  A graphical display of AIS data on board a ship.  Information provided by AIS equipment, such as unique identification, position, course, and speed, can be displayed on a screen or an ECDIS. AIS integrates a standardized VHF transceiver with a positioning system like GPS receiver, with other electronic navigation sensors, such as a gyrocompass or rate of turn indicator.
  26. 26. AIS  The International Maritime Organization's (IMO) International Convention for the Safety of Life at Sea (SOLAS) requires AIS to be fitted aboard international voyaging ships with gross tonnage (GT) of 300 or more tons, and all passenger ships regardless of size. It is estimated that more than 40,000 ships currently carry AIS class A equipment.[  Applications and limitations  1.1 Collision avoidance  1.2 Vessel traffic services  1.3 Aids to navigation  1.4 Search and rescue  1.5 Accident investigation  1.6 Binary messages  1.7 Computing and networking  1.8 AIS data on the Internet  1.9 Range limitations and space-based tracking  1.10 Type testing and approval
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