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Title: FARGIS SEMINAR 26.2.02


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FARGIS SEMINAR 26.2.02
  • Project presentations
  • EU-project
  • Norwegian-project
  • By
  • Kay Endre Fjørtoft
  • Tore Flobakk
  • MARINTEK

2
Project presentations
  • IP (Intermodal Portal)
  • INTRA (Intermodal transport)
  • ShipLog (Efficient information exchange in
    operation and transport of goods in an intermodal
    chain)
  • D2D ("Demonstration of an integrated management
    and communication system for door-to-door
    intermodal freight transport operations")
  • Themis
  • MARSIKT is a research and development project
    funded by Norges Rederiforbund to strengthen the
    cooperation between Norwegian ship owners in the
    area of Information and Communication Technology,
    ICT
  • TurboRouter

3
TCMS/TRIM
NFR projects
the Norwegian Ship-owners Association
EU projects
Other
4
Intermodal Transport
Raw materials
Customs
Customs
Terminal
Port
Customer
Port
VTMS
5
Objective Intelligent Transport System
Producer
Raw materials
Customer
  • Solutions for the user
  • Easy to use
  • Flexible
  • Fast
  • Reliable service
  • Better services along the chain
  • Cost effective
  • Better control

6
Intermodal Transport
  • Typical problems
  • Negotiations complex
  • Transport ordering complex
  • Communication complex
  • Rescheduling complex
  • Transport chain poorly defined
  • Track and trace poorly developed
  • Unefficient operation
  • Poor customer service

Loosing money, loosing business
7
TCMS Transport Chain Management System
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TCMS Profiles
  • Used to manage and control transport chains
  • Booking and orders
  • Prepare and perform transport
  • Monitor and track a chain/transport
  • Can be used to exchange and to convert messages
  • Can produce documents and be able to send
    documents to actors in the chain
  • Stores data in TRIM

9
TRIM Transport Reference Information Model
Time
ARKTRANS
D2D
ShipLog
II
2001
I
N
I
T
P
R
2000
S
A
H
I
P
I
L
I
1999
N
O
N
F
G
F
R
O
A
I
T
T
L
1998
N
R
R
O
T
A
A
TRIM
G
E
N
N
R
S
S
1997
P
D
O
A
R
T
1996
T
A
Norwegian RD projects
EU RD projects
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TCMS External Interfaces
Administrator Interface
TCMS
User Data
Avesta-KBR
Intranet e-mail
Message(EDI) Interface
Intranet Browser
SJ
Presentation Interface
Message Management
Information Document Visualisation
Torline
WEB/EDI Interface
Systems Interface
Distributor
11
TRIM - Transport Reference Information Model
A SUBMODEL EXAMPLE
Http//www.informatics.sintef.no/trim
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TRIM Transport Reference Information Model
  • A CONCEPTUAL data model covering intermodal
    freight transport
  • A intermodal architecture
  • Input from about 25-30 data models used in the
    industry
  • Input from 20-25 projects, mainly Norwegian and
    European
  • Input from international standards like CEN, ISO,
    etc.
  • Will be continually upgraded and maintained
  • Free of charge

13
What can happen if a message does not get to
correct actor?
14
D2D
INFRATRANS
Shiplog II
TCMS/TRIM
INFOLOG
NFR projects
the Norwegian Ship-owners Association
EU projects
Other
15
TCMS (Tranport Chain Management System) Organise
and initiate transport Control transport Provide
documents Visualise transport information
Unit, transport means or consignment
identification
Position or ETA information
FTMS (Freight Transport Monitoring
System) Provide transport status
Position data network
Producer
Customer
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TCMS Transport Chain Management System
  • Used by the chain manager to organise, monitor,
    control the intermodal transport chains under his
    responsibility
  • Sending, receiving and storing all information
    related to the parties involved in the specific
    transport chain, the cargo shipped and the
    conditions for the shipment, before during, and
    after the transport
  • Serving as an interface to load matching services
    and simulation tools

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FTMS - freight transport monitoring system
  • Providing intermodal tracking and tracing
    information and estimates on arrival times
    related to the shipment and/or the vessel/vehicle
    carrying the shipment
  • Integrating existing systems, new technologies
    and standards enabling a global network of data
    collection nodes
  • Realising a technical and organisational solution
    which enables commercial operation and competing
    service providers
  • Interfacing to those responsible for operating
    intermodal door-to-door transport operations

18
Demonstrators (1)
  • Transport of John Deere products from Mannheim
    via Antwerp, Zeebrügge and Freemantle to final
    destinations in inland Australia.
  • Transport of metals from manufacturing plant in
    Norway to a hub in the Netherlands.
  • Via Duisburg to customers in Germany using barge.
  • Directly from the hub to customers on truck.
  • To Greece using coastal shipping, and the final
    transport to customer will be by truck

19
Demonstrators (2)
  • Transport of VW cars from Wolfsburg in Germany
    using rail through Germany, Austria, and
    Slovenia. From a port in Slovenia, a combination
    of waterborne and truck transport is used to
    bring the cars to customers in Slovenia, Egypt,
    Israel, Turkey, Malta, Cyprus, Syria, and Lebanon

20
Demonstrators (3)
  • Transport of general cargo from Spain to Gran
    Canaria and from Portugal to the Azores and
    Madeira
  • Transport of Daimler Chrysler cars from Bremen
    through Bremerhaven with North America as the
    final destination
  • Transport of mineral fertilisers from Spain to
    customers in the Mediterranean

21
D2D
INFRATRANS
Shiplog II
TCMS/TRIM
TurboRouter
INFOLOG
NFR projects
the Norwegian Ship-owners Association
EU projects
Other
22
TurboRouter
  • Little use of advanced optimisation software in
    planning of fleet schedules in maritime
    transportation
  • Planning based on knowledge and years of
    experience
  • Planners have human constraints
  • A chartering manager can in practice consider
    only a few vessels and cargoes simultaneously
  • Thus, only a few schedule alternatives are
    evaluated
  • An optimisation software can calculate millions
    of alternatives in only a few seconds
  • An optimisation software has however restricted
    ability to handle all practical constraints that
    occur in real life

? TurboRouter combines the computers calculation
power with the planners knowledge and experience
23
Fleet scheduling with TurboRouter
  • Assigning cargoes to ships
  • A major combinatorial problem with an enormous
    number of alternatives to evaluate
  • 3 vessels and 5 cargoes ? 243 alternatives
  • 10 vessels and 20 cargoes ? 100,000,000,000,000,00
    0,000!!!!
  • Practical constraints will reduce the number of
    possible solutions
  • Rescheduling often needed
  • ? Need a routine to evaluate solutions quickly in
    order to determine an optimal one

24
Port-to-port distance calculations in TurboRouter
  • TurboRouter includes unique routines for
    calculation of port-to-port distances
  • Calculates shortest distance that does not
    intersect land contours
  • The user only enters the port together with its
    position
  • The distance calculation is the basis for the
    schedule optimisation routines

25
Tactical planning with TurboRouter (cont.)
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D2D
INFRATRANS
Shiplog II
TCMS/TRIM
TurboRouter
INFOLOG
MARSIKT
NFR projects
the Norwegian Ship-owners Association
EU projects
Other
28
MARSIKT
On the basis of the report Future Development in
the Shipping industry and its Markets (FUSS
2000), the Norwegian Ship-owners Association
(Norges Rederiforbund) in September 2000
initiated a project on co-operation between
Norwegian ship owners about use and development
of Information and Communication Technology (ICT)
solutions. The main conclusion from this project
was that in several areas ship owners could
benefit from co-operation about implementation
and development of ICT solutions for their
business. The following concrete areas where
identified for further exploitation   ü      
Information management ü       Information
standardization ü       Specification and
development of portals for procurement and
shipping ü       Knowledge management and
competence development ü       Analysis and
development of work and business
processes ü       In-service training about ICT
and computer systems ü    New value adding
services made possible through ICT technological
development ü       Maritime ICT infrastructure,
framework and services  
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MARSIKT
  • The MARSIKT structure is based on the traditional
    segregation in shipping, where one organisation
    deals with Ship Management, or technical
    operations, and another with the commercial
    aspect of the shipping, called Operation. The
    third element is where shipping companies are
    becoming more involved in the supply chains of
    the cargo owner. To cover the broad spectre of
    activities proposed in the pre-project it is
    decided to build up MARSIKT as a cluster of
    projects with a common management overhead, or
    program management. The three themes selected and
    sub projects formed are
  • Ship Management
  • Maritime Logistics
  • MARINET (ICT infrastructure and
  • framework)
  •  


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MARSIKT - SHIP MANAGEMENT
  • Performance Monitoring and ICT Transforming
    strategy into Key Performance Indicators and
    ensure continuous improvements
  • Work Process Modeling and ICT Map current and
    future Work Processes and identify candidates for
    improvements related to ICT.
  • Reliability Centered Maintenance, pilot study.
    Does RCM really work for Ships?
  • Technical Health of ship machinery and equipment,
    pilot study. How can we measure technical health
    of critical equipment, and how can this parameter
    be used as a KPI ?

31
D2D
INFRATRANS
Shiplog II
ARKTRANS
TCMS/TRIM
TurboRouter
INFOLOG
MARSIKT
NFR projects
the Norwegian Ship-owners Association
EU projects
Other
32
INTRA
INTRA Intermodal Transport, is a project with
objective to improve the information flows in
intermodal freight transport. The project
focuses on standardisation of data messages,
which are exchanged between systems in a
transport chain. Improvements of current
standards will result in more integrated systems
that can exchange data without the needs for
manual conversions.
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INTRA
  • An demonstrator showing information exchange
    between different IP-nodes has been developed.
    Will be presented later today
  • A report showing the process of transforming
    EDIFACT messages to XML, with help of UML, has
    been developed
  • A report containing 6 XML messages used in IP
  • A report showing XML message envelopes
  • A report that illustrates and gives an overview
    of existing standards of relevance for
    information exchange
  • Intra http//prosjekt.marintek.sintef.no/intra/

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IP Intermodal Portal
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Intermodal Node
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D2D
INFRATRANS
Shiplog II
TCMS/TRIM
IP
TurboRouter
INFOLOG
MARSIKT
INTRA
NFR projects
the Norwegian Ship-owners Association
EU projects
Other
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