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INNAV - VTMIS
Information Navigation System e Vessel Traffic Management Information System (System Management and Vessel Traffic Information). This is a significant technological advance for our ports, for the VTMIS team the main and busiest terminals in the world.
The VTMIS is an electronic aid to navigation system, able to provide active monitoring of maritime traffic.
The Victoria Harbour was the first in Brazil to hire the system. The Dock Company of the Holy Spirit (Codesa).

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20 slides canadá tecnologia portos 05 mai 2015

  1. 1. 1. INTRODUCTION What is Information system on marine Navigation (INNAV)? It is the most advanced Vessel Traffic Management and Information System (VTMIS) in the world (Figure 1). INNAV is the traffic management system of choice used by the Canadian Coast Guard (CCG) to monitor the thousands of vessels that transit Canadian waterways every day from coast to coast. INNAV’s Distributed Database architecture (Figure 2) is designed for the near real-time1 exchange of operational data and information across the country. Deployed in CCG Marine Traffic and Communications Services (MCTS) centers across Canada, the system currently supports more than 30 operational centers, three marine surveillance operational centers, one search and rescue center, one marine security center, two major ports and over 4000 web users worldwide.
  2. 2. INNAV’s comprehensive database has been compiling track information for over a decade, and it now houses details on over 25,000 vessels that have sailed in Canadian waters and over 95,000 vessel characteristics such as length, breadth, draught, vessel trip itinerary, historic tracks and transits, flag, and Maritime Mobile Service Identity (MMSI). Additional sources of data such as Lloyd’s Register of Ships provide additional data on more than 100,000 vessels, all of which can be accessed by INNAV.
  3. 3. As shown in Figure 3 INNAV draws it’s near real-time data and information from various sources including standard vessel mandated reports, the Automatic Information System (AIS), shore-based radar, other VTMIS sources, and entries made by the MCTS Operators responsible for the management of vessel information. As a national- level maritime operations systems, XST’s INNAV VTMIS also provides its near real-time services to other Canadian government agencies and marine stakeholders such as the Canadian Navy, Maritime Search & Rescue, Maritime Surveillance and Operations Centers, Federal Law, enforcement Agencies, Marine Safety Headquarters, and numerous Port authorities, Pilotage authorities and Maritime companies. And through its Web Portal application INNAV data is provided to thousands of VTMIS users worldwide. As the premiere VTMIS in Canada used to track and manage all maritime local, coastal and offshore traffic INNAV maximizes the safe usage of navigable waterways while minimizing the risks to transiting vessels and the environment. INNAV is safety through innovation!
  4. 4. 2. INNAV VTMIS System Characteristics The INNAV VTMIS is a critical mission system operated by the CCG to support and manage safe marine navigation operations across Canada. INNAV: Reports and provides comprehensive details on maritime incidents and accidents. INNAV enables MCTS centers across Canada to automatically exchange, share and process crucial vessel data in near real-time. It also automatically updates crucial data entered and modified by all MCTS centers as well as data from outside participants such other government departments. Presents geo-referenced data, real-time information associated shore-based radar tracks, AIS tracks, active monitoring of traffic and aids, water levels, tide tables and under-keel clearance. Processes and alerts users of Notices to Shipping. INNAV offers users various means to access and exchange data: Access by an INNAV workstation; Automated electronic exchange with external systems (API); Internet access to INNAV web site (web); Access to automated reports via fax (polling), e-mail exchange (e-mail) and report printing; Web services: Direct interaction with data partners and agencies to exchange data.
  5. 5. 3. INNAV VTMIS Operating Characteristics 3.1. INNAV VTMIS Tools INNAV tools support the main functions of the VTMIS. They include: Traffic visualization tools (see Figure 4) presented to the user on a real-time cartographic interface. These tools facilitate the visualization of traffic situations and help the user gain a rapid assessment of developing situations. Vital data such as vessel name and position are displayed permanently. Other data such as vessel itinerary and vessel details are available via dropdown menu and are presented to the user as electronic transit cards. Notices to shipping are displayed as labels positioned near related call-in-points. Real-time sensors report radar tracks, AIS tracks, water levels, weather conditions and ice maps. Monitoring functions that free operators from routine and repetitive monitoring tasks and assists them with other monitoring functions. These functions include sound and visual alarms when environmental conditions such as weather warnings are issued that may affect the safety of navigation. Transit card indicators inform the operator if a vessel is the object of an infraction, an interdiction or incident, or if voyage remarks of concern have been entered. Automatic real-time monitoring functions alert the operator of dangerous conditions such as a vessel dragging her anchor, excessive speed, entry in forbidden zone, entry in a one-way zone, vessels on collision course, vessel out of dredged channel, and vessels not respecting promulgated safe distances from an obstacle.
  6. 6. Decision making tools and functions support the operator in making decisions related to marine traffic man agement. Automated under-keel clearance calculations compare vessel draft and itinerary data to water level forecasts in order to calculate safe keel clearance and transit windows. Environmental information tools such as ice maps, weather bulletins, water levels (actual, forecasted), tide tables, wind conditions and weather warnings assist the operator with evaluating safe navigation conditions. The Closest Point of Approach (CPA) and Time to CPA (TCPA) tools calculate and report dangerous vessel courses. The cartographic interface displays land and water contours and geo-referenced objects such as ships, buoys, radar/AIS sites, VHF sites, channels, low water contours, and obstructions. Information capture tools allow the operator to capture relevant and important information with minimum effort and time. Vessel transit plans (including information such as ETDs, ETAs, overall transit plan, times of passage) are calculated automatically as soon as a vessel enters its destination. Transit plans are automatically re-calculated as the vessel executes its planned passage and as new information is received. Vessel transit information is shared between MCTS centers as responsibility for the vessel’s safe transit is transferred. In the event of an incident all data related to the vessel is automatically captured by the system.
  7. 7. Information is automatically exchanged between INNAV and designated partners such a port authorities, pilotage organizations, and other organizations responsible for seaway safety. This two-way exchange ensures all parties have the most recent information and risk is reduced. If desired, the user can exchange information with secondary ports and overseas ports. INNAV has built-in simulation technology that provides training for all operators and users. Training simulations are custom-designed and can address the full scope of all situations. Instructors can create various scenarios that can be saved and replayed. The instructor has complete control over the simulation and scenarios.
  8. 8. 3.2. Management of Vessel Incidents and/or Accidents The INNAV VTMIS has a real-time recording tool to capture every operator action and key- stroke, the current picture, the state of all data and information being presented to the operator, and every message and intervention by every registered participant during an incident and/or accident. The “Incident Register” tool gives simultaneous real-time access to all participants in both capture and read mode, regardless of the participant's geographic location. This tool also displays, in real-time, the list of active participants on a given incident. Essential for the re-creation of incidents or to evaluate the effectiveness and promptness of actions taken by the operator, the Incident Register can also be used after the-fact to instruct operators and develop new standard operating procedures.
  9. 9. 3.3. Management of Vessel Information Designed for near real-time operational information management, INNAV: Collects, ingests, processes, correlates and displays vast amounts of geo-referenced and non-geo-referenced data and information; Shares data and information locally and nationally through an advanced distributed network design; Disseminates data and information worldwide through automated system to system exchanges, websites, web map applications, email, even telephone and fax; Archives and makes available all data and information in central and local databases and historical databases to all designated users. The INNAV system has its own historical database of permanent vessel data. The MCTS centers manage the database and compare information contained in the Lloyd's register and the Canadian vessel registration system (SRIS) with information obtained directly from the vessel’s Navigator. In this way discrepancies can be addressed and successfully resolved. The INNAV historical and active databases can be searched by designated users using the vessel’s name, nationality, length, tonnage and owner. Wild cards can be used when information is uncertain. The active vessel database can also be searched using criteria such as defects and deficiencies, processing levels and actions taken.
  10. 10. To ensure the most accurate and real-time data and information is available to the operator, INNAV uses event cueing to update track data and information. In other words, not only are system track’s updated by standard methods and sensors (e.g., AIS report, local radar track, operator-entered information), but they are also updated whenever a vessel reports at a calling-in point, indicates her alongside time, when Port Authorities or Harbour Master communicate with the vessel and enter her data into our track management database, and at any time any new information is received regarding that specific vessel and her intentions, plans and movements including emergency situations such as a vessel restricted in her ability to maneuver. In this way track data is reflective not only of the vessel’s position, course and speed but also her itinerary, intentions, planned movements and other non-georeferenced information. Data and information capture of this nature is essential to such activities as port management, vessel traffic management and Search and Rescue.
  11. 11. 3.4. System Control The INNAV system includes functionality to control its utilization according to workload, user preference and/or equipment availability. Software and hardware configuration are adapted to demands on each workstation, and the processing power and number of screens used is determined by traffic density, the user’s area-of-responsibility and the geographic profile of the sector under his/her jurisdiction. INNAV workstation menus and tools are pre- configured to display only the information the user has deemed pertinent to his/her operations. INNAV workstation menus and tools are pre-configured to display only the information the user has deemed pertinent to his/her operations. 3.5. Information Security THE INNAV VTMIS has data and information security measures imbedded in its system. Internal system protocols and security management processes ensure users have access to “need to know” data and information only. These security processes identify users on the system and grant them pre-defined privileges to create, modify, and destroy data and information. These privileges can extend to which users have the authority to share data and retrieve data from other data providers, which users can change the operating mode of the system, which MCTS center is in control of a specific vessel.
  12. 12. 4. INNAV VTMIS Architecture 4.1. System Architecture The INNAV System Architecture is depicted in Figure 5. INNAV’s innovative modular design accepts most existing and new sensors, applications, data and/or information sources. Custom-designed sensor interfaces retrieve and accept sensor data, and processing and conversion algorithms prepare the data for exploitation. New source data and information is automatically validated, fused and correlated with existing data and information. For example, all track reports are processed by the Position Manager which not only de-conflicts and correlates positively identified multi-source track reports in realtime but draws upon historic track database information to confirm the correctness of all information and adds additional information as and if needed. Through the INNAV network data is immediately made available to all users in MCTS centers and to those on the web. Data management security ensures that INNAV data is accessible by registered users only, and that sensitive and/or proprietary data is shared with only those that have a “need to know”. INNAV is developed on Microsoft architecture and it is compatible with and easily integrated into existing vessel management architectural frameworks. As a result the cost of entry is very low and the deployment time quite short. A simple INNAV VTMIS consisting of a workstation(s), databases, servers, shore-based radar installation can be deployed in almost any port, harbour, seaway, inlet, bay and/or waterway in only a few weeks.
  13. 13. All INNAV hardware and software components are automatically monitored to ensure a high degree of operational responsiveness, excellent performance and unequaled dependability. INNAV offers several alternate modes of operation in order to address possible disruptions, and the support and monitoring systems are core to the operating systems and are always operating in the background. Figure 5 - INNAV Architecture
  14. 14. 4.2. Database Architecture INNAV’s databases are designed to rapidly store, update and distribute geo- referenced and non-geo-referenced data and information to a multitude of networked operation’s centers, terminals, websites and web map applications. Scalability, outstanding performance, resistance to failure, built-in redundancy and central and local data replication ensures data is never lost or corrupted. INNAV databases are directly accessible via special data processing and analysis tools (replication and notification processes) which allow operators to manipulate data as and when needed. Each VTS Centre Database will work independently of the main database. All data added to the INNAV databank is automatically replicated to other data centers and made available to Mall users. Data playback is available in real-time data, and all is retained for 15 days locally and one year in the central database (retention time is configurable and defined by the user). The addition of a new sensor or data source does not generally require the purchase of a separate display or data processing component because INNAV’s custom-designed sensor and format converters are able to address and resolve all integration requirements.
  15. 15. 4.3. User Interface Architecture A single Person-Machine Interface is used to obtain INNAV information. This interface gives access to the databank, to real-time sensor data and to various tools and utilities. The INNAV cartographic interface displays all geo-located information and dynamic objects, mainly geography (electronic maps), waterways, vessels, aids to navigation and their status, notices to shipping and radar images.To address the multitude of formats and the variation in electronic charts available on today’s market, the electronic chart backgrounds are custom created so as to maintain a comprehensive and familiar presentation format that operators can identify with. The custom-made electronic chart backgrounds are tailored to individual operational needs and maximize data and information presentation. The custom-made electronic charts contain the same information found in today’s vector-based electronic navigational charts. INNAV information is presented in layers. The user selects layers according to the function s/he must execute and this eliminates extraneous information. Clicking on the object gives access to detailed information. Vessels displayed can be filtered at the cartographic interface by type, activity, maritime security (MARSEC) level, and status such as inbound, outbound or transiting.
  16. 16. INNAV Software and hardware are configured and adapted to each workstation and its operator’s needs. Workstations have multi-screen displays to easily display wide geographic areas and to optimize the use of the workstation. Workstations can be configured for up to eight screens, and menus and tools are pre-configured to display pertinent information to every user’s area-of-responsibility and primary and secondary roles and duties.
  17. 17. 5. System Support INNAV was designed for real-time operational information management, and as a critical mission system it is available 24/7 without fail. System sub-system components facilitate support activities and system administration. These components constitute the INNAV support and administration sub-system. The support sub-system components have various roles: Back-up plans and procedures; Operation automated monitoring (detection of outages). Problem diagnosis tools. System administrative tools. Intervention tools (correction of problems). Support tools for the execution of periodic preventive tasks. Documentation search tools. Remote diagnostics are available and allow for rapid troubleshooting and the provision of solutions without the need for local support. INNAV keeps archives of all data captured, used, processed and exchanged. These archives are accessible directly or via pre-established reports generated upon request or automatically, and they allow operators and users to investigate issues on their own. INNAV has a central help desk available 24/7 to support the system and all operators and users.
  18. 18. Eugênia Soares Dir.International Affairs www.xst.ca “A Inteligência é a Simplificação para Resiliência” PROF. Ms. DELANO GURGEL DO AMARAL 55 85 3879-0222 OU 55 85 8696-0237 delaneychaves@gmal.com

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