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  1. River Information Services in Inland NavigationandCOMPRIS Cas Willems AVV Transport Research Centre The Netherlands

  2. Content • River Information Services • RIS in Europe - status 2005 • COMPRIS • IRIS

  3. River Information Services An European concept for harmonised information services to support traffic-management and transport-management in inland navigation, including the interfaces to other transport modes

  4. Traffic management (Traffic monitoring, Vessel Traffic Services and Navigation) Transport management Calamity abatement River Information Services Lock and bridge management Voyage planning Supervisory and enforcement tasks Statistics Harbour and Terminal management Rivier Information Services

  5. RIS standards • Inland ECDIS • Notices to skippers • Electronic reporting • Identification and tracking

  6. Inland ECDIS navigation mode • Inland ECDIS safety related information • On board or shore based radar • DGPS position • AIS - ID

  7. Inland ECDIS information mode Fairway information on: • Infrastructure • Terminals, locks, bridges • Waterlevels, tide, profiles • Voyage planning • Notice to skippers

  8. Notices to skippers • Dynamic information on the status of the fairways • Standardisation: • Language independent standard vocabulary • Imbedded in Inland ECDIS S57 standard

  9. Electronic Reporting • Standardisation Group: ERI (Electronic Reporting International) • Based on EDIFACT Protect messages • Use of standard reference data tables • Standardised electronic reports to and from Waterway Authorities on: • Voyage • Vessel • Cargo • Crew

  10. Automatic Identification and Tracking & Tracing • Standardisation group on Tracking and Tracing • Automatic identification for traffic management and monitoring • Tracking and Tracing for transport management/logistic purposes • Two concepts • Inland AIS based on maritime AIS standard with slightly modified messages • AI-IP identification based on information exchange via internet basically for strategic transport management/logistics

  11. Pan-European Conference of Transport Ministerson inland waterway transport An unrestricted inland shipping route from the North Sea to the Black Sea. Rotterdam, September 2001

  12. Rotterdam Declaration • “Invites governments concerned to establish a Pan-European River Information Service (RIS) by the year 2005, based on standards to be drawn up in the framework of the European Union, UN/ECE and the two River Commissions, since river information services contribute to safer and more efficient inland waterway transport”.

  13. RIS in Europe status 2005 • RIS is accepted in Europe • RIS imbedded in international and national policy plans • VTMIS and RIS linked (Thematic network WATERMAN) • Electronic Chart suppliers adopted the standards • Standards are formalised (CCNR and UN ECE) • Inland ECDIS • Notices to Skippers • Electronic Reporting • RIS guidelines including RIS architecture

  14. RIS in Europe status 2005 • International Navigation Association PIANC: • Guidelines and recommendations on implementation of River Information Services (including RIS architecture) • Rhine Commission: • “RIS Arbeitsgruppe”; implementation of RIS guidelines and standards in the Rhine area • European RIS Platform – Organisation of European policy makers in Inland Waterborne Transport • Guidance and co-ordination for implementation and standardisation of RIS in Europe • Umbrella for standardisation groups • Drafting the RIS directive

  15. EC - RIS Directive Accepted by the European Parliament in February 2005 Purpose of the directive • Establish a framework for the deployment of harmonised River Information Services in the European Community • Set out the standards, technical requirements and conditions to ensure a harmonised, interoperable RIS for Inland Waterborne Transport Member States have to take measures to: • Implement and operate RIS on all European Inland Waterways of class IV and higher • Ensure that the transport sector can meet with the requirements under this Directive

  16. Minimum requirements • Member states are responsible for: • Supply of a minimum dataset on the European Waterway infrastructure to facilitate voyage planning • Electronic Nautical Charts (ENC’s) for fairway class Va and higher • Facilities for electronic reporting • Electronic publication of “Notices to skippers” • Establish and operate RIS Centres - if the traffic situation requires

  17. COMPRISConsortium Operational Management Platform for River Information ServicesThe last step towards the pan-European implementation of RIS

  18. Project characteristics • EC project 2002 - 2005 • Project budget: 10 M Euro • 44 partners: • Ministries of transport • Transport industry • Research • ICT companies Project in the centre of RIS developments in Europe

  19. Objectives of COMPRIS (1) • Define the RIS architecture on different levels:

  20. Topics architectuur • Pan-European RIS Architecture • Reference architecture • Functional architecture • Information and data architecture • Organisational architecture • Linked to the Karen ITS architecture for roads • Practical assessment in COMPRIS system development and test phase

  21. Objectives of COMPRIS (2) • Develop RIS elements with focus on implementation • VTM and tracking & tracing

  22. Objectives of COMPRIS (3) • Develop RIS elements with focus on implementation • VTM and tracking & tracing • Inland ECDIS

  23. Topics inland ECDIS • Standaardisation issues • Notices to skippers • “Legal ECDIS”, • Hydro/meteo information • Basis for full integration of applications as: • Voyage and route planner • Navigation system - radar/inland ECDIS/AIS • Electronic reporting • Fuel optimiser • North American/European co-operation on world wide standard • Recognition by IHO ECDIS Ed. 4 in sight

  24. Objectives of COMPRIS (4) • Develop RIS elements with focus on implementation • VTM and tracking & tracing • Inland ECDIS • Cross border information exchange

  25. Cross border services Principal services: • Immigration Inspection • Customs • Dangerous Cargo Notification • Voyage reporting and • Veterinary and Phytosanitary inspection • Waste management • Invoicing Security as a hot topic

  26. standardised messages for CB

  27. Objectives of COMPRIS (5) • Develop RIS elements with focus on implementation • VTM and tracking & tracing • Inland ECDIS • Cross border information exchange • RIS interfaces for the exchange of transport information

  28. Objectives of COMPRIS (6) • Implement RIS Operational Test Centres(OTP) for RIS conformity tests • Demonstrate RIS on local, regional and pan-European level

  29. Others European Network Lock-planning Logistic appl. Terminal Operator IVS90 (MIB?) LDP Server Voyage Pl. Server Position Server RIS/NTS/ENC Servers AI-IP Server OTP- DANUBE OTP-NIJMEGEN ERI Server OTP- OBERWESEL Governmental Ships Commercial Ships Governmental Ships Commercial Ships OTP concept

  30. European Network

  31. IRIS Implementation of River Information Services in Europe TEN-T proposal under preparation

  32. Thank you For more details WWW.EURO-COMPRIS.ORG