SafeTug in Action
published on 3 September 2019 - 234
At 244 meters long, 42 meters wide, made up of 57,000 tons of steel and carrying approximately $41 million dollars’ worth of cargo, when the personnel at Teesport bring the Agathonissos – and vessels like her – into dock, there’s no room for error.
Watch this video to see how SafeTug helps to simplify this complex process, giving tug skippers, ship pilots and port personnel the vital information and situational awareness they need to bring her in safely.
Opinion How OpenBridge seeks to improve maritime workplaces
by Prof. Kjetil Nordby Institute of Design - The Oslo School of Architecture and Design - published on 6 May 2020
Lack of standard user interfaces across bridge equipment is a major concern for maritime safety. Pilots are in a unique position, as they are constantly exposed to new and differing bridge working environments, equipment, interface designs and combinations of systems. As pilots face this problem throughout every shift they need to put in considerable effort to adjust their work to the many user interfaces they meet.
Video CIOplus 2018
ChartWorld's Information Overlay+ service, CIO,+ builds on the success of our automated T&P NtM service launched last year. Additional features include safety and environmental overlays. CIO+ is the only service in the market which solves the problem of plotting missing T&P NMs into the ECDIS. CIO+ means that the T&P NM is already applied in a simple updated Chart
Video Amazing drone video: Berthing a 230m Bulker in Puerto Brisas (Colombia)
Found on YouTube. Created by Guille Rodriguez on 09/12/2020
Using two, 66TBP tugs to assist in berthing the 90,000 GT bulker “Jin Weng Feng”. The port is “Puerto Brisas” at La Guajira, Colombia. The vessel is turned to port just outside the berth limits due to limited room in the basin with enough depth. Then she’s backed in.
Video Return Pilot AHTO-15 Emden Pilot Baltic Workboats WP 2000 ES3168 MMSI 276005340
Video Time Lapse: Pilotage of the VLCC Pisces Star, Port of Rotterdam.
Time Lapse Video:The deep draught VLCC PISCES STAR is approaching the Port of Rotterdam, after navigating through the Eurogeul and Maasgeul deep water channels in the Southern North Sea. The VLCC is proceeding in Calandkanaal channel to her berth in the Petroleumharbour No. 5.
Before coming alongside the VLCC is stopped and swung in the channel. Four harbour tugs are made fast to assist the manoeuvring vessel. Mooringboats bring the VLCC's steel mooring wires ashore when she is coming alongside the jetty.
Pilot Robert Blonk.