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Busan Port builds big data analysis system
Saturday, September 16, 2017, 00:32:43 Paul Yoon ckyoon7@paran.com
BPA (Busan Port Authority) has completed 1st phase DBS (data base system) for shipping-port-harbor logistics (SPHL) to use in efficient establishment of SPH policies.

The 1st phase of SPHL DB with analysis system provides a total of 21 services ranging from ship-searching service enabling shippers and forwarders to readily book cargoes and cargo flow forecast along with analysis relating with port-harbor operation. These services will be opened officially in next October after trial operation for one month during this Sept., and stakeholders will be restricted in use of some service related with some confidential business.

The 21 services are as follow: 1) analysis on pattern of transshipment (T/S) cargo flow and quantities 2) analysis on exports-imports cargo flow pattern with quantities 3) detection and prediction of changes in T/S exports-imports cargo volume trend 4) detection of disorder in T/S exports-imports cargo volume 5) short-term and mid/long-term prediction of exports-imports cargo volume 6) analysis on status of T/S pattern in other terminals 7) analysis and monitoring on terminal productivity status 8) analysis on empty container status 9) analysis on container status of dangerous cargoes 10) analysis on bulk cargo flow pattern 11) analysis on exports-imports cargo status for customs clearance 12) analysis on cruising ferry ship passenger status 13) analysis on status of ships owned by providers of service calling at Busan 14) analysis on incentive payment status 15) analysis and monitoring on berth utilization rate with vessels’ delay and congestion 16) analysis on status of sanctions against vessels 17) analysis on vessels transiting outer harbors 18) analysis on status of changes in calling ports due to fleet replacement 19) analysis on freight rate status on each service route 20) analysis on status of transiting cargoes 21) analysis on status of sales by terminal.

DBS is a customer-centered big data system built on the basis of data of Port-MIS and BPA-NET as well as on data of Busan pilots and Busan terminal operators combined with interviews of scores of times with stakeholders and through many hearings and briefings, BPA said.

In particular, BPA-NET, which has previously recorded a low rate of use, has been reused, saving some of budget, whereas some service including analysis on T/S cargo pattern is already in the process of filing for a patent. BPA plans to expand patenting by continuous development in future.
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