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Presented during the Workshop on Ship Collision Risk Assessment in Denmark
The port-maritime engineering company, Siport21, presents a methodology for the assessment of nautical risk in port areas which allows to estimate the probability of grounding or collision of the vessels in these areas.

This methodology, already used in port areas of Port Qasim (Pakistan), Açu (Brazil),…

Presented in XVI ATPYC Young Professionals Conference
When AIS Data are included in the optimization of navigable areas, it is possible to reduce the riskiest areas to navigation, according to the methodology applied by Siport21. This methodology was presented in XVI ATPYC Young Professionals Conference.

Traditionally, AIS data are used during maritime works, accident investigations, manoeuvres analysis…

Led by Port of Seville
The APS (Port Authority of Seville) has launched the AIRIS II-Synchro project, which has as main objective to integrate the synchromodality between sea and land transport (ships, trains and lorries) in the supervision of the waterway and the management of operations at the docks.
Up to 2022, the Port Authority will coordinate…

SIGTTO South American Forum
The Society of International Gas Tanker and Terminal Operators (SIGTTO) has invited Siport21 to present the feasibility studies for FLNG-Barge (Floating Liquefied Natural Gas) installation at Mega Terminal in Bahia Blanca (Argentina) at 5th South American Regional Forum. It is the first installation using this technology in Latam. The project has been…

Siport21 has presented a speech about how to establish the feasibility of river navigation and know deeply the nautical risks of these areas at Smart Rivers Conference, held in Lyon this week. This kind of study -applied in Pakistan, Bangladesh or Argentina river Terminals- allow to know – in a short period of time and…

FLNG Tango Bahia Blanca
Siport21 has presented feasibility studies for FLNG-Barge (Floating Liquefied Natural Gas) installation at Mega Terminal in Bahia Blanca (Argentina) at Gastech Conference, held in Houston this week.
It is the first installation using this technology in Latam. The project has been possible thanks to the collaboration between YPF and…

Siport21 has developed a design vessel classification which aim is to make easier the best vessel selection for maritime infrastructure design. The correct selection of the design vessel is a key factor to optimize port works and to correctly estimate risk levels and nautical safety, as well as to consider other relevant parameters involved in…

Siport21 has presented two projects in the 5th International Conference on Ship Manoeuvring in Shallow and Confined Water (Ostend, Belgium). These projects are based on the study of the hydrodynamic interaction forces between vessels and operational limits in order to improve the port infrastructure design and nautical safety.
The first project carried out a methodology to…

Siport21 has presented four projects in the 15 took place this week in Torremolinos (Malaga, Spain). They are related to nautical feasibility with the aim of improving nautical operations and safety in port infrastructures.
The first project is a review and update of the classification of different vessel typologies. So, it will be easier to select…

Marine fenders are a critical component in maritime infrastructure, absorbing the energy of vessels during berthing and while moored, and protecting both vessels and berth structures from damage. For this reason, their performance and correct selection are of paramount importance.
In 2002, PIANC published a guideline for the design of fender systems. This guide will be…

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