Smart Ship Application Platform Project (SSAP Project)

Smart Ship Application Platform (SSAP) project The concept of smart ship is to utilize automation and IoT application services to achieve optimum ship...

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12th Sep 2017

IMPA London 2017

Activities of Smart Ship Application Platform 2 Project (SSAP2) 12th September 2017 Hideyuki Ando Chair of SSAP2 (Senior General Manager, MTI)

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IoT and Big data SSAP (Smart Ship Application Platform) Project Standardization - ISO DIS 19847/19848 Ship data center Roadmap and summary

Outline 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

IoT and Big data SSAP (Smart Ship Application Platform) Project Standardization - ISO DIS 19847/19848 Ship data center Roadmap and summary

IoT (Internet of Things) Operation Technology (OT)

Information Technology (IT)

Automation Serial, Serial Bus

PLC*

IP connected computer

IP/Ethernet

IP Network

Serial, Serial Bus, Analog

Actuator

Sensor

Machinery * PLC: Programmable Logic Controller

“Operation Technology (OT)” and “Information Technology (IT)” are to be bridged. The era of “transparency” where user can access field data.

Big data in shipping For operational efficiency, safety operation and business decision support

Examples of Big data in shipping Voyage data • Automatically collected data (IoT) • Noon report Machinery data • Automatically collected data (IoT) • Manual report data • Maintenance data / trouble data AIS data • Satellite AIS / shore AIS (IoT) Weather data • Forecast / past records • Anemometer / wave measurement (IoT)

Business data • Commercial data • Market data

Coming IoT applications in marine industry Target • Prevent unpredicted downtime • Reduce maintenance cost • Energy efficiency in operation Measure • Condition monitoring • Big data analysis • Support service engineer • Intelligent machinery – Self diagnostics

Working style will be changed

Digital Twin Digital representations of artifacts in computer simulations. Real and virtual are linked closely by IoT data.

Real (Product, Plant…)

IoT data Information & Service

Virtual (3D model, simulation)

Reference) 1. http://www.gereports.com/post/119300678660/wind-in-the-cloud-how-the-digital-wind-farm-will/ 2. Michael Grieves, Virtually Perfect: Driving Innovative and Lean Products through Product Lifecycle Management (English Edition), 2012

Before IoT: Engineering knowledge, simulations and tools have been used for design and production Design

Build

CAD, CAE

CAM

Engineering knowledge

Operation

Dispose

Engineering knowledge

• Designers and engineers consider life cycle values of products only at design stage – Manufacturability, usability, maintainability, disposability …

Era of IoT: Engineering knowledge, simulations and tools are now demanded through life cycle of products Design

Build

CAD, CAE

CAM

Operation

Dispose

Engineering knowledge

• Designers and engineers can access actual products via IoT data – New services in operation – Feedback to new design

• Engineering knowledge become more available in operation

IoT and Big data applications Role

Ship owner

Function

Example of IoT and Big data application

Technical management

• • • • •

New building

• Design optimization

Operation

• Energy saving operation • Safe operation • Schedule management

Fleet planning

• Fleet allocation • Service planning • Chartering

In-service ship

• Ship performance analysis

New building

• Design optimization

Maintenance

• Remote monitoring & diagnosis

Ship operator

Shipyard Manufacturer

Safety operation Condition monitoring & maintenance Environmental regulation compliance Hull & propeller cleaning Retrofit & modification

Other partners in value chains, such as cargo owners, class societies and insurance companies, have also interests in ship Big data. With appropriate data governance and business rules, IoT data will be widely used.

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IoT and Big data SSAP (Smart Ship Application Platform) Project Standardization - ISO DIS 19847/19848 Ship data center Roadmap and summary

Smart Ship Application Platform (SSAP) project  The concept of smart ship is to utilize automation and IoT application services to achieve optimum ship operation in terms of safety and energy efficiency  The target of Smart Ship Application Platform Project (SSAP1 & SSAP2) is to provide better and controlled accessibility to ship machinery and equipment data for IoT application services onboard and ashore by providing a standardized platform.

IoT application services (without common platform) To Shore

IoT application services (onboard and shore) Optimum Trim

Performance Monitoring

Weather Routing

Similar data are sent to shore without good control

Engine Monitoring

Remote Maintenance

Energy Efficient Autopilot

Onboard machineries & equipment

ECDIS

Cabling and interfacing one by one

VDR

Engine Data Logger

Ballast Control System

IoT application services (target of SSAP1&2) IoT application (onboard) Optimum Trim

Performance Monitoring

Weather Routing

Engine Monitoring

Remote Maintenance

Ship IT LAN for IoT applications Energy Efficient Autopilot

Shipboard data server (IoT gateway)

To Shore ShipDC

Onboard machineries & quipment Ship IT LAN for machineries and equipment

ECDIS

VDR

Engine Data Logger

Ballast Control System

Open platform of maritime industry for sharing data Application / services (Competition)

IoT Open platform (Industry standard) Ship

Shore

Data center (operated by neutral body)

LAN M/E D/G

Software agent

Boiler T/G…

Asia

broadband

Onboard data server

Security / access control

Data Center

request

Performance monitoring

Ship operator Ship owner

Weather routing Ship Management company

Class Society

Radar

data

Onboard application • • •

…. •

Weather routing Performance monitoring Engine maintenance Plant operation optimization

Data center (operated by neutral body) Europe

Energy management Security / access control

ECDIS

Cargo crane

User

Engine monitoring

VDR

BMS

Service Provider

Shipyard

Engine maker

Remote maintenance

Marketing and Big data analytics

Ship equipment maker

. . .

What are the benefits of such platform ?  Application providers can easily provide data analysis services to ship owners, who accumulate vast amount of ship operation data.  Ship owners investment cost (CAPEX and OPEX) for onboard applications and shore services will be reduced by sharing data collecting platform  Shipyards and equipment manufactures can access their product operation data through life-cycle and can provide new services  Ship owners can manage/control data transmission between ship and shore

 Standardized format and protocol will enhance more IoT application services development

SSAP1 Project (Dec 2012 – Mar 2015) • Participants – Members: 27 organizations – Observers: 9 organizations

• Joint Industry Project (JIP) supported by JSMEA + Class NK • Achievements – Design specification of shipboard data server – Implementation of shipboard data server and trials on 2 domestic vessels – Ship – shore open platform design for ship IoT – Proposed 2 ISO NPs (ISO NP19847 / ISO NP19848)

Onboard trials in SSAP1 (2014) RORO Ferry SUNFLOWER SHIRETOKO

Crude-Oil Tanker SHINKYOKUTO MARU

SSAP2 Project (Smart Ship Application Platform 2 Project) • Participants – 38 members + 10 observers (as of Sep. 2017)

• Schedule – Aug. 2015 – Mar. 2018 (revised)

• Action items 1. 2. 3. 4.

Promotion of SSAP2 concept System design and prototyping of SSAP2 Standardization – ISO DIS19847/DIS19848 Public relations

Organization of SSAP2 Project SSAP2 all members Members: 38 organizations Observers:10 organizations Chair: - Dr. Ando (MTI) Chief secretary: - Mr. Morono (Terasaki Electric)

Promotion Team

Leader: - Dr. Ando (MTI) Sub-Leader: - Mr. Fujii (Diesel United) - Dr. Hiekata (U. of Tokyo)

ISO Correspondence Team

Steering Committee - Chair - Chief secretary - All leaders and sub-leaders

(Working with JSTRA correspondence group) Correspondence members: - Mr. Morono (Terasaki Electric) - Mr. Yamada (Uzushio Electric) - Dr. Ando (MTI)

System Design & Prototyping Team Leader: - Mr. Moritani (ClassNK) Sub-Leader: - Mr. Nakano (JRCS) - Mr. Ikeda (ClassNK)

Ship DC

Standardization Team

Leader: - Mr. Morono (Terasaki Electric) Sub-Leader: - Mr. Yamada (Uzushio Electric) - Mr. Hara (Furuno Electric)

Data Catalogue Team

Leader: - Mr. Fujii (Diesel United)

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Outline 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

IoT and Big data SSAP (Smart Ship Application Platform) Project Standardization - ISO DIS 19847/19848 Ship data center Roadmap and summary

Open platform of maritime industry for sharing data Application / services (Competition)

IoT Open platform (Industry standard) Ship

LAN

D/G

Software agent

Boiler T/G…

broadband

Shipboard Onboard data data server server

VDR

request

Service Provider

User

Performance monitoring

Ship operator Ship owner

Weather routing Ship Management company

Engine monitoring Class Society

Radar

data

New ISO regarding Ship IoT • Onboard application • • •

…. •

Weather routing Performance monitoring Engine maintenance Plant operation optimization

Energy Shipyard Data center management (operated data by - Shipboard servers to share field data on the sea neutral body)

ISO/DIS19847 • Specifications of ship onboard data server Europe



Security / access control

ECDIS

Cargo crane

Asia

Security / access control

Data center (operated by neutral body)

M/E

BMS

Shore

Data Center

Engine maker

Remote

Shippart of ship ISO/DIS19848 - Standard data for machinery and equipment maintenance equipment • Specifications of dictionary and format maker

Marketing and Big data analytics

. . .

ISO DIS 19847 Shipboard data servers to share field data on the sea • Requirements for shipboard data servers to collect and share field data

Shipboard data server Output Function

Output Data

Streaming Transport service

IEC61162-450

ISO/CD 19848 Format data

Request-Response Transport service

ISO/CD 19848 Format data

File based on ISO/CD 19848

File Transport service

File based on ISO/CD 19848

Input Data IEC61162-1/2 Sentence data

Input Function Data Streaming

Data Streaming

Data Stored

Stored Data

ISO DIS 19848 • Standardized ID of sensors, common data model & format

– Naming rule & data standard – http://data.shipdatacenter.jp/imo1234567/ MainEngine/Cylinder2FO/In/Temp http://data.shipdatacenter.jp/imo1234567/ MainEngine/Cylinder1/ExhaustGas/Temp

• ID of sensors • URL compliant naming scheme • Dictionaries (informative) • JSMEA • DNV-GL

• Data model

Unit:℃ Range:0-700 ・・・

Unit:℃ Range:0-150 ・・・

• Data channel list (meta data) • Time series data (data)

• Data format • XML with schema definition • JSON (informative) • CSV (informative) •

XML/JSON CSV

XML

TimeSeries Data

DataChannel List

Examples of sensor naming in ISO DIS 19848 Universal ID http://data.shipdatacenter.jp/imo1234567/MainEngineAirCooler3//CFW/Out/Temp Naming Entity

LoalID

ShipID

Universal ID http://data.dnvgl.com/imo1234567/dnvgl-vis/411.1/C101.31+1/ExhGas+t(C) Naming Entity

ShipID

LoalID

Policy of standardization  Corroborate and harmonize with – Existing standards • IEC61162-450/460(Digital Interface – Part 450 Multiple taker and multiple listeners – Ethernet interconnection) • ISO16425 (Guidelines for the installation of ship communication networks for shipboard equipment and systems)

– New proposed standards • IHO S-100series • IEC BAM(Bridge alert management – Operational and performance requirements, methods of testing and required test results)

– Associated projects / Organization • e-Navigation(IALA) • SMART-Navigation(Korea) • IEC etc.,

– Cyber security discussions

Process for ISO (ISO 19847, ISO 19848) * NP

WD

• ISO PWI 19847/19848 were accepted as NP by ISO/TC8/SC6 in Jan. 2016.

2015

2016

S S A P 2

CD 2017

• 2 CDs were accepted as CD in Nov.2016 and moved into DIS phase.

DIS Now FDIS *June or July 2018

IS

2018 *Aug 2018 Final dead line

• 2 DISs are now in voting (until 20th Sep. 2017) ・NP: New work item Proposal, WD: Working Draft ・CD: Committee Draft, DIS: Draft International Standard ・FDIS: Final Draft International Standard, IS: International Standard

Outline 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

IoT and Big data SSAP (Smart Ship Application Platform) Project Standardization - ISO DIS 19847/19848 Ship data center Roadmap and summary

Open platform of maritime industry for sharing data Application / services (Competition)

IoT Open platform (Industry standard) Ship

Shore

Data center (operated by neutral body)

LAN M/E D/G

Software agent

Boiler T/G…

Asia

broadband

Onboard data server

Security / access control

Data Center

request

Performance monitoring

Ship operator Ship owner

Weather routing Ship Management company

Class Society

Radar

data

Onboard application • • •

…. •

Weather routing Performance monitoring Engine maintenance Plant operation optimization

Data center (operated by neutral body) Europe

Energy management Security / access control

ECDIS

Cargo crane

User

Engine monitoring

VDR

BMS

Service Provider

Shipyard

Engine maker

Remote maintenance

Marketing and Big data analytics

Ship equipment maker

. . .

ShipDC – ship data center at shore Ship data center provides a platform to access ship IoT data safely, easily and reasonably. With the platform, utilizations of ship IoT data at shore will become much easier and it will enhance development and operation of ship IoT application services. Shipping A

SIMS (FOP) CMAXS

Shipping B

ShipDC Data converter

Database

API

Shipping C

NAPA

Shipyard A

Other software

Shipyard B Maker A

Other system

Each software or system has its specific data format. SDC convert them to the standardized ISO format.

Weather data By JWA

API with access control provides ship IoT data to application services.

Use Case Scenarios of ShipDC

Shipping • Safety operation • Vessel performance analysis • Fleet operation optimization • Weather routing

Shipyard • In-service performance analysis of delivered ships • Feedback to new ship design

Manufacturer • Remote condition monitoring • Remote diagnostics • After service support

Class Society • Utilization in class inspection Software vendor • Application services Insurance/Bank • New services

Internet of Ship (IoS) open platform Roles are defined and each player provides their expertise on the Internet of Ship(IoS) platform. Data governance and business rules are under discussion in the IoS promotion council.

Solution User (SU)

Platform User (PU)

Ship owner

Operator

Ship management

Operator

PP Platform Provider

Provider of onboard data collection equipment and services

IoS Open Platform

SP Ship data center

Data collection, storage, standardization and provision Data integration from other sources

Ship owner

Solution Provider

Operator Application service provider based on IoT data of ShipDC

Ship management

Crew

Data Buyer Shipyard, manufacturer, weather service, insurance etc.

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IoT and Big data SSAP (Smart Ship Application Platform) Project Standardization - ISO DIS 19847/19848 Ship data center Roadmap and summary

Roadmap of ship Big data & IoT toward 2020 2016

Application

Topic

2017

R&D projects (e.g. i-Shipping in Japan and autonomous ships in Europe) CBM*1 & PHM*2 services & class inspections

Platform Regulatory

2020

Condition based maintenance and PHM for main engines, machineries and equipment. Condition-based class inspection services ? Integration of ship with shore operation system. Optimization, automation and simulation technologies. ISO CD/DIS 19847/19848

(FDIS) SSAP 3 ?

SSAP 2

Ship data center and IoS (Internet of Ship)

Ship Data Center in operation

Preparation for IoS program

Cyber safety and cyber resilient ship

2019

R&D projects (navigation, engine, hull, cargo, operation and etc.)

Big data and IoT utilization in fleet operation SSAP2 and standardization (ISO DIS 19847/19848)

2018

Cyber safety (BIMCO guideline, IMO MSC guideline, Class guidelines) Cyber resilient ship (IACS, class system integration regulations) IMO DCS

EU MRV

*3

and IMO DCS

*4

e-Navigation and autonomous ship projects

EU MRV Model development

Standardization

Implementation

Operation

Remote control/autonomous ship projects in Norway, Finland and other nations *1 CBM: Condition-Based Maintenance, *2 PHM: Prognostics and Health Monitoring *3 MRV: Monitoring Reporting and Verification, *4 DCS: Data Collection System

Summary • JSMEA, Class NK, 38 member organizations and 10 observers are working together for SSAP2 (Smart Ship Application Platform 2) Project • The aim of SSAP2 Project is to design and to implement an open platform for supporting Ship IoT service development and operation

• SSAP2 follows up ISO DIS 19847/ 19848 standardization process • SSAP2 works closely with Ship DC and contribute to discussions of data governance and business rules

Thank you very much for your attention For further information, please contact E-mail:[email protected] URL:http://www.jsmea.or.jp/ssap/

Secretariat of SSAP2 project Mr. Takachika Bunya, [email protected] TEL: +81-3-3502-2041 JSMEA, Japan Ship Machinery and Equipment Association