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KSS Line拿下现代重工智能船舶

作者:   发布时间:2020-10-21    浏览量:484   字体大小:  A+   A- 

KSS Line拿下现代重工智能船舶
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来源:Offshore Energy 2020-10-20

翻译:国际海事信息网 黄子倩 张运鸿
 
        现代重工旗下现代全球服务公司(Hyundai Global Services, HGS)已与KSS Line签订协议,将其智能船舶和卫星通信系统(Smart Ship and Satellite Communications package)交付给后者的LPG船队。
 
        智能船舶和卫星通信系统(Smart Ship and Satellite Communications package)囊括了ISS平台(该平台是现代重工集团开发的用以支持船舶操作和设备优化的船舶物联网平台),并辅以国际海事卫星组织(Inmarsat)的专用宽带。
 
        该系统也是现代全球服务公司(HGS)、海事卫星天线供应商Intellian和国际海事卫星组织(Inmarsat)三方合作的成果。
 
        现代全球服务公司(HGS)与国际海事卫星组织(Inmarsat)于2019年6月在挪威奥斯陆国际海事展上签署了相关协议,同年7月现代全球服务公司(HGS)又和Intellian签署了类似协议。
 
        通过Fleet Connect专用宽带,智能船舶和卫星通信系统(Smart Ship and Satellite Communications package)可在船岸之间传输大量测量数据(measured data),推动远程操作和船舶管理、监控、分析。
 
        该系统独立于用于日常运输和船员上网所用的Fleet Xpress connection。
 
        KSS Line发言人表示:“我们计划到2021年,给整个待运营的船队都配备智能船舶和卫星通信综合系统(Integrated Smart Ship and Satellite Communications solutions)。”
 
        现代全球服务公司与KSS Line签订的协议一共涵盖了15艘船,其中新造船5艘,已投入运营的船10艘。5艘新造船会在建造过程中安装ISS平台,10艘正在运营的船会安装独立的配套网络服务以传达天气情况和船舶定位。
 
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KSS Line opts for Hyundai’s smart ship solutions
 
Hyundai Global Services (HGS), a solutions provider firm of Hyundai Heavy Industries (HHI), has signed a contract to deliver its Smart Ship and Satellite Communications package to KSS Line’s LPG carrier fleet.
 
The Smart Ship and Satellite Communications package is a combination of the ISS – an IoT platform for ships, developed by HHI Group to support vessel operation and device optimization – supported by Inmarsat’s dedicated bandwidth service.
 
This achievement is a direct result of a collaboration between HGS, Intellian and Inmarsat.
 
Intellian and HGS signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) in July 2019, and a similar arrangement between HGS and Inmarsat was signed in June 2019 at the Nor-Shipping exhibition in Oslo.
 
The package will allow large volumes of measured data to be transmitted between ship and shore, facilitating remote operations and vessel management, monitoring and analysis services, through Fleet Connect dedicated bandwidth.
 
This is separate from the vessel’s Fleet Xpress connection that will be used for day-to-day business traffic and crew internet use.
 
 “Our plan is for our entire fleet to be operating using the Integrated Smart Ship and Satellite Communications solutions by 2021,” said a spokesman for KSS Line. 
 
A total of 15 ships are covered by the contract, including five new vessels and 10 already in operation. The five new ships will be equipped with ISS from build, while the 10 existing vessels will be provided with separate supporting web services to relay weather conditions and ship locations. 

来源:simic