A cloud computing-based damage prevention system for marine structures during berthing

Jun Ho Jo, Byung Wan Jo, Rana Muhammad Asad Khan, Jung Hoon Kim

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In this paper, a cloud computing-based damage prevention system for marine structures during berthing, consisting of a speed camera module and a cloud-computing based web server, is presented. The speed camera module consists of a laser distance sensor, a camera unit, and an LTE modem. These were installed on the marine structure to monitor the speed of ships during berthing. When the ship exceeds the berthing speed limit enacted by the Ministry of Oceans and Fisheries, an image of the ship and its speed data are transmitted to the web server via the LTE modem. This system was successfully tested at Maryang Harbor in Korea to confirm its feasibility. The web server activates an alert system when the image file is received, and the manager or other appropriate personnel can prevent or minimize damage from the berthing by responding immediately. All data were visualized and the berthing energy was calculated through the web server. Approved personnel can monitor the structure via the web server at any time and from anywhere. The system is effective in preventing and inspecting damages by berthing that can be used as an application of structural health monitoring for marine structures.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)23-28
Number of pages6
JournalOcean Engineering
Volume180
DOIs
StatePublished - 2019 May 15

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Ocean structures
Cloud computing
Servers
Ships
Cameras
Modems
Personnel
Computer monitors
Fisheries
Structural health monitoring
Ports and harbors
Managers
Lasers
Sensors

Keywords

  • Berthing
  • Cloud computing
  • Damage prevention system
  • Marine structure
  • Structural health monitoring

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Jo, Jun Ho ; Jo, Byung Wan ; Khan, Rana Muhammad Asad ; Kim, Jung Hoon. / A cloud computing-based damage prevention system for marine structures during berthing. In: Ocean Engineering. 2019 ; Vol. 180. pp. 23-28.
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