AnNa pilot project identification

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A list of potential pilot projects is under construction.

 

The following list has been composed and will be improved. 

COUNTRY

PILOT AREA

DESCRIPTION

BELGIUM

 

Front

In Belgium we will test the upgrade of a number of PCS’s and their interface to the NSW to accommodate the different reporting formalities.

 

Mid

In Belgium we will implement a pilot to test solutions to deliver the information in the reporting formalities to a number of authorities. We will evaluate 2 different scenario’s: via machine-to-machine interface or via website.

 

Back

In the pilot implementation phase the required changes to the existing interface will be implemented. In a testing phase different message flows will be tested. This pilot is linked to the pilot project from Belgium for upgrading PCS and the link to the MSW.

     
 BULGARIA
 

Mid

The outcome of the electronic invoice module development will be establishment of national maritime invoice generating subsystem, providing on the one hand flexible possibilities to the responsible authorities, and on the other hand automation and human-related error reduction.

     
 CYPRUS
 

Mid

The objective of the pilot is to receive cargo clearance feedback from customs at the SW using a ‘traffic-light’ system.

 

Mid

Cargo agents generate partial lists of cargo units to be loaded or unloaded from the vessel that are then consolidated and sent to terminals and shipping lines using SW middleware.

 

Back

Provide support to the ancillary Bodies (immigration, health, phytosanitary, agriculture) trough web/thick client interface to extend the SW

 

Mid

The objective of the pilot is to guarantee that security is thoroughly enforced at the national SW

     

 FRANCE 

 

Mid

Develop the interfaces between existing IS :
- shipowner's IS
- PCS
- IS of the administrations
- Adapt the existing IS

 

Front

Develop a "embarked" module allowing the ships to seize the data necessary for the declarative formalities of ED 2010/65 in not connected mode

 

Front

Develop a portal of reception allowing the user to be to direct towards so harbour wanted, to deposit files.

 

Mid

Adapt Traffic 2000 to the news datas
Connect Traffic 2000 with the set of so existing IS

     
 GREECE
 

Front

The main objective of the AP1 is the development of the main data input interface of maritime single window based on two operational modes: direct data input through GUI or  machine to machine interface exploiting messages like XML data format or similar.

 

Mid

The CSN will constitute the central data repository of the pilot MSW system developed for ANNA project. That will include large storage data based with integrity and safety features. The CSN will be the mid-office of the pilot MSW system. The CSN will be the main administration point for the centralized management of the system that will be used by the Ministry of Shipping, Maritime Affairs and the Aegean. The CSN will be the interconnection point among existing public authorities information systems involved in MSW. Besides, the CSN will also the message broker that will utilize the data stored to create the required messages for the legacy information systems of the various public authorities.

 

Mid

The main goal of the AP3 will be the required hardware for the interconnection of pilot MSW with other national systems, the software amendments or modifications required by existing systems to achieve interoperability, the adoption of message structure provided by AP2 along with possible essential modifications

 

Front

The main goal of the AP4 will be the development of a data retrieval web interface for port authorities and public administrations that are not directly involved in the development of the MSW. This interface can be also employed for the interconnection of Port Community Systems in case that private Hellenic ports are willing and they are interested to develop it. Furthermore, the hardware required for the implementation will be used as part of the disaster recovery planning of the MSW, since the hardware infrastructure can be used as alternative host of the main MSW application.  Also, in this pilot the exploitation of the EMSA IMP demonstration project will be examined and implemented in case of compatibility.

 

Back

The main goal of the AP5 will be the development of the interconnection among MSWs to facilitate administrative procedures related to data exchange between countries for the purposes of the Directive 2010/65. Also, it will lead to the development of common policies for data exchange and systems interoperability ensuring their use in the Masterplan post 2015. For the Hellenic administration a common pilot with Cyprus for the interconnection of their MSWs will be welcomed and will help the cooperation between the two maritime administration authorities.

     

ITALY

 

Front

The objectives of the pilot are :
a) to identify national requirements (part C of the annex to the RFD) and  how to include them in the NMSW (front office)
b) to develop tools which enable shipowners and/or agents to interface directly with MSW (front office).
c) to assess which data will be handled by the SSN and from it to the EU SSN (back office).

 

Mid

The objective of the pilot is to develop and test prototypes of interfaces to achieve interoperability with PCS and Customs system.

 

Mid

The objective of the pilot is to develop and test a prototype of an interface between the PMIS (port management information system) and the national VTMIS (vessel traffic monitoring and information system)

   

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LATVIA

 

Front

Main goals to stipulate communication and data flow network solution for:
- Simplified data flow mechanism ship-NMSW-ship;
- Improved and distinct communication ship-NMSW-ship;
- Improved data transmission speed and transmission availability at sea;
- One point of contact (one stop shop principle) for information exchange;
- Synchronized and less cluttered data transmission;
- Minimise time spent on Reporting Formalities.
Main goals to stipulate communication and data flow network solution for:
- Simplified data flow mechanism ship-NMSW-ship;
- Improved and distinct communication ship-NMSW-ship;
- Improved data transmission speed and transmission availability at sea;
- One point of contact (one stop shop principle) for information exchange;
- Synchronized and less cluttered data transmission;
- Minimise time spent on Reporting Formalities.
Main goals to stipulate communication and data flow network solution for:
- Simplified data flow mechanism ship-NMSW-ship;
- Improved and distinct communication ship-NMSW-ship;
- Improved data transmission speed and transmission availability at sea;
- One point of contact (one stop shop principle) for information exchange;
- Synchronized and less cluttered data transmission;
- Minimise time spent on Reporting Formalities.

 

Mid

Aim is to create solution, how to minimize incoming information anomalies into MSW with maximum validity trough automatically verified traffic monitoring or port information screening

   

Main goals to achieve during InDTra pilot project are:
- Simplified data flow mechanism ship-NMSW-ship;
- Improved data quality ship-NMSW-ship;
- One point of contact (one stop shop principle) for information exchange;
- Synchronized date exchange ship-NMSW-ship;
- Minimise time spent on Reporting Formalities.

     

NETHERLANDS

 

Front + Mid

Designing and testing of a pilot system for reporting formalities with regards to the vessel information in cooperation with a) maritime business and b) authorities

 

Front + Mid

Designing and testing of a pilot system for reporting formalities with regards to the cargo in cooperation with a) maritime business and b) authorities

 

Front + Mid

Designing and testing of a pilot system for reporting formalities with regards to the persons in cooperation with a) maritime business and b) authorities

 

Back

This pilot will be performed as a desk study to look into the possibilities and conditions for different member states to exchange information between national MSW’s. The actual exchange of information between national MSW’s will be implemented after 1 June 2015.

     
 PORTUGAL
     
     
     
     
     
 ROMANIA
 

Front

The reporting mechanism pilot will ensure that the reporting parties can report data by either sending direct messages to the MSW or by manually enter them in a Graphical User Interface (GUI).

 

Mid

Implementing a pilot MSW message distributor and repository outlining the specific elements within the Black-Sea area. The pilot will approach a message broker, a processor and a repository. The pilot will as well approach the relationship with the Graphical User Interface and B2MSW mechanism on one hand and the relationship with the RIS integration module and MSW interoperability module on the other hand.

 

Mid

Definition of the quality and integrity levels in terms of data and services for the implementation of the MSW

 

Mid

This pilot module will facilitate the integration between the message distributor and repository and the RIS system.

 

Mid

The objective is to develop a pilot mechanism to perform security audits and detect vulnerabilities of the MSW. The pilot will facilitate the simulation of security issues based on predefined scenarios.

 

Back

To evaluate and demonstrate how SSN could support the Member State obligation to set up a single window at national level for reporting formalities and exchange of information based on Directive 2010/65/EU

 

Back

This pilot module will create an interoperability layer between the message repository and the external interfaces.
The final goal of the interoperability module is to facilitate the data exchange between the MSW and other systems/administrations (SafeSeaNet, e-Customs, other MSWs, etc)

     
 SPAIN
 

Front

Nowadays the request of ship calls and the notification of DPG (Dangerous and Pollutant Goods) information must be submitted in two different ways. DPG information is still managed in paper in most cases.
The objective is to add the DPG notification to the ship call management system and to manage the notification of DPG only by electronic means. It is used the IFTDGN message (EDIFACT standard).

 

Front

Passenger and Crew lists, and the reporting of waste and residues on board are included for years in the single window, but there is no electronic exchange procedure as defined by the RFD, in fact the information is presented scanned in a pdf format.
The objective is to replace scanned information by a declaration by electronic means as defined by the RFD.
It is used the WASDIS and PAXLST messages (EDIFACT standard).

 

Front

In the actual Maritime Single Window, Passenger and Crew lists are reported at least twice, one with the ship call request, other to the Spanish police if the vessel comes out of Schengen area. Some ferries report another more list to the Maritime Administration.
The actual MDH (Maritime Health Declaration) is only submitted when some incident occur and by paper only.
Reporting formalities for Security information, as they are established in the RFD, are not available for all authorities in an electronic format.
The objective is to establish a one-stop shop solution linked to the NSW for MDH, passenger and crew lists, and security information.
PAXLST, WASDIS and BERMAN messages (EDIFACT standard) will be updated.

 

Front

To develop and implement a data entry for reporting the information formalities directly to the NSW.  It is expected to be in use by agents in case of ship calls at regional ports and agents with little business volume so they are not interested in the generation of standard messages.
Mobility solutions should be also allowed to interact with the NMSW
Directly related with Pilot Action 7.
This pilot action needs a tender process and will be outsourced.

 

Mid

PCS and port authorities (single point of entry to NMSW) testing electronic exchange of new information (RFD requirements). Special treatment to frequent and periodic ship calls (regular lines).
Tests will be made to any Spanish port or PCS whether they were participating in B2MOS project or similar
This Pilot Action is directly related to Pilot Actions 1, 2, 3 and 6.

 

Mid

Currently Regional ports are not included in the National Port System. The reporting formalities must be fulfilled by the ship agent, the shipping company or the Captain directly to the NMSW.
However, to prevent operators must declare the same information twice (at the National Single Window and the Regional Administration), we offered to the Regional Administrations to join our electronic systems.

 

Mid

In order to handle all the information set out in the RFD, and to ensure full interconnectivity with Spanish competent authorities, with other MSs, and EMSA, we need a technological evolution of the system to base it on a Single Database Information and a Message Broker.

The result of this pilot should be the prototype of the new system.

 

Mid

Spanish legislation establishes some reporting formalities in case of DPG entering the ports either by land (vehicle or train) or by sea. The aim of this action is, in order to simplify and harmonize reporting formalities, the incorporation of this notification in the HAZMAT one (Directive 2002/59/EC).

 

Back

The information exchange between MSs is partial and only trough SSN. There is no experience exchanging information between Spain and other MS on port and transport information.

     
 SLOVENIA
     
     
     
     
     
   

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 SWEDEN
 

Front

The objective of the pilot is to create a useable graphical user interface in cooperation with the trade and to create a user interface that gives the user a greater overview than most of today’s user interfaces.

 

Front

The objective of the pilot is to develop a M2M-interface for the trade.

 

Mid

The objective of the pilot is to ensure that the Swedish MSW is able to supply the declaration data that is requested by the port of Gothenburg in a secure and accurate distribution process.

 

Mid

The objective of the pilot is to ensure that the Swedish MSW is able to supply the declaration data that is requested by the Swedish Coastguard in a secure and accurate distribution process.

 

Mid

The objective of the pilot is to ensure that the Swedish MSW is able to supply the declaration data that is requested by the Swedish Customs in a secure and accurate distribution process.

 

Mid

The objective of the pilot is to ensure that the Swedish MSW is able to supply the declaration data that is requested by the Swedish Maritime Administration in a secure and accurate distribution process.

 

Mid

The objective of the pilot is to ensure that the Swedish MSW is able to supply the declaration data that is requested by the Swedish Transport Agency in a secure and accurate distribution process.

 

Back

The objective of the pilot is to develop a M2M-interface for exchanging data with another MSW.

     

 UNITED KINGDOM 

 

Front

Design, build and test a front end reporting formalities interface. This would be a logical component for reporting formalities through web-services and web-forms and receiving clearance feedback.

 

Mid

Development of a Maritime Formalities Broker for information exchange between UK Authorities, with capability to interface with existing Carrier Aggregator Entities (CAE) and manage the information flow.

 

Back

Create a component for connecting with pan-European systems, e.g. SafeSeaNet, and potentially for information exchange with other Member States MSWs.

     
     
     
 ANNA
 

Front

GUI

 

Front

M2M

 

Mid

Security

 

Back

MSW - MSW

 

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