Maritime Research & Consultation Center
 

Establishing and operating an Egyptian Maritime Transport Data Bank


Client: Maritime Transport Sector

End Date:    2012
 
Project Description:

Providing data on the movement of ships, cargo movement, , marine services, accidents and pollution in Egyptian ports in a precise and rapid manner, where the data bank is fed from all Egyptian ports through a wide network. This  data is used to issue statistics and periodic reports, as well as to respond to immediate inquiries of decision makers and all beneficiaries of the Bank.

Methodolgy:

Developing Softwares and databases where central database of data consists of four main groups, each group contains common databases and serves one of main areas in maritime transport industry, allowing provision of various research services.
• Ports database.
• Ports and lighthouses databases
• Financial and human resources database.
• Bibliographic databases.

Through the central database, the bank can provide data service to its beneficiaries by searching according to their demands. The Bank's main structure also allows the provision of data services to beneficiaries by searching the databases of specialized foreign banks and maritime transport, as well as the World Wide Web.

List Of Projects

1.  Establishing and operating an Egyptian Maritime Transport Data Bank.  

2.  Studying the application of the single window system in the Sudan seaports.  


3.  Establishing an integrated information System in Sudan ports.  

4.  Development and design of the information system in Egyptian Company for Supplies.  

5.  Application of electronic purchases and warehouses management system for General Authority of Egyptian Railways.  


6.  Exchange of data electronically.  

7.  Implementing an integrated information system for the Maritime Safety Authority  


8.  Integrated shipping information system 


9.  Integrated Information System for Alexandria Shipping Agencies 

10.  Preventive maintenance planned system for Port Said Container Handling Company 


11.  Railway train simulator project 

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