Prosertek has installed the Berthing Aid System (BAS) and its different modules in ports all over the world, guaranteeing not only success of the project, but also a lasting relationship of collaboration.
Port of Matanzas (Cuba)
Port of Dunkerque (France)
In Dunkerque, the third most important port in France, Prosertek cooperated with Techint to install the BAS with modules to monitor berthing and unberthing (Dockmoor-BM), measure mooring line tension (Dockmoor-MS) and control environmental conditions (Dockmoor-ER).
Port of Castellón (Spain)
The Port of Castellón, or PortCastelló, is the Spanish port currently experiencing the highest growth and the leading Mediterranean logistics platform.
This increase in goods transport is reflected in the speed and efficiency gained with the berthing aid system provided by Prosertek and BP-Oil to these port installations, which have the following modules: monitoring of berthing and unberthing manoeuvres (Dockmoor-BM), control of mooring line tension (Dockmoor-MS), and measurement of meteorological factors (Dockmoor-ER).
Port of Bilbao (Spain)
The Port of Bilbao offers maritime services in connection with more than 800 ports all over the world. Prosertek therefore worked with Petronor and Sato to implement the Berthing Aid System (BAS) with all of its available modules, i.e.:
- Dockmoor-BM: Module for monitoring berthing and unberthing
- Dockmoor-MS: Module for monitoring line tension
- Dockmoor-HDT: Diagnostic module
- Dockmoor-ER: Module for controlling environmental conditions
- Dockmoor-FP: Module for monitoring behaviour of the fenders
- Dockmoor-LD: Module for monitoring the long arm drift
- Dockmoor-RR: Module for the remote control of quick release hooks
- Dockmoor-WEB: Module for monitoring by means of web server
Port of Algeciras (Spain)
The Port of Algeciras Bay, as well as having a strategic enclave for the providing of port maritime services, also has a berthing aid system implemented by Prosertek and Ecolaire.
The modules configured to cover the specific needs of these installations were Dockmoor-BM for monitoring berthing and unberthing, Dockmoor-MS for measuring mooring line tension, and Dockmoor-ER for controlling climatological conditions.
Port of Barcelona (Spain)
The Port of Barcelona maritime services provider operates as a commercial port, passenger port, energy port and logistics port. It receives the highest cruise ship traffic in the Mediterranean basin.
Prosertek and Enagas therefore worked on a project to implement the BAS and its Dockmoor mooring line tension module, helping to monitor the berthing lines of the port facilities.
Port of Gijón (Spain)
The Port of Gijón is the most important in Spain for the movement of solid bulk; it is also one of the leading maritime ports of the whole Atlantic Arc.
Furthermore, it is equipped with a sophisticated berthing aid system installed by Prosertek and Enagas, consisting of modules for monitoring berthing and unberthing (Dockmoor-BM), measuring mooring line tension (Dockmoor-MS) and controlling meteorological conditions (Dockmoor-ER).
Port of Cartagena (Spain)
The Port of Cartagena is recognised worldwide as being one of the best ports-of-call for cruise ships and one of the main destinations for transatlantic liners. It is a reference for stopovers.
Prosertek has collaborated on two occasions in the development of projects to implement the Berthing Aid System (BAS) in this Murcian port, one with Repsol, and the other in collaboration with Enagas.
The Port of Cartagena is therefore equipped with the berthing aid system and the Dockmoor-BM module for monitoring berthing and unberthing manoeuvres, the Dockmoor-MS for managing mooring systems, and the Dockmoor-ER for controlling environmental conditions.
Port of Huelva (Spain)
The biggest port in Andalusia, and the second biggest in Spain, is immersed in a constant process of improvement.
That’s why it engaged the help of Prosertek and Enagas to implement one of the world’s most innovative berthing aid systems: the BAS.
Port of Tarragona (Spain)
The Port of Tarragona specialises in industrial transport and has a specific platform for tankers carrying crude oil and its by-products. It is therefore one of the biggest ports in the Mediterranean.
Given that safety and speed are two of the priorities at this port, Prosertek joined forces with Repsol to introduce the BAS along with modules to monitor berthing and unberthing (Dockmoor-BM), measure mooring line tension (Dockmoor-MS) and control meteorological conditions (Dockmoor-ER).
Port of Sagunto (Spain)
The Port of Sagunto is one of the Spanish ports to transport the greatest variety of goods, specialising in natural gas, private cars, container traffic, iron and steel products and solid bulk.
Handling this kind of goods requires constant monitoring to guarantee the safety of both the workers and the installations, with no loss of efficiency. Prosertek therefore joined hands with Sener to implement the BAS as well as configuring the Dockmoor-BM module to monitor berthing and unberthing manoeuvres, the Dockmoor-MS to control mooring line tension, and the Dockmoor-ER to measure climatological conditions.