Recent Positioning Techniques for Efficient Port Operations and Development of Suez Canal Corridor

Ahmed Elhattab

Abstract


The current developments in positioning techniques and communication technology have great impact on both construction and operations of ports. The majority of positioning systems for marine traffic are satellite based such as GPS. Virtual Reference Station is one of the recent high precision techniques for GNSS positioning which can be used for smart and efficient port.

The advantages of using virtual reference station technique in different port operation and construction have been discussed in this paper. To apply this technique in Suez Canal corridor zone, a design of Continuously Operating Reference Station network has been proposed. This network can be utilized during different construction and operations phases of Suez Canal Corridor project.

 

 

Keywords


Positioning Techniques; Efficient Port Operations; Efficient Port Development; Suez Canal Corridor

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.21622/resd.2016.02.2.126

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