1. The left side is the environmental monitoring display. The upper instrument is the anemometer and below is the seawater flow rate and flow direction meter. When the equipment is in normal operation, the interface will display real-time environmental data such as wind speed, flow direction, tide wave, temperature and humidity, and the direction will be displayed on the meter in real time in a graphical interface.
2. The middle part is the simulated image of the ship's berthing. The top shows the distance between the bow and the stern and the ship's name and voyage. The lower part shows the speed and angle of the bow and stern.
3. The upper right side is the analog interface of the synchronous LED display. The lower two are video image windows, real-time shooting of the boat berthing scene, and can be recorded and stored.
4. The lower part of the interface is a comprehensive information display window, which displays system status, alarms and other messages.
When the data collected by the system includes the speed and angle of the ship's distance from points A and B, it will be displayed on the big screen through the LED, and all data will be sent to the "wireless handheld terminal" to assist the entire berthing process.
Note: To achieve all of the above functions, the corresponding model specifications must be selected during system selection.
After the vessel is berthed, the software can be configured according to the actual erection of the cables of the ship and the dock, and the high limit setting and high limit setting of the tension of each cable can be set, as shown on the left:
There are 3 cables at the stern respectively connected to the quick-release hooks 1, 2 and 3 on the approach bridge SD1 , and 4 cables on the right side of the stern, 2 of them are connected to the quick-release hooks 1 and 2 on the approach bridge SD3. The other 2 cables are connected to quick release hook 1,2 on the dock P3. There are 4 cables on the right side of the bow, 2 of which are connected to the quick-release hooks 1, 2 on dock P4, and the other 2 are connected QRH No.1, 2 on ND1. And the three cables on the bow are respectively connected to the quick release hooks of No.1, 2, 3 on the docking bridge ND3.
After the configuration is completed, the detection state is entered. When the tension of the cable exceeds the preset high limit and high high limit alarm value, the software will issue alarms of various modes (sound, light, text) to remind the staff to handle, and the data is recorded.
When the vessel is berthed and enters the production state, after setting the drift alarm value: the high limit and high limit of the bow and stern drift distance, enter the “drift monitoring state”.
The laser sensor is timed on (collect N data in N seconds), the distance between the ship and the dock is collected, and then the laser head is turned off (N seconds). When the collected distance exceeds the set limit, an alarm (sound, light, text) will be issued, causing the attention of the staff, allowing the staff to deal with it in a timely manner, and recording all kinds of data.