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The port of Rotterdam has many vessels entering and leaving the port each day. Besides the seagoing vessels an even bigger part of these vessels are related to inland (river going) barges.
At the Maasvlakte area both sea and river going vessels are competing for the same terminal handling capacity. If a large number of seagoing vessels are in, less barges can be handled. As a result barges are confronted with serious delays (=additional costs).
Is there any mutual relation between the sea and river going movements. Do the seagoing vessel (movements) affect the river going movements? Or the other way around. Is there any predictive behavior based on historical data etc. ?
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Cofano Data sets: the vessel (object) movements of the port and dedicated areas within the port (geofence) are tracked and traced and their data is logged. For the Maasvlakte area a data set with vessel object id's, time stamp, area code etc. is available. External sources which can also be used are vessel type data, weather forecasts etc.
For more information about the data sets see the WIKI
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