MarineM is an advanced Marine Resource Management System developed by Innovez-One in Port of Tanjung Pelepas, Malaysia. The system is designed to manage and optimize the use of marine resources while minimizing the impact on the environment. The motivation behind the development of MarineM is to create a sustainable and efficient maritime industry that is respectful to the environment as well as automating any manual processes, ensuring data integrity, enhancing billing processes and offering mobility functions.
The objectives of MarineM include the integration of various data sources, optimizing vessel and berth utilization, enhancing communication and collaboration among stakeholders, and increasing efficiency and productivity. MarineM achieves these objectives through its innovative features such as automated scheduling, real-time tracking, and data analytics for better decision making.
Johor Port Authority currently benefits from MarineM by getting insights on vessel calls’ activities, while MarineM will be integrated to the maritime single window of the Ports of Johor, the E-Gateway, which is under development by Johor Port Authority.
Since its implementation, MarineM has contributed significantly towards environmental protection. The system minimizes the waiting time for vessels, reduces fuel consumption and carbon emissions, and optimizes the use of berths, which in turn reduces the impact on the marine environment. Furthermore, MarineM has been successful in increasing the efficiency and productivity. It has reduced waiting time for vessels, improved berth utilization and the accuracy of vessel schedules.
In conclusion, MarineM is an innovative marine resource management system that has contributed significantly towards environmental protection and sustainable development. Its advanced features have increased the efficiency and productivity of the port, while minimizing the impact on the environment. MarineM serves as an excellent example of how technology can be harnessed to create a sustainable and efficient maritime industry.