Poor implementation of safety standard is considered as one reason of high ship accident level in Indonesia. One attempt to increase the safety standard of ship is to implement one of rules published by International Maritime Organization IMO regarding to inspection strategy for ships that operate in port area. The inspections are done by port state control officer PSCO. In respect to the inspection strategy Tokyo MOU requires that 25 population of ocean going ships other than home flage state that enter the port area should be inspected by PSCO. Based on this condition PSCO needs to define a rank for each ship to make priority ranking for conducting the inspection. This study aims to develop an ship inspection method by utilization of Automatic Identification System AIS data and Geographic Information System GIS. Ship inspection strategy is done by calculating inspection score as consideration to determine the inspection priority of ship. Inspection score is determined by weighting inspection variables defined by Tokyo MOU using Analytical Hierarchy Process AHP. AIS data which is combined with ship database inspection score is then to be overlaid with Google Map to develop this internet-based ship inspection strategy. The developed system was done using AIS data at Tanjung Perak and Gresik Ports. The system displaying ship position identity inspection rank and inspection status of ship.
inspection score; Automatic Identification System (AIS); Geographic Information System (GIS); Analytical Hierarcy Process (AHP)
: Geographic information systems
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Source article of Proceedings of International Seminar on Applied Technology, Science, and Arts (3rd APTECS), Surabaya, 6 Dec. 2011, ISSN 2086-1931
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