GESFLOT system

It is a specific Integrated Management System for fleets of any kind and for fishing vessels. The tool developed by Eurolink – ALTUM technicians optimally enables effective management and maintenance of the vessel, equipment, crew, certificates, captures, requirements documentation and port entries needs, etc. in a simple and intuitive way. The system has been designed to be used on board the vessel being connected to the land office, by default, using an internet connection, forming a system with a single database, but also supports operation with independent databases each ship and ashore. GESFLOT system is modular and fully scalable. [accordion] [spoiler title=”MODULES”] 1379232_55303277

  • Maintenance Module
  • Machines daily registration Module
  • Crews Module
  • Purchase Module
  • Ship certificates Module
  • Document Management Module
  • Port operations Module
  • Captures and downloads Management Module
  • Budgetary control Module
[/spoiler] [spoiler title=”KERNEL“]
  1. User Authentication. Individual access rights
  2. Ship Basics: querying and modifying
  3. Introducing processes to run
  4. Master tables (vendors, currencies, types of equipment, etc)
  5. Search by filters of any table in the database
  6. Getting user reports with a report generator very simple and intuitive
  7. Export of data tables to Excel and other files
  8. Customizing user views and favourites
  9. System Administration. Tables, Management processes

Report: Data Shipi+d [/spoiler] [spoiler title=”Maintenance Module“]

  1. Database of equipment (and spare parts), their characteristics and locations
  2. Various coding systems for equipment
  3. Inventory of equipment and location on board
  4. Planning of preventive maintenance (tasks associated resources, workshops, expected costs)
  5. Scheduled maintenance alerts based on equipment operating hours
  6. Record of corrective maintenance
  7. Sheets demand for maintenance / repair
  8. Checking list of periodic maintenance
  9. Management and recording of invoices, photos, files, incidents, etc.
  10. Agenda

Reports: Equipment Sheet, Sheet equipment demand, stranded sheet / repair [/spoiler] [spoiler title=”Machine Diary Module“]

  1. Periodical save consumption and daily operation of equipment selected by the responsible.
  2. Daily data / information from multiple shifts
  3. Graphical and statistical treatment of data (consumption, temperature, etc.)
  4. Export data to Excel
  5. Linking with Maintenance Plans to detect and warn with alarms upcoming  periodic tasks based on hours of operation
[/spoiler] [spoiler title=”Crew Module“]
  1. Personal and family data
  2. Training data
  3. Medical and skills Certificates
  4. Certificates alarms
  5. Medical History
  6. Employment history
  7. History shipments. incidences
  8. Hierarchies and specialties. Charges on board
  9. Costs and crew consumption ordered by concepts

Report: Crew List. [/spoiler] [spoiler title=”Purchase Module“]

  1. Program – type of Purchases
  2. Management of supplies and provisions. Various coding systems
  3.  Demands from ships to Central Office
  4. Authorizations of  demands
  5. Order Management
  6.  Inventory management with locations within the vessel
  7. Minimum stock alerts
  8. Historical consumptionCombined management of supplies between ships in an area

Report: Order [/spoiler] [spoiler title=”Certificates Module“]

  1. Maintenance of certificates and associated alarms
  2. Document management (physical copies of documents incorporated)
  3. Connection with Port Operations Module.
[/spoiler] [spoiler title=”Document Management Module“]
  1. Directories / repositories to locate the documents attached to the database
  2. Incorporation of documents attached to any data of the database
  3. Organizing documents by type
  4. All kinds of formats in the file (with automatic recognition of new formats)
  5. Status controlLevels of user groups access to certain documents
[/spoiler] [spoiler title=”Port Operations Module“]
  1. Overall Display of all ships progress regarding their next stops. Display made ​​with color separation by operational area
  2. Registration, management and monitoring of all needs to be covered during the stay in port
  •                  Warnings, alarms and permits
  •                  Charge transfer
  •                  Refill, food, consumption
  •                  Jobs in port (management needs work – scaffolding, water, supplies, inspections. etc)
  •                  Travel and transportation of personnel
  •                  Certificates and Documents to complete

3.     Visual alarm system (traffic lights) by Response rates for the different types of needs [/spoiler] [spoiler title=”Captures and downloads Management Module“]

  1. Record sets, incidents and data required for reporting
  2. Captures by type of fish and warehouse
  3. Internal consistency analyzer of catches recorded by warehouse
  4. Registration of transfers and discharges per trip, with numbers by type of fish
[/spoiler] [spoiler title=”Budgetary control Module“] 1. Identification of units of cost control and budget control for every trip 2. Each ship can have their own concepts of budgetary control for both income to expenses 3. You select the level of detail you want to work on budget control 4. Summary Screen budgeted cost situation – real, for concepts and categories and costs by nature 5. Automatic calculation of costs claimed by the ship and authorized, id. maintenance costs and the costs of work orders 6. Selective access from the main screen to detail budgetary control actual costs by nature 7. Automatic detection of actual cost overruns by groups [/spoiler] [spoiler title=”How is implemented GESFLOT?“] The approach that we propose to our clientes for implementation is based on a continued service. The cost of this continued service we propose to integrate with annual operating costs of each vessel as an operating cost, considering the central office as another vessel for this purpose. In a first stage of implantation is contemplated:

  1. The dedication of Consulting organization needed to adapt the working procedures of the company, encodings, and processes on land and on ships more significant to consider.
  2. The implementation of the System in the headquarters server
  3. The implementation of the system in a pilot vessel, with the resolution of relevant organizational processes (encodings, etc)

In a second stage envisages the incorporation of individual ship system operation that can be performed when the client decides. [/spoiler] [spoiler title=”What infrastructure requires the implantation of GESFLOT?“] BBDD server. The server database (located on land) must meet at least the following requirements:

  1.  Processor: Pentium, 4 2,5 GHZ
  2. RAM: >= 1GB
  3. Hard Disk: 30 GB/100 GB  (with Document Management)
  4. Network card: 100/1000 Mps
  5. Operating S.: As required  (Windows)

In ships, the centralized database option, Internet connection is required. Database Engine Manager. Firebird 2.1. [/spoiler] [/accordion]