The Port of Hamburg is currently testing the use of Autonomous Surface Vehicles (ASV), which can offer a number of advantages for hydrography. ASVs support the conventional sounding work of surveying vessels and can reach areas difficult to access.
Port of Hamburg
The video, published by Hamburg Port Authority, provides an insight into the port’s plans for 2019. Jens Meier, CEO of HPA, and presenter Matthias Wolk drove through the port on the “Hafenkapitän” and talked about the upcoming topics for this year.
The video depicts how contractors at Jaxport, port of Jacksonville, have securely fastened two, 260-ton cryogenic liquefied natural gas storage tanks onto their foundations at Crowley Maritime Corporation’s new shore-side fueling facility on Talleyrand Marine Terminal.
The video explains how Hamburg port decided to deepen the Vorhafen entry, which consists the gate to the turnover areas in Steinwerder. Through the deepening, the big vessels, such as containers and cruise ships, gain more space to maneuver in Tollerort.
The history and geography of the port of Hamburg
After 198 days of construction, has been opened on Kronprinzkai to Steinwerder on 9 June 2015, the third cruise terminal
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