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Journal of Navigation and Port Research 2020;44(6):557-563.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.5394/KINPR.2020.44.6.557    Published online December 31, 2020.
컨테이너 터미널의 디지털 트윈 기술 적용에 관한 연구
최훈도1, 유장호2
1부산연구원 초빙연구위원
2창원시정연구원 연구보조원
A Study on the Application of Digital Twin Technology for Container Terminals
Hoon-Do Choi1, Jang-Ho Yu2
1Visiting Research Fellow, Busan Development Institute, Korea
2Research Associate, Changwon Research Institute, Korea
Correspondence:  Jang-Ho Yu, Tel: 055)213-9045, 
Email: yjh9646@naver.com
Received: 3 December 2020   • Revised: 17 December 2020   • Accepted: 28 December 2020
Digital Twin Technology is currently being utilized in many industries and logistics seems soon to follow that trend. Currently, technology introduction to container terminals is restrictedly developing. In reviewing the existing literature, it became clear that research on the application of Digital Twin technology for container terminals is deficient. This study fulfilled AHP and IPA analysis causing fields to adjust priority at the container terminal. The result of analysis on the urgent necessity of adjustable fields' detailed elements from Digital Twin Technology, ATC, intelligent CCTV, and container yards, and showed that they were of the highest priority level. Also, VR/AR Equipment, AYT, Smart Container, Automated Container Delivery Facility, Refrigerated/Freezer Container, Wearable Device for Port Maintenance, and Smart Buoy were reviewed in detail. Our group suggests AQC, Berth, AGV, ASC, Apron, and Automated Mooring as potentially useful Digital Twin Technologies. Finally, our research suggests the OSS equipment, intermodal linkage facility, intelligent drone, and hazardous material storage are areas of low priority.
Key Words: Digital Twin, AHP, IPA, digital port, digital transformation

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