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Unveils the first fully automated terminal in South Korea with the cutting-edge technology of CyberLogitec 2024-07-01

Dongwon Global Terminal (DGT) announced opening the first fully automated terminal in South Korea on 5th April. DGT, the 2nd to 5th operation phase of the west container harbor in Busan New Port, is evaluated as a terminal that has set milestones for terminal logistics history in South Korea by applying domestic technology in various automation equipment and operation systems. CyberLogitec’s efforts as an IT solution provider, such as terminal operation systems, are helping to success in DGT implementation. As a terminal logistics specialized IT solution provider, CyberLogitec has proven its path domestically and globally, once again demonstrating the technology in the DGT case.

OPUS Terminal, seize the efficiency and safety

DGT has introduced rare and cutting-edge equipment like AGV(Automated Guided Vehicle), ARMG(Automated Rail Mounted Gantry) and DTQC(Double Trolley Quay Crane); hence, the integrated control technology was required for the equipment. 

CyberLogitec has more than 8 implementation references of Terminal Operation System(TOS) in Automated Terminals both domestic and global. The implementation references include horizontal and vertical types, and recently, the world’s first U-Type (Type that supports a side loading method in which AGV enters the block in vertical-type) fully automated terminal case was added to the reference list.



Unlike other terminals, a fully automated terminal applies unmanned equipment such as AGVs, Double Trolley Quay Cranes and others. To operate the equipment smoothly, an optimal work plan considering each equipment’s feature and workflow and the development of a solution capable of being controlled thoroughly are needed. 

DGT applies OPUS Terminal Enterprise as a terminal operation system, Terminal Logistics Controller(TLC) which makes each piece equipment capable of  operating optimally, and OPUS DigiPort’s IoT platform & data center for data integration management. By applying organically connecting OPUS Terminal and each solution and module to the entire terminal, CyberLogitec received an evaluation that achieved automation efficiency, safety, and productivity as well.


OPUS DigiPort’s dashboard which applied to DGT. You can see the real-time terminal status information.


Work optimization implementation by real-time data management 

DGT was the first in South Korea to introduce the Double Trolley Quay Trolley(DTQC.).

DTQC is the equipment for loading and unloading containers to and from container vessels (sea-side) and harbors (land-side). The existing equipment is a single trolley that moves between the vessel and land, yet a double trolley can process more output by two trolleys, which are located one on the vessel and the other one on the land, associated with the platform. Generally, double trolleys are known to improve efficiency by 15% compared to single trolleys. CyberLogitec applied the operation solution for automation implementation to DTQC. Utilization of the implementation gives the crane the remote-control capability with monitoring. Hence it could get a wide field view as well as a safety accident prevention effect.

The importance of stable data processing capability cannot be overstated when it comes to operating automation equipment smoothly. The equipment generates a large amount of data every moment, and managing and judging job orders 24/7 based on this data could easily overload the operation system and cause errors. Therefore, the establishment of an effective data relay and data processing method is not just a requirement, but a necessity to ensure the stability in system operation.

CyberLogitec utilized an IoT platform to relay the various types of data from the automation equipment ECS(Equipment Controller System), RFID installed in the terminal and vehicles passing the terminal gate, and then connecting interface.   Due to the applied installation, the DGT operation system instructs optimal job orders through real-time container and vehicle location tracking, estimation of the vehicle’s arrival time at the block, and weight value setting as per the types of work in the terminal.

OPUS DigiPort’s dashboard which applied to DGT. You can see the real-time terminal status information.


OPUS Terminal, which is applied in DGT as an operation system presented by CyberLogitec, prepares work plans based on collected information in advance, including EDI, assigns the equipment to use, and then manages overall operation to allocate the work on a real-time basis. At this time, prevention of equipment collision, interference, deadlock (Condition in which the equipment is standing still until another equipment to complete the work) is basic.

CyberLogitec plans to deliver perfect support for the operation of DGT and, based on its advanced technology, contribute to the successful implementation of terminal automation projects both domestically and globally.

Source : Korea Logistics News (  / 2024. 5. 27


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