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Eagle Eye: The Human Edge in the New Age of Container Shipping

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OPUS Terminal: The Complexities of Upgrading the Terminal Operating System

When acquiring or upgrading a commercial TOS solution, it would serve terminals well to outsource IT complexities. By working with an experienced IT partner that incorporates the industry’s best practices have proven to improve operational productivity and competitiveness. Download whitepaper to understand how adopting smart terminal operating systems can aid in improving overall productivity.

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CARA: Communication Imperatives for Connected Ocean Carriers

CARA streamlines business processes by standardising and automating data exchanges to facilitate co-operation between carriers of various degrees such as slot charter, slot swap, joint operations and alliances. Download the whitepaper to understand how effective synchronisation and data transparency can streamline processes and improve overall customer service.

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ALLEGRO: Total and Integrated Liner Management System for Ocean Carriers

Facing the shipping industry right now, is the onset of depressed freight rates, geopolitical turbulence and overcapacity of ships. The market is also seeing a rising trend of shipping lines who are now deeply committed to investing in IT solutions to take them to the next level of performance. Download whitepaper to understand how adopting smart liner management solutions can aid in improving overall productivity.

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ALLEGRO: 5 Key Maritime Logistics Trends in 2019

As the industry leverages the latest technologies for growth, some things have changed to cloud the outlook ahead. Carriers have begun to behave differently because of varied changes in external market factors like geo-political climates and trade inbalances, and internal factors such as data duplication, lack of collaboration and the inability to optimize resources. CyberLogitec sees 5 dominant trends this 2019 that we believe will bring clarity in shaping the way forward.

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OPUS Logistics: Transforming Logistics with Digitalization

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The Definitive Guide to Terminal Automation Solutions

Eagle Eye is a real-time monitoring, tracking and control system which enhances yard operational productivity. The digital twin and operation analysis solution analyzes the location and movement of containers and intelligently automates container handoffs without the need for human intervention. With 2D and 3D terminal visualization, yard operational decisions can be proactively and safely administered

Smart Safety Technology: Elevating Actionable Visibility in the Yard

As handling volume increases along with growth of mega-vessels and the relentless pursuit for higher terminal productivity, operational risks increase in tandem. Where there is a lack of transparency, the chance of safety-related issues may arise and cause a spiralling effect to other issues that could eventually hurt terminal’s bottom-line and operational capacity. This can range from disruption of operations due to unplanned repairs, to liability claims for cargo and equipment damages or even worker’s injuries, and culminating to long term reputational damage.

Empirical evidence indicates that a large percentage of safety incidents in terminals are due to human error that arise from non-compliant procedures to a lack in strict preventive efforts. Coupled with the fact that every container movement requires a long and diverse chain of process, maximizing visibility is paramount to achieving the highest standards of safety best practices in port operations. Innovative safety features that addresses tracking of equipment and cargo, to the condition of facilities contribute to resultant data captured in an accurate and timely manner.

Elevating actionable visibility

Built on the concept of processing signals from sensors, the IoT (Internet of Things) has swiftly expanded its applicability in automating processes in the maritime and port industry. IoT, among other things, enables real-time transmission of terminal equipment positioning as well as yard and STS container crane movement metrics from the safe confines of the control room.

Today’s technologies such as Eagle Eye has robust visualisation features that proactively supports yard operational activities as it picks up anomalies in the yard. This makes it easy to identify equipment or vehicle breakdowns, detect vehicle movement proximity and minimize collisions, fires or explosions, all from a safe distance. Crane operators are able to control container movements without needing to be on site.

The ability to harness technological solutions has created new levels of worker safety and visibility for cargo and vehicular flow. With improved control, responsiveness and visibility, potential security risks or non-compliance with port safety and health regulations can be quickly identified and addressed.  

Better safety for better business

The maritime industry is increasingly recognizing the inevitability of digitalization in driving innovation for better safety technology. Applied wisely, the right software can help businesses raise their competitive advantage through enhanced yard safety and more strategic visibility across operations.