Port access control system manages entrance and exit of any kind of transport and personnel to restricted areas, as ports and container terminals, customs controlled areas, logistic terminals and border crossing. The system streamlines operations by identifying vehicles, cargo, fleet machinery and people as they enter the site.
Access control is based on automatic identification of:
- Trucks, trailers and cars license plates;
- Wagons and platforms ID’s;
- Containers ID and marking (dangerous goods ,IMO, ISO, ADR codes);
- High quality damage inspection pictures and seal presence detection;
- Personnel biometric data and identification cards.
Gate operating system uses many automatic identification methods, such as OCR (optical character recognition), RFID (radio frequency identification), biometric readers (fingerprint readers, hand scanners, face and eye scanners). Contemporary technologies and precisely designed processes make identification and access control highly secured, reliable and extremely fast. Up to date technologies, identification tools and access control systems provides ISPS code compliance, easy management, complete integration, real time alarming and powerful reporting.
Automated road operations allows to:
- Automate ISPS compliance;
- Improve turnaround time;
- Eliminate queuing at the gate;
- Eliminate labor intensive processes at the gate and in the yard;
- Improve working conditions and safety of employees;
- Improve efficiency of port/terminal operations;
- Facilitate communication between all IT systems;
- Eliminate damaged cargo claims;
- Cut costs;
- Drive revenue;
- See a difference on the bottom line.
Automated rail operations allows to:
- Identify and image cargo entering/exiting via rail;
- Crane OCR to identify and image boxes;
- Identify all road traffic and issue work orders;
- Match rail cargo with manifest and work schedules;
- Damage inspection imaging;
- Interface with TOS and other management systems;
- Complete asset visibility.
Automatic identification checkpoints are used on the road, at gate area, in cities, ports or borders premises, on railroad, in rail stations and stations premises. Pedestrians’ access is operated by physical checkpoints, turnstiles and bicycle gates.
- Port Authorities and gate facilities;
- Ro-Ro and container terminals;
- Intermodal terminals and train yards;
- Industrial and logistics areas;
- Paper and steel mills;