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To enhance operations, the Port of Shenzhen has embarked on a digital transformation journey to become a smart port. The first step on this journey is the implementation of a smart crane system developed by Intellindata and Advantech to achieve greater safety, security and efficiency. The Chiwan container terminal is one of the areas in the Port of Shenzhen where this system has been adopted. This terminal optimizes data communication between cranes, trucks and management systems through wireless networks.

During these operations, the Advantech DLT-V collects operational data and sends it to the management system for task monitoring and further data analyzing.

The operators in the office can track the status of each crane in real time, so as to keep abreast of loading schedules for asset and task allocation optimization. In addition, crane drivers are immediately notified of changes in cargo information from the ship to avoid loading the containers with the wrong sequence, which will help raise productivity. The excellent performance by the smart crane system has also attracted the attention of other terminals.

For instance, the Dachanwan terminal of the Port of Shenzhen has adopted Advantech DLT-V rugged vehicle-mounted terminal with integrated keyboard to optimize the trailer operation with great performance. High productivity with smart logistics systems Intellindata and Advantech are looking beyond the Port of Shenzhen and are aggressively promoting their smart solutions to more ports across China. With the end-to-end system offered by Intellindata and Advantech, instructions to all trucks, forklifts and cranes in the container terminal are sent through the central command system.

Dispatch trucks from logistics companies get permission to enter the wharf after their license plates have been verified. Once the containers have been loaded onto the trucks, cameras and sensors installed at the gates once again automatically verify license plates and container numbers and allow them to exit.

All operational data is transmitted to the cloud and managed by the central command center for data analysis to optimize overall logistics. Vehicles are dispatched and monitored through the fleet management system to ensure that cargo safely reaches third-party logistics centers.

Meanwhile, the port operators are quite satisfied with the reduction of the container transportation rate. Win-win partnerships in the smart port ecosystem Today, global ports and terminals are facing ongoing pressure to reduce operational costs, implement appropriate security measures, and mitigate the effects of climate change.

In this context, Advantech works closely with domain partners to help operators develop comprehensive smart port strategies to improve operations with new technologies. Advantech sincerely invites the domain partners to join the ecosystem to co-create a bright future. About Us.


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