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Industry expert Jhun Oblego as new contact person for all aspects of CHESSCON software
Standardization in the container terminal industry can minimize the cost of moving forward in the 4th industrial revolution.
The aim of the project is to investigate measures based on different scenarios that reduce the impact of climate gases and air pollutants from port-related activities.
The port and terminal industry is going for more integration and automation across various levels of the processes. Due to this the terminal industry is striving for more standards.
AKQUINET is selected as one of two companies for the Navis Business Partner program for another two years. The business partner companies offer complements Navis solutions via in-depth industry ...
On 29 October, we invited interested parties and customers to our first digital user event about our CHESSCON applications. More than 20 terminal and port experts from Asia, Africa and Europe took ...
From your point of view, why are standards important moving forward in the 4th industrial revolution and IoT?
The COVID 19 impact will speed up the process somehow as everybody needs to be agile and resilient and better understand the pace of change that is necessary.
The latest strategic approach is to use digital simulation technologies for planning, developing and the installation process of a container terminal.
We asked Boris Wenzel, CEO of Terminal Link SA: Why to join TIC 4.0?
At the upcoming webinar "Current Challenges and Future Opportunities for Ports and Terminals on the Black Sea" (17 Sep. 2020 10:00 AM CEST) , our Managing Director Prof. Dr. Ing. Holger Schuett ...
Managing Director Prof. Dr. Ing. Holger Schuett is the host of the upcoming TRANSPORT EVENTS webinar „Port Technology and Service Reliability“ this Thursday (10.Sep. 2020 04:00 PM in Hongkong ...
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