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  PEMA-IP1-RFID-in-Ports-and-Terminals.pdfhttp://www.pema.org/wp-content/uploads/downloads/2011/06/PEMA-IP1-RFID-in-Ports-and-Terminals.pdf
Michael Dempsey
This Information Paper is intended to provide a high level overview of the use of Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) in the ports and terminal sectors.
OCR in Ports and Terminals.pdfwww.pema.org/resources/public-downloads
PEMA
The document describes how OCR (Optical Character Rcognition) technology functions and discusses its applications in container port and terminal operations. Past, current and future adoption trends are reviewed, together with benefits and ROI scenarios for OCR.
PT51-12.pdfhttp://www.porttechnology.org/images/uploads/technical_papers/PT51-12.pdf
Meta Rotenberg, VP Marketing and Business Development, Hi-Tech Solutions
Marine and intermodal terminals around the world are seeking automated container handling solutions at an increased rate..The individual system solutions for terminal operations are embedded with complex logic ensuring optimization of equipment usage, yard space, vessel productivity, gate productivity and rail productivity all in the safest manner.
http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/xpl/mostRecentIssue.jsp?punumber=5656073
Oettmeier, M.; Heising, C.; Bartelt, R.; Staudt, V.; Steimel, A.;
Economical and ecological motives are pushing shoreside power supply by power electronics systems for merchant ships as well as for cruise ships. Also, final tests of on-ship power systems and generation are simplified considerably. Fault scenarios on-ship and within the harbour grid and the variability of the parameters of on-ship distribution - each ship is special, and large consumers or generators are switched on and off - require fast and robust control.
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