Navis In the News

Dec 11, 2017 – Port Strategy

NAVIS CTO IDENTIFIES TOP PORT TECH TRENDS

Navis’ chief technology officer (CTO) has identified the top technology trends in the ocean shipping sector that he views as having the greatest impact in 2018 and beyond. Developments picked out by Raj Gupta, who also gave his thoughts on the role he views these factors playing in the future, included the Internet of Things (IoT), automation, blockchain, machine learning (ML), drones and sensors.

Dec 7, 2017 – Port Strategy

Navis Launches Online Training Portal

A new Navis customised training portal will enable terminal operators to employ skilled workers to fully utilise TOS technology and improve overall productivity. In early 2018, Navis will launch its Training Stack Academy which is an online interactive training environment providing users virtual reality training on all key aspects Navis TOS use and navigation. It will also roll out a series of operational customised end-user training courses for its customers.

Dec 7, 2017 – Port Technology International

Navis, XVELA Scoop Major Accolades at Arabia Excellence Awards

Navis and XVELA have both taken home awards at the recent Transport Arabia Excellence Awards held in Dubai, UAE. Chuck Schneider, VP and General Manager of the Americas for Navis, accepted the TOS Technology Company of the Year award for Navis, while and Craig Halford, Global Sales Director at XVELA, accepted the Best Digital Innovation of the Year award at the awards gala on December 4, 2017.

Dec 7, 2017 – Port Technology International

New Online Training Portal and Operational End-user Training

Navis, a part of Cargotec Corporation, has announced that it will be launching the Navis Training Stack Academy — an online interactive training environment that will provide Navis users online training on all key aspects of the terminal operating system (TOS). The TOS designer has set the launch date for the new training system, available by subscription to both new and existing Navis customers, in the first quarter of 2018.

Chuck Schneider, VP and General Manager of the Americas for Navis, accepted the TOS Technology Company of the Year award for Navis, while and Craig Halford, Global Sales Director at XVELA, accepted the Best Digital Innovation of the Year award at the awards gala on December 4, 2017. Navis was recognized with the TOS Technology Company of the Year Award, which recognizes the Terminal Operating Systems software company that has brought the most innovative TOS software to the market.

Navis was recognized with the TOS Technology Company of the Year Award, which recognizes the Terminal Operating Systems software company that has brought the most innovative TOS software to the market. Navis was awarded this honor based on their impressive work implementing 330 TOS systems across the globe, and their innovative work on the updated Navis N4 TOS system.

In a dramatic step to significantly expand the scope and breadth of its TOS training, Navis will launch several new training offerings in the first quarter of 2018. Included in the launch will be the Navis Training Stack Academy, an online interactive training environment that will provide Navis users virtual reality training on all key aspects of the TOS product. In addition, Navis will roll out a series of operational end-user training courses, which can be customized to meet the unique needs of each Navis customer.

Dec 4, 2017 – All About Shipping

Outlook in Ocean Shipping for 2018

As we look ahead to 2018, Navis has identified the top technology trends in the ocean shipping industry that they expect to have the biggest impact next year and beyond. Raj Gupta, CTO at Navis, has provided his views on emerging technology trends including, blockchain, automation, drones, IoT, sensors and machine learning and the role he sees them playing in the industry in the future.

Global shipping technology provider Navis has collaborated with Microsoft China, Shanghai Zhenhua Heavy Industries (ZPMC) and Moffatt & Nichol to establish a joint taskforce to explore new opportunities and develop turnkey automation solutions. The taskforce intends to provide a single integrated solution for future terminal automation projects, as well as automate and improve existing terminal infrastructures and systems.

With the global automated container terminal market expected to grow 25 percent by 2021 (according to research from Technavio), there is a significant need to support terminals as they work to achieve excellence in various phases of automation. The exploratory taskforce provides best-of-breed elements to a solution which would comprehensively address the industry’s most complex automation readiness and optimization problems cost effectively, and with minimal risk.

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