Navis In the News

Jan 11, 2018 – World Cargo News

Bangkok live with N4

The Port Authority of Thailand has implemented the Navis N4 TOS in Bangkok, replacing CATOS from TSB in the process. Navis has announced that the Bangkok-based Port Authority of Thailand (PAT) has successfully completed its implementation of the N4 TOS. PAT is a government-owned port, handling in the region of 1.5M TEU annually.

Jan 11, 2018 – Port Technology International

Thailand’s Bangkok Port Puts Navis N4 TOS Into Action

The Bangkok-based Port Authority of Thailand (PAT) has completed its implementation of the N4 terminal system by Navis, a part of Cargotec Corporation, so that it has up-to-the-minute cargo information and greater transparency around container activities.
PAT, a government-owned port, is located in Bangkok and is the only container terminal in the region, which allows the port to capitalize on the large volume of traffic coming through Southeast Asia.

One thing is clear, for the industry to be successful in managing any kind of long-term transformation, significant management and leadership skills will be required to shape organizations to be more flexible, adapt to change, and be more open to collaboration. Working as one entity on a common technology platform with a single source of the truth is a first step toward more integrated planning and execution and more productive and profitable business processes.

Jan 5, 2018 – Port Technology International

Navis: AI Will Improve Automated Terminal Data Collection

Chuck Schneider, Vice President and General Manager EMEA, Navis, has explained how artificial intelligence (AI) can improve automated data collection functions at container terminals. Schneider's experience in overseeing a variety of terminal system upgrades has led him to believe that machine learning could improve yard and vessel processes.

La transformación digital de la industria del transporte y la logística avanza a pasos acelerados, como demuestran las estrategias presentadas por Maersk Line, MSC o CMA CGM en el sector del contenedor, que cubren tanto la orientación integral a la cadena logística, convirtiéndose en consorcios de logística y transporte, como la transformación de los procesos operativos y de negocio en base a la expansión de sus capacidades digitales. La Digitalización y la Automatización han llegado para quedarse. La tracción que las distintas iniciativas están produciendo es consistente, tanto en la apertura de nuevas oportunidades y paradigmas como en la clara determinación de los actores de la cadena para transformar los procesos actuales partiendo de la base de ejemplos concretos de evolución que marquen la ruta a seguir. Sin embargo, la trivialización de soluciones puramente fundamentadas en la tecnología está planteando un gran panorama de confusión e ilusión acerca de lo que realmente es posible y alcanzable en los próximos años.

Dec 20, 2017 – Port Technology International

Maritime College Trains Students Using Navis N4 TOS

Navis, part of Cargotec Corporation, has trained undergraduate and graduate students at SUNY Maritime College on the N4 terminal operating system (TOS) that manages more than 300 container terminals worldwide. SUNY Maritime College, located in the Bronx, New York, US, will be running a two-week training session that customer ports undertake to become certified.

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.

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.

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.

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