Navis In the News

Mar 28, 2018 – Port Technology International

New DP World Posorja Port to Operate with N4 TOS

DP World Posorja has chosen to implement the Navis N4 terminal operating system (TOS) at its greenfield multi-purpose port in Ecuador. Dubai-based port and terminal operator DP World holds a 50-year concession from the Government of Ecuador to build the country’s first deepwater port to help fuel economic growth and connect Ecuador with international markets.

Mar 28, 2018 – American Journal of Transportation

DP World selects Navis N4 to optimize operations

As DPW Posorja plans for a target go-live in second half of 2019, it has tapped Navis as its TOS provider and will utilize N4 to offer customers the most innovative technology for operational excellence including high quality service, efficiency and reliability at the terminal. As part of the N4 implementation process, DPW Posorja will also utilize Navis’ PrimeRoute, Expert Decking and AutoStow optimization modules.

Mar 27, 2018 – Port Technology International

Navis: Why N4?

A new video from Navis brings together a variety of customers to discuss the impact that N4, Navis’ customizable and scalable Terminal Operating System (TOS), has had on their operations. The video features comments from establishments such as Yilport Holding Inc., Virginia International Terminals, Hamburg SUD and Malta Freeport Terminals LTD, among others.

Mar 21, 2018 – Port Technology International

XVELA Stowage Plan Cloud App Links Simatech Shipping

XVELA, the world’s first maritime business network for ocean carriers and terminal operators, has announced that Simatech Shipping, the leading container feeder operator in the Asia, Indian Subcontinent and Middle East regions, has gone live with XVELA’s cloud-based stowage planning application. Dubai-based Simatech will perform stowage planning for its fleet of container vessels in the cloud, a virtual storage space for data, using XVELA’s collaborative SaaS stowage solution.

Mar 21, 2018 – Container Management

Simatech Shipping goes live with Xvela app

Simatech Shipping, a leading container feeder operator in Asia, has gone live with Xvela’s cloud-based stowage planning application. Dubai-based stowage planning for Simatech’s fleet of container vessels is now performed “in the cloud” using Xvela’s collaborative SaaS stowage solution.

The results from the survey, gathered from over 75 Navis customers at various stages of automation, delve into current views on the importance of automation, future plans for automation, perceived benefits and challenges, and projected improvements to productivity and operational costs achieved through automation.

According to Navis researchers, increasing numbers of terminals are using higher levels of automation to improve productivity and efficiency and ultimately raise their competitive advantage in the market.  Respondents to the customer survey show that a majority of terminal operators (74 percent) clearly believe that automation in some form (full, equipment or process automation) will be critical to stay competitive in the next 3-5 years.

Mar 16, 2018 – Port Technology International

#CTAC2018 Reveals How AI Will Affect Port Control Rooms

A Port Technology Container Terminal Automation Conference (#CTAC2018) debate has explored how artificial intelligence (AI) may affect the control rooms of container terminals at ports. During day two of the conference, a discussion about driving terminal performance changed direction when data became the focus, with Dr. Yvo Saanen, Commercial Director and Founder of TBA, explaining that the “huge potential” behind moving boxes could be unlocked with a proactive attitude towards new technology such as AI.

The results from the TechValidate survey, titled Challenges and Opportunities for Automation, gathered from over 75 Navis customer respondents at various stages of automation, delve into current views on the importance of automation, future plans for automation projects, perceived benefits and challenges, as well as projected improvements to productivity and operational costs achieved through automation.

Mar 14, 2018 – Port Strategy

INCREASING AUTOMATION REAPING BENEFITS

Increasing numbers of terminals are using higher levels of automation to improve productivity, efficiency and competitive advantage. This is the findings of a Navis customer survey which found nearly 75% of terminal operators believe that automation in some form will be critical to stay competitive in the next 3-5 years.

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