Navis In the News

Aug 4, 2017 – Port Strategy

New information highway at Lirquén port

TEKSO, which specialises in the capture and transmission of data, has designed and implemented a solution for the Chilean Port of Lirquén, allowing it to communicate with its clients and workers in real time. The new wireless system, which allows communication on the quayside, also links in with the Navis N4 terminal operating system and with handheld terminals used by the dockers.

Aug 3, 2017 – Port Technology International

ICTSI Reveals All About Australia’s Automated Terminal

International Container Terminal Services’ (ICTSI) has released more details about its fully automated Victoria International Container Terminal (VICT) after the international container handling facility at the Port of Melbourne, Australia, was completed last year. The 35-hectare terminal has been built at a cost of nearly US$ 450 million to host the world's largest Neo-Panamax container ships and support an annual capacity of one million twenty-foot equivalent units (TEU), with an additional 400,000 TEUs still yet to come after a second phase is completed later this year.

Aug 3, 2017 – Portos e Navios

Tecon Rio Grande bate recorde de produtividade

O Tecon Rio Grande, terminal de contêiner do Grupo Wilson Sons, registrou em julho recorde histórico de produtividade em operação portuária. No dia 25 de julho, foram realizados 140 movimentos por hora durante a operação do navio Monte Tamaro, da linha da Costa Leste da América do Norte.

Aug 3, 2017 – Portal Technologistica

Tecon Rio Grande bate recorde de produtividade

O Tecon Rio Grande, terminal de contêiner do Grupo Wilson Sons localizado no Rio Grande do Sul, registrou no último mês um recorde histórico de produtividade. No dia 25 de julho foram realizados 140 movimentos por hora durante a operação do navio Monte Tamaro, da linha da Costa Leste da América do Norte.

Aug 2, 2017 – Grupo Portal Maritimo

Tecon Rio Grande registra novo recorde de produtividade

O Tecon Rio Grande, terminal de contêiner do Grupo Wilson Sons, registrou em julho recorde histórico de produtividade em operação portuária. No dia 25 de julho, foram realizados 140 movimentos por hora durante a operação do navio Monte Tamaro, da linha da Costa Leste da América do Norte.

Beginning in November 2015, the 15-person NTB project team worked jointly with Navis to migrate the SPARCS 3.7 and Express 2.9 systems to N4 piece-by-piece, focusing on the core system first, followed by the surrounding applications and systems, as well as thorough testing throughout each phase to ensure the system would perform optimally during the go-live.

Aug 1, 2017 – Container Management

Navis Sets Sights on 'Enterprise TOS'

Implementing a terminal operating system (TOS) that runs multiple terminals from one central location is the future for port operations, according to Navis. The software developer said that such a system, referred to as enterprise TOS, could save ports money by reducing the need for IT staff, hardware systems, software systems and databases at every terminal, while still providing a tailored approach.

Aug 1, 2017 – Container Management

XVELA Targets Shippers

XVELA plans to integrate shippers into its data sharing platform, which was recently rolled out to terminals and carriers. Currently, carriers and terminal operators share electronic data files such as arrival and departure stowage plans, load lists and plan visualisations in the XVELA platform, which seeks to optimise the efficiency of terminals through better planning and collaboration.

Jul 31, 2017 – Port Technology International

Fleet Software Digitizes Hull Maintenance

Navis has invented a new module called Hull Monitor to track the underwater hull performance of all vessel types and aid fleets in reaching ports on-time while sticking to a specific fuel consumption.

Navis, today announced Hull Monitor, a new module for the fleet performance management software Bluetracker. Hull Monitor tracks the degradation of the hull performance – resulting from self-polishing, fouling or damage – by way of speed loss calculations and visualizations, and correctively accounts for influencing factors such as weather (in accordance with ISO 19030).

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