Orbita Ingenieria | Automated Systems for Ports and Terminals

Orbita Ingenieria

Port Terminal Automated Access

Orbita Ingenieria is an automation technology and engineering company specialising in process control and artificial vision, with a significant presence in the container port and terminal market, plus other industrial sectors.

Our ports and terminals range of products automates the process of identifying containers and trucks as they pass through key facility access points. By dramatically improving gate, quay and yard performance as well as reducing errors in container inventory management, a rapid return on investment is ensured.

A modular design, plus the use of standard, highest quality components, allows us to make a maximum use of our clients’ existing infrastructure and technology, minimising up-front expenditure.

To learn more about Orbita Ports and Terminals and how it has helped our clients to improve efficiency, security and safety, read on or contact us today at: info@orbitaports.com


GateDMG 3D – Automatic Damage Inspection

Orbita’s Automatic Damage Inspection system detects container damaged areas and reports the information to a Gate Operating System, such as GateOS. The system works unattended, and reports back to the gate clerk with information about the...

Gate ECI 3D – Empty Container Inspection

Orbita Empty Container Inspection is a new solution for the automatic identification of objects inside a container. The product consists of a 3D scanning device mounted in a mechanical positioning system. After opening the doors of the container,...

CraneTPS – Truck Positioning System

Crane Truck Positioning allows terminal trucks to reach the optimal position for a correct loading or unloading process under the spreader, for every lane and any entry direction. Informative displays help the driver stop in the correct spot,...

GateCCR - ISO Container Recognition for Ports

GateCCR uses advanced IP cameras, megapixel sensors and neural network processing for highly accurate reading of container numbers and truck license plates at access points, plus damage control images and videos using Optical Character Recognition....

GateOS - Terminal Gate Operating Software

GateOS gate operating software enables remote management and automated operation of access control points, including robust integration with TOS software. GateOS manages and stores information from the truck admission and exit process and...

GateTRAFFIC - Automated Traffic Management at Port Access Points

GateTRAFFIC combines software and hardware for fully automated traffic management at access points, improving the flow of vehicles and reinforcing gate security measures. Bringing together all of the physical elements and information systems...

GateLPR - Automated License Plate Recognition

GateLPR provides automatic vehicle license plate recognition for access control in parking areas, tolls and restricted zones. GateLPR is a PC-based system that is easily integrated with other software applications and automated systems via...

GateKIOSK - Control cabinet for vehicle access to ports & terminals.

GateKIOSK is a customisable control cabinet with various driver interfaces for efficient administration of facility admission and exit functions. GateKiosk automates log-in operations, speeds processing times and reduces the need for terminal...

CraneCCR - Automated Container Identification for STS Cranes

CraneOCR uses the latest pan, tilt and zoom cameras, plus state-of-the-art control algorithms, to accurately capture container ID numbers, images and other key data during vessel handling operations. By replacing the manual chore of...

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PTI Exclusive: Orbita on Automation

  13 Aug 2018

Francisco J. Grau Cavanillas discusses how the company has adapted to changes in automation in the terminals industry

Friday Focus: Drones Survey Israel’s Future Port

  24 May 2018

Airobotics has been chosen to perform an automated, drone-based survey of Israel’s new Gulf Port in Haifa

Infographic: The UK’s Ports of 2050

  18 May 2018

UK Major Ports Group (UKMPG) members, including DP World UK, Hutchison Ports and Peel Ports, have helped form the UKMPG’s latest report and infographics

Singapore Pursues $1.1 Billion Port Development

  25 Apr 2018

The Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) has signed an agreement for a US$1.1 billion second phase development of Tuas Terminal — set to boost the total port capacity by 21 million TEUs by 2027

Drones Autonomously Manage Warehouse Inventory

  12 Apr 2018

GEODIS, a leading supply chain and logistics provider, and DELTA DRONE, a civilian drone services company, have developed a completely automated solution for inventory management using unmanned drones

PTI Networking Dinner Event Sold Out

  07 Mar 2018

The exclusive networking dinner hosted at Searcys at the Gherkin has now sold out and tickets are no longer available for purchase

Read Exclusive #CTAC2018 Papers

  06 Mar 2018

Port Technology is welcoming you to read and digest three exclusive papers in preparation for Session 2 of the upcoming Container Terminal Automation Conference (#CTAC2018)

PTI Reveals Session Two

  05 Feb 2018

PTI announces that the second session at the upcoming Container Terminal Automation Conference will be the ‘Future of AI & Automation’

PTI Conference £499 Offer Ends Today

  30 Nov 2017

Today is the last chance to get a discounted ticket to Port Technology’s third Container Terminal Automation Conference on Automated Intelligence and AI

Noatum Starts Efficient Truck Access For Bilbao Terminal

  29 Nov 2017

Noatum Container Terminal Bilbao, belonging to the Noatum Ports Group and Port of Bilbao, has inaugurated the new automatic truck access system

The Singularity: Unifying Technology

This paper seeks to address what is accurate in our predictions about the future, and what we can really expect from AI technology right now

Update: Big Data and its Applications

In this paper, Rodrigo Garro, Project Manager of gate automation provider Orbita, defines the term 'Big Data' in the commercial space and explains how port operators can apply Big Data practices to ensure that they can plan-ahead to make their operations more efficient and error-free.

Tech Paper: Big Data - The Revolution

Big Data use is causing a revolution in different organisational as well as industrial sectors. Major sectors such as health care, automotive, retail, manufacturing, supply chains and public sector administration are increasing investment annually into the production and use of massive data. This article seeks to discern how this affects the port and terminal industry.

Ready for Automated Inspection

Automated solutions continue to be designed and developed for more efficient container processing at ports and terminals. Orbita’s automated gate systems have been introduced to make container inspection easier. Since their integration they have enabled lower inspection times, whilst providing the user with helpful registration data to support claim documentation. In addition, they have led to a decline in the number of claims related to...

ÓRBITA Ingeniería S.L.
 
C/Dels Atandadors
7-B · E-46470 Massanassa
Valencia (Spain)

Tel: +34 961 433 995
Fax: +34 961 433 996
 
Twitter: @orbitaports

Delivering products and services for Security, Surveillance and Detection, Terminal Logistics, Customs & Security, Access Control, CCTV, Inspection Systems, License Plate Recognition, RFID, Terminal Logistics, Asset Tracking, Inventory Management, Software, System Integration.


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