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Connecting Ports With 5G

The fifth generation of wireless communications is coming. Known as 5G it is set to reshape our relationship with wireless connectivity. While 5G continues to make headlines for average consumers, from an industry perspective ports and terminals are now exploring how 5G can help enhance operations.

With a rapidly growing Internet of Things (IoT), autonomous equipment and other exponential technologies 5G will surely have an impact on operational prosperity at ports.

The use of 5G will allow ports to be more connected than ever and can find use cases across a number of terminals within the ports from RoRo to cruise.

This edition of the eJournal explores 5G and wireless connectivity within the port.

We also explore automation and other exponential technologies that are vital for any modern port going forward.

Papers in this edition:


Le Havre: A Smart Port 5G Project

Smart Ports and Smart Cities go hand in hand, and one way that the two are being brought together is through 5G and wireless connectivity.

Enabling the Green Digital Twin

The rapid growth of 5G means a new paradigm for telecommunications and a quantum leap forward compared with previous inter-generation evolutions, typically focused on the bandwidth increase side.

42 Kuenz ASCs in Full Operation at TM2 in Morocco

In 2016, Kuenz stood out amongst strong international competition and was awarded a contract with APM Terminals, a subsidiary of Maersk Group, to deliver 42 automated stacking cranes (ASCs) to a new automated terminal in the Port of Tanger, Morocco.



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