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COSCO Shipping Ports Valencia and DSP to build digital twin

CSP Valencia to build digital twin
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COSCO Shipping Ports (CSP) Valencia Terminal will cooperate with DSP Data and System Planning (DSP) and Talumis to build a digital twin of the terminal and optimise processes.

CSP Spain is a leading maritime terminals operator in Spain with interest in Bilbao and Valencia, Madrid and Zaragoza. CSP Iberian Valencia Terminal is the leading terminal in the Mediterranean thanks to its strategic position, the proximity to the Suez-Gibraltar axis and for being the Maritime gate of Spain.

Ivan Deosdad, Director of Projects CSP Spain and Ignacio Huet, IT Director CSP Spain: “With this partnership, we see an excellent opportunity to remain at the forefront on a technological level.

“Thanks to new technologies, digital twins will revolutionize the way container terminals make decisions, offering operational efficiency, managing high volumes of data and avoiding dangerous situations, which will lead to safer and more efficient decision making, increasing the overall performance of the terminal”.

As a general strategy, DSP and Talumis finalised an important partnership agreement to develop and market together innovative vertical software solutions in the area of simulation, emulation, predictive analysis and artificial intelligence for the Container Terminal industry to support operators in their daily operational decisions.

Giambattista Ravano, Chairman of DSP, said, “Another big step ahead for the DSP Group, the agreement with Talumis is extremely important for our industry because it establishes an alliance that strengthens our ability to develop advanced technology in the sector and the endorsement of CSP Valencia tells us that our vision is going in the right direction.”

Marco Fehmer, CEO of DSP and Chairman of DSP LAB, also commented, “We have the will to grow and to represent a beacon for technological innovation in container terminal management.

“Digitalization is a tool, not the result. We aim to provide concrete solutions to daily problems and enable terminals of any size and operations mode with the latest technology.”

Steven Hamoen, CEO of Talumis said, “It [the partnership] aligns perfectly with our knowledge and knowhow and builds upon our planning, scheduling and simulation applications that are already being used worldwide. This cooperation creates a perfect synergy, enabling the generation of operational tools for optimization in the terminal business.”

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