Rajant Corporation, experts in wireless networks, will reveal how it is enabling the connected port of things at Port Technology’s Container Terminal Automation Conference 2019 (CTAC19) in London.
According to a statement, Rajant has said it will show how its Kinetic Mesh technology is aiding smarter, autonomous yard operations for some of Europe’s largest port operators, including DP World Antwerp.
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Geoff Smith, Rajant EVP of Sales and Marketing, will be joining other industry experts in the ‘M2M, V2V and V2X’ session on Day 1 (May 7) of CTAC19 between 13:50 and 14:50 BST.
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During this session, Smith will explore how operators will benefit from emerging technologies, such as the Internet of Vehicles (IoV), including lowering communication latency and increasing reliability and transmission rates.
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Furthermore, Rajant’s CEO and Co-Founder Robert Schena will be the keynote speaker at the opening evening reception, which will take place at The Gherkin in London on Tuesday, May 7.
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On-the-go connectivity is a fundamental necessity for port operators who are reliant on wireless systems and why a solution can overcome interference is key.
Innovations such as the Kinetic Wireless Mesh with machine learning capabilities can identify and route port communications via the best available option by overcoming any obstruction instantly and autonomously.