The Port Equipment Manufacturers Association (PEMA) has published key insights into automating container cranes at brownfield sites in its latest information paper which is designed to help port operators improve safety, efficiency and sustainability.
Wartsila and PSA Marine have successfully completed initial sea trials for the 'IntelliTug' project - the first commercial Maritime Autonomous Surface Ship (MASS) pilot to be held in Singapore.
As the financial impact of Covid-19 takes its toll we again turn to the crucial role of automation and autonomous mobility for safer and sustainable future.
The Ports of Auckland (POAL) has announced that its automation plan will be finished by June 2020, with the first phase going live at the end of March.
With automation sweeping through ports across the globe container terminals continue to be on a both towards technical advancement as we move into 2020.
PSA Marine and technology group Wartsila have announced a breakthrough in their joint IntelliTug project after the successful installation of a first-of-its-kind Dynamic Positioning (DP) system onboard tug ‘PSA Polaris’ in the Port of Singapore.