Technical Papers - Supply Chain

New Ports: From Confrontation to Collaboration?

  PTI Edition 84 - Delivering Performance

Our coasts and estuaries are amongst the most productive habitats for biodiversity in the world, and their value is recognised through legal designations, including under the EU Habitats and Birds Directives. They are also international shipping routes and perform a wider range of ecosystem functions including flood mitigation.

  Automation and Optimisation, Container Weighing, Mobility, Port Focus, Port Planning, Design & Construction, Supply Chain


How the Chain will Change: Digital Standards in Maritime Infrastructure

  PTI Edition 84 - Delivering Performance

Operators of vessel traffic service (VTS) systems are increasingly finding they have the ability to predict challenging traffic situations. This is made possible when ships share their voyage plans with a VTS centre via common digital infrastructure that has been specially designed for maritime actors.

  Automation and Optimisation, Finance, Global Terminal Operators, Port Focus, Supply Chain


Enabling the Connected Port of Things

  PTI Edition 84 - Delivering Performance

As global trade increases at an exponential rate, ports are in turn thriving. However, some aspects of ports are stuck in the past, with most container ports still operating gigantic container yards manually.

  Automation and Optimisation, Finance, Supply Chain, The Last Word


Singapore’s Mega Terminals: Analyzing Battery-Powered Vehicles

  PTI Edition 84 - Delivering Performance

The growing increase of fossil fuel consumption and greenhouse gas emissions around the world are causing concern among people and governments.

  Automation and Optimisation, Finance, Port Focus, Supply Chain, The Last Word, Waterfront and Marina


Pervasive, Industrial, Wireless: Evolving Terminal Operations

  PTI Edition 84 - Delivering Performance

Private cellular wireless services are the key to unlocking the digital transformation of terminal operations. Today, the full-scale automation of berth and yard operations, including the deployment of automated stacking cranes (ASC) and automated horizontal transport, such as straddle carriers, as well as the use of drones, is being held back by the inadequacies of existing wireless systems.

  Automation and Optimisation, Container Weighing, Port & Maritime Training, Port Focus, Supply Chain


A Call from the Inuit: Clean-Up Arctic Shipping

  PTI Edition 84 - Delivering Performance

Lisa Qiluqqi Koperqualuk focuses on the arctic shipping argument from the perspective of Inuit communities who could be massively affected

  Environment, Health & Safety, Supply Chain


A Path Towards Zero Emission Maritime Shipping

  PTI Edition 84 - Delivering Performance

In this paper, Senior Researcher Bryan Comer assesses the moves being made by the shipping industry to become more sustainable

  Dangerous and Hazardous Materials, Environment, Health & Safety, Supply Chain



Terminal Automation: the Good, the Bad and the Future

  PTI Edition 84 - Delivering Performance

Rich Ceci analyses the benefits of automation and looks at what the future might bring

  Automation and Optimisation, Finance, Port Focus, Supply Chain




The Mission to be the Google of Shipping: The Blue Ocean of Contopia

  PTI Edition 83 - 5G, AI, ML & Exponential Tech

Loginno has made the headlines recently after striking a partner deal with Navis as the Israeli start-up strives to become the 'Google of shipping'

  Supply Chain


Building Smart Ports: Through Many Small Steps

  PTI Edition 80 - Ports of the Future

Smart ports is a topical theme in the maritime industry as ports, terminals, shipping and the logistics chain seek to understand and take advantages of technology to improve the productivity of all aspects of their businesses.

  Automation and Optimisation, Environment, Health & Safety, Port & Maritime Training, Port Focus, Supply Chain


Safety in Automation: Development of the Brake Thruster

  PTI Edition 79 - Smart Ports & Supply Chains

In principle, everything that is moved also needs to be slowed down. Safety has always been the single most important factor in this regard.

  Automation and Optimisation, Finance, Mobility, Port Focus, Supply Chain


Digital Disruption in Australia and the Global and Logistic Industry

  PTI Edition 78 - Linking the Supply Chain

Michael Bourari, CEO of 1-Stop Connections, discusses digital disruption throughout the global logistics industry. Bourari highlights the three key factors that decision making when importing and exporting goods relies on; Business Process Automation, Operational Engagement, and Port Community Insights.

  Automation and Optimisation, Supply Chain, Warehousing and Logistics