skip to Main Content
SEAPort Solutions Will Carry Out The First Implementation Of A PortCDM System In Latin America

SEAPort Solutions will carry out the first implementation of a PortCDM system in Latin America

Source: Valenciaport
The Spanish start-up SEAPort Solutions has signed an collaboration agreement with the Valenciaport Foundation to provide technical assistance in the implementation of the Port Collaborative Decision Making (PortCDM) system in ports managed by the Brazilian public company Portos do Paraná – December 17, 2020 The ports of Paranaguá and Antonina will be the first in Latin America to use a pioneering technological solution in the
port sector for the exchange of data, automated and in real time, between the main actors involved in the scale-up processes of ships. The sites managed, by Portos do Paraná, have registered great growth in recent years, reaching 53,382 million tons of cargo handled this December, the highest volume in its 85-year history, which places them as reference ports in South America. During the development of technical assistance, SEAPort Solutions will participate, as a technology provider, in the adaptation and implementation of its platform for data exchange, PAULA (Platform for AUtomatically Linking Agents). Through the platform, a pilot test will be carried out in said port to optimize processes and operations related to scales. The functionalities that will be deployed for the development of the tests in a real operational environment are based on the solutions of the maritime traffic management system (known by its acronym in English, STM), and specifically on the services and standards defined as part of technological solutions for ports within the concept of PortCDM (IALA-S211). The project is in line with the efforts of Portos do Paraná to improve the competitiveness of its port community and efficiently manage its processes to achieve high occupancy and productivity rates. Real-time knowledge of the port congestion levels, waiting times and anchoring times will facilitate the planning and scheduling of operations, considerably reducing downtime, operational costs and the environmental impact of the processes involved. rigged. The technical collaboration is part of a larger project between the Valenciaport Foundation and the public company Portos de Paraná to modernize the Brazilian ports of Paranaguá and Antonina through the simultaneous development of four technical assistance in the areas of technology, innovation and training. Source: Fundación Valenciaport (Valenciaport Foundation)

To continue reading please subscribe or log in.

PortSEurope offers an English-language daily coverage from over 200 ports in the Mediterranean, Black and Caspian Seas as well as a fully indexed and easily searchable database with more than 15,000 articles.

Subscribe now
Back To Top