Anti-collision emphasis

_Port Strategy Oct 2023_56 PAGES

The growth of automation in ports means that port operators require an increasing high-level of sensing technologies to prevent collisions. But manually driven equipment also needs anti-collision measures due to the ever present risk of human error. As well as reducing loss of life, injuries and protecting against equipment damage, anti-collision solutions can cut costs and boost efficiency.

As the below coverage highlights, there is a growing number of state-of-the-art technologies for collision prevention that can greatly improve the safe use of equipment safety and play an influential role in maximising efficiency.

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