APS supplies rail tracking system

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APS is to provide APM Terminals with a Rail Equipment Tracking system for its Pier 400 facility in Los Angeles. The solution will include Rail OCR Portal and RailTrack which will give the terminal the capacity to automatically identify railcarladen shipping containers and track their exact GPS location as they are parked on the on-dock rail tracks.

Meanwhile, Suria Capital Group, owner of Sabah Ports, has also engaged Kalmar Asia to provide consultancy to another subsidiary, SP Satria, to improve support services to the port through a training and consultancy agreement.

The installation will include two double-stack capable Rail OCR Portals that will capture and identify the railcars (via AEI) and containers (via OCR). Camera arrays interface with RailTrack software that identifies and follows moving objects below;

continually updating the Navis terminal operating system with the location of the train cars.


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