Articles publiés par Miguel Montesinos, CTO de Prodevelop

SmartPort: Port Information In Your Hand

In recent decades, ports have been going through a continuous transition of becoming more open to their communities. They have evolved from being civil works managers to service providers, and this transformation has led to more and more information being exchanged between the port and its environment. Thus, port authorities began to exchange information electronically with their partners, first using electronic data interchange (EDI), and later implementing port community systems (PCS). With the development of the internet, ports also started to publish information on their websites, first static data and subsequently dynamic information, creating a communication channel with its environment that is firmly consolidated…

Smart Port: A System of Systems Approach

‘Smart’ is a very fashionable term. In recent years people have been talking about Smart in a range of ways: Smart Cities, Smart Grids, Smart Devices, Smart Advisors, and so forth. In the port realm, the Smart Port is becoming a must. Most big and medium-sized ports are engaged on Smart Port projects with different visions. All of them involve sensor data gathering and process automation, many of them focus on IoT (Internet of Things) and big data technologies, some others are focused to business digitalisation. Whatever concept a port has opted for they all face similar problems: data belongs to different sensor owners (terminals, port authorities, truckers, etcetera) with very different collecting technologies, and there is a diverse and large number of potential recipients and beneficiaries of processing, automating and digitising this data…

Update: SmartPort: Information in Your Hands

In recent decades, ports have been going through a continuous transition of becoming more open to their communities. They have evolved from being civil works managers to service providers, and this transformation has led to more and more information being exchanged between the port and its environment. Thus, port authorities began to exchange information electronically with their partners, first using electronic data interchange (EDI), and later implementing port community systems (PCS). With the development of the internet, ports also started to publish information on their websites, first static data and subsequently dynamic information, creating a communication channel with its environment that is firmly consolidated…

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