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TagMaster North America, the leader in intelligent identification solutions, partnered with smartTecs to implement a long-range RFID solution to optimize and automate gate operations at port terminals. This will allow trucks to be moved into and out of their facilities faster and more efficiently.
- Seattle-Bellevue-Everett, WA (1888PressRelease) October 09, 2021 – TagMaster North America (TMNA), the leading provider of intelligent identification solutions partnered with smart-Tecs to deploy a long-range RFID solution complementing their GOS and OCR systems to automate and optimize gate operations at port terminals to move trucks transporting containers in and out of their facilities with greater speed and efficiency. CHALLENGE
Port and terminal operations require truck throughput to allow containers to move in and off the docks quickly and efficiently. Automation and technology are used to increase truck traffic. One of the many gate processes smartTecs OCR solution automates, is data collection and verification. OCR technology extracts information from images of trucks approaching or exiting terminals. This information is automatically recorded to speed up gate entry and departure procedures. OCR is an important feature in gate automation. However, OCR can only recognize images that are not obscured by weather conditions. The data collection is limited to only one truck per day, as they move through the field view of a camera.
TMNA brings more than 25 years of experience in the vehicle identification market, with a proven product line of long-range RFID and License Plate Recognition (LPR) technologies. smart-Tecs brings over 20 years of experience providing gate and terminal automation solutions to the marine transportation industry.
The TMNA LR series microwave frequency RFID readers used in this project were designed to perform in harsh marine environments and provide unparalleled accuracy, range, performance, and performance. The highly secure MarkTag Classic RFID tags can be mounted on the truck windshields, while the RFID readers can be mounted at OCR portals or kiosks. 2. 45GHz long-range RFID technology offers highly defined and directional reads. This allows for immediate tracking and access without the need to contact truck drivers. It also provides crucial OCR and WIM data matching for kiosk lanes. TMNAs intelligent RFID solution provides near 100% accuracy that helps ports and terminals make data driven decisions in conjunction with the smart-Tecs GOS and OCR systems.
This combination solution further facilitates automation, increasing productivity, efficiency, and optimizing truck throughput. Unlike OCR cameras, weather conditions do not affect images. Multiple tags can be read simultaneously using the TMNA long range RFID solution. As RFID tags can capture more data, additional gate procedures can be automated and simplified. The marine transportation industry is dependent on truck throughput. TagMaster NA and smartTecs integrated GOS, OCR, and RFID solutions enhance gate operations to maximize truck throughput. This allows containers to move into and out of terminals quickly, safely, and efficiently.
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