In recent years, there has been a trend of smart ports in the world port industry, the core of which is the construction of “fully automated terminals”. At present, the global supply chain is affected by the epidemic, and the container throughput of some ports has declined. Compared with traditional terminals, automated terminals have the advantages of high input efficiency, fewer personnel, remote operation, and non-contact.
LiDAR is a system that combines laser, GPS and INS technologies to acquire data and generate an accurate DEM (Digital Elevation Model). It adopts LiDAR method and high-frequency image acquisition and processing mechanism. Sampling and scan rates are adjustable and can be customized to specification.
Automation technology in port equipment is a current need. The use of LiDAR in all aspects of port operations will improve efficiency and reduce operating costs in multiple ways.
The proven and reliable technology in the form of LiDAR at ports will:
Assist vehicle navigation in port and ship docking. The LiDAR system is used to adjust the movement of vehicles in port.
Multiple LiDAR sensors mounted on different types of cranes for various tasks in ports will help to efficiently load and unload containers from ships.
The crane can be operated remotely with high accuracy. The efficient operation of cranes create a cascading effect, as faster loading and unloading will shorten the time for ships to dock.
This system monitors and regulates activities occurring at the port and reduces the risks of accidents and collisions.
Coordinated and effective logistics are optimized.
Based on 5G intelligent devices, realizingintelligent vehicle infrastructure cooperation, and building smart ports.
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