Crane Ocr- Solutions for marine terminals
During loading and unloading landing operations, SURAJ INFORMATICS‘ Crane OCR automatically recognizes the details of containers and equipment.
The STS Crane takes care of everything with our fully integrated Crane OCR System, which reads and registers the ISO code of containers automatically. The Crane OCR System connects with the Crane Program Logic Control (PLC) system to activate and process data. The crane control system interfaces with the advanced image seizure and identification system, which is placed directly on the crane.
One of the most notable advantages of Crane Management Service or OCR installation on cranes is a large reduction in the number of personnel working below the cranes, which is one of the most dangerous occupations in the terminal. Examiners or colleagues who are responsible for registering and unloading container numbers may be placed in a secure working environment from afar. Only exceptions require human action, and you can do remote exception management on the building’s security if necessary because Crane OCR automatically connects containers with a high degree of accuracy.
Crane OCR’s Advantages
During vessel loading and discharge operations, SURAJ INFORMATICS’ Crane OCR catches every container movement automatically. The powerful image capture and identification technology is mounted directly on the crane and features a user-friendly interface for real-time management of any exceptions. By making transaction and container details available in real-time, terminal operators gain the following benefits:
Boosted Transaction Accuracy and Velocity: By removing data input and/or task confirmations, transaction accuracy and velocity are increased, resulting in higher throughput and improved container inventory accuracy. Operators have the opportunity to make data entry mistakes and cause errors.
SURAJ INFORMATICS has installed the Crane OCR System on hundreds of cranes around the world, covering a wide range of crane manufacturers, disperser configurations, and modes of operation.