Paradip Port begins tech modernisation

Paradip Port Authority (PPA) in India is to work with ID Tech to modernise its facilities with the use of new systems to upgrade gate management and optimise cargo movement.

The tracking of inward and outward movement of cargo and people at Paradip Port will be improved through the implementation, operation, and management of an RFID-based Access Control System, along with cloud-based Harbour Entry Permit application software.

This will provide real-time monitoring and recording of cargo movements, maintaining security while enabling efficient management and optimisation of port activities.

The system also includes Harbour Entry Permit Application Software hosted on main and local servers, facilitating the issuance of RFID-based permits at various port gates.

“Our partnership with Paradip Port marks a significant step towards advancing port operations,” said Saurav Khemani, Managing Director of ID Tech Solutions.

“By leveraging our innovative automation solutions, we are simplifying processes and driving efficiency, thereby contributing to the realisation of Port 4.0 objectives.”

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