Transport by car is the fastest growing energy consumer and is responsible for approximately 40 percent of energy consumption by each household. Electric vehicle (EV) transport can change this; it is currently the most efficient way of transport. EVs are both economical and have a much lower CO2 footprint, especially when using green electricity.
Airports today are facing increasing competition, security and safety concerns, government regulation, and passenger expectations. At the same time, they’re under pressure to keep prices low and quality high. Efficient airport operations management has become more and more critical.
Intelligent Cargo gives organizations complete control over the supply chain. It streamlines the information flow across business domains, lowers technical and semantic barriers, and enables business process improvement.
CGI’s MOSAIC is a powerful supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) system that satisfies a full range of requirements for supervisory real-time data acquisition and control.
The Navici Trip Planner uses an intelligent trip planning algorithm to evaluate potential itineraries based on user trip requirements. From their mobile device or PC, users can enter a street address, landmark or street intersection as a departure or destination point. If the Trip Planner finds more than one location for an entry, it automatically provides a list of matches from which to choose.
Pro Logistica is based on a comprehensive set of functions for sales operations, purchasing, warehousing and stock control, as well as for sales reconciliation, VAT reporting, commission calculation and credit card submission. It is designed to meet and exceed mobile retail resource planning requirements.
SIGMA is an award-winning system that provides railroad administrators an extensive geographic overview of tracks and their surroundings.
With Strata Enterprise—our patented decision management solution—organizations can make profitable and efficient decisions throughout the customer life cycle and across the enterprise.
Ships moored at harbor terminals for discharge or loading, trains and trucks to be loaded, last minute schedule changes, differences in weights, and myriad handling and invoice agreements—all of these activities and more demonstrate the complexity of dry bulk cargo handling.