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HTS Brazil awarded an automation project in Super Terminais, Manaus Brazil

HTS Brazil  will ensure greater productivity of operations and cargo traffic  in the port

13.05.2013 – HTS Brazil, an Ergos Group company and branch of the Israeli HTS – a leader in the Optical Character Recognition (OCR) and computer vision systems market, signed a contract with Super Terminais, a terminal of operacional excellence located in the city of Manaus.

The project included  the implementation of OCR systems (Optical Character Recognition) – the most efficient technology for port automation – on the gates for the identification of truck license plates and container numbers as they arrive at the terminal. “Our main goal is to improve the productivity of operations in addition to cargo and vehicle admission, avoiding logistic problems and the huge queues caused by the large volume  of trucks”, says Marcello Di Gregorio, director of Super Terminais.

HTS is currently planning the civil works while the equipment is being imported from Israel for installation in the terminal. According to the director the deadline for the project  completion is September 2013.

“Surveys have been carried out by our technical team, including physical and logistic Network, for reporting the essential services that must be consistently and continuously operational inside a port terminal. We are capable of identifying improvement points that are a result of our international experience for over 20 years and that central for the success of the automation process”, highlights Thiago Albertine, IT Manager from HTS Brazil.

In Brazil, HTS works with the largest players in the market, the port terminal of Tecondi, in the port of Santos (SP), and of Grupo Libra. “In Tecondi, we are responsible for the automation of 22 gates. There are 20 gantries for truck recognition and two for trains monitored in real time without human intervention. For Grupo Libra, the OCR will be implanted in all the cargo and chassis access gates in the units of Santos and Rio de Janeiro”, concludes Maxwell Rodrigues, Vice-President of HTS Brazil.

About HTS Brazil.

HTS is a leading developer and supplier of proprietary optical character recognition (OCR) and computer vision systems for a wide range of applications in the security, automation and management fields for the ports, transportation, safe city and parking markets.

Founded in 1992, the company has its headquarters in Israel and offices in the USA and Europe. With more than 1000 systems implemented in 40 countries.

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