Pusan Newport Company has upgraded to a new version of CyberLogitec’s terminal operating system (TOS), OPUS Terminal, to enable advanced features with an added module.
The advanced module feature was developed by CyberLogitec based on years of experience and research in TOS and aims to improve operational efficiency when planning terminal yard operations and container loading/unloading.
It reduces unnecessary work during terminal operation and helps to enhance the performance of work planning required for operation.
Combined with this module, the new version of OPUS terminal provides the efficiency from suggestions to prioritising work, weights and solutions, to exceptions through systemisation of information necessary for operation and management.
It has a standardised system for linking with internal/external systems which helps to provide a stable and security-enhanced interface environment with any system.
Jason Hyeon, CEO of Cyber Logitec, said: “We will strengthen the product performance that combines the future-orientated Internet of Things (IoT) and big data to analyse the mass information generated at the terminal and help PNC maintain its position as a world-leading terminal.
“We also have plans to strengthen the relationship with PNC in raising awareness of the solution, as well as focus on impacting the domestic and overseas markets with the enhanced product.”
PNC was first introduced to OPUS Terminal in 2010 and through this TOS upgrade it has been operating stably.