Energy

BrainPort Analytics

This involves an applied research project, whose aim is to investigate, develop and demonstrate the physical parameters, technologies and algorithms necessary to increase the efficiency of port processes that have a significant physical footprint, enriching them with new data obtained from the daily port reality through the development of a SmartCity Platform applied to Port Processes.

Increase the governance of large port processes that involve a large number of actors and systems by combining them with direct observation of physical reality and obtaining key indicators of macro-processes.

BrainPort Analytics is a SmartCity platform applied to ports with:

  • Real-time sensoring
  • Comprehensive management of the Gibraltar Straits Crossing Operation undertaken by millions of Moroccans, KPIs
  • System management of RoRo traffic systems. KPIs
  • Generation of complex events between different instances of the port
  • Integration with APBA systems

Analysis and decision making with global port KPIs (QlikView).

Location
Spain

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