Zebra Extends Navis Partnership

(Press Release)
Sunday, June 17, 2012

Zebra Technologies has renewed its partnership with Navis to be the exclusive provider of marine terminal automation and real-time location solutions (RTLS) to the maritime industry in the EMEA and Americas regions.

Zebra Technologies’ Marine Solutions include the WhereNet solution portfolio which enables marine terminal operators, port community operators and 3PL’s to streamline their inbound and outbound logistics.  Zebra also provides additional levels of automation into Marine Terminal Operating Systems (TOS) helping to automate terminal asset management by capturing real-time data to locate, track and manage the critical equipment and assets used in marine terminal processes. These include inventory management, job promotion and container handoff.
The WhereNet real time locating system (RTLS) provides the longest range RTLS capabilities and performance in complex and hazardous environments.  Its 1,750 meters long tag to sensor range allows real-time visibility and status information on assets with a cost-effective RTLS network infrastructure.
Zebra’s real-time location solutions for marine terminal operators deliver data and information critical to making optimal decisions for maritime job selection and dispatch.  Zebra is a Navis Star Technology partner, which brings together Zebra’s best-of-breed RTLS technology and Navis’ Terminal Operating Solutions (TOS) to offer integrated gate and yard process automation for terminal operations.
 
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