Arvist AI for Airport Cargo and Ports / Artificial Intelligence In Logistics and Supply Chain

Technology for Cargo Operations

With the dawn of the fourth industrial revolution, the potential of Artificial Intelligence In Logistics Industry is becoming increasingly apparent. AI has the power to revolutionize the way cargo is shipped at airports and ports, offering improved efficiency, cost savings, and improved safety. By leveraging AI, airports and ports can reduce the amount of time it takes to process and transport cargo while simultaneously increasing the accuracy of their operations. With the right implementation, AI can help automate and streamline the entire process, from cargo handling, to security screening, to freight management. AI can also help reduce the environmental footprint of cargo operations by providing more accurate predictions of traffic and cargo movements.

Use Case Example: Employee Ergonomics

  • Identifying potential injuries with ergonomic studies without any wearables
  • Giving risk assessment reports to employees with suggestions on how to improve body postures and avoid repeated movement injuries
  • Reduce employee turn-over to hazardous working conditions
  • Give employees a pro-active break or find pro-active replacements before injuries take place

Use Case Example: Forklift Safe Operations

  • Real-time alerts for Forklift Collisions with human in the warehouse
  • Real-time alerts for forklift collisions with cargo/pallets/racks
  • Near-miss or close call studies to identify cargo area hazardous or accident prone areas
  • Forklift utilization rates
  • Unsafe forklift parking including blocked exits, aisles or entryways

Use Case Example: Identifying hazardous zones

  • Vehicles and Cargo equipment stored in hazardous areas
  • Creating ‘no-go’ zones over camera views
  • Identifying unauthorized access by vehicles and trailers

Use Case Example: Blocked docks, exits and aisles

  • Goods or Pallets left in front of fire exits or doors violating safety regulations
  • Forklifts or other vehicles like pallet stackers parked in front of loading docks or other entry points
  • Ensuring walking pathways are free of any objects or vehicles for safe movement of people
  • Identify unknown objects which could be security threat

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