Infrastructure investments will help ports improve safety, efficiency, and sustainability.

Our infrastructure service includes communication infrastructure to facilitate communication between vehicles, infrastructure, and control centres. We also use vehicle-to-infrastructure (V2I), sensor deployment, an energy management system, an operations and monitoring centre, dedicated maintenance and repair facilities, secure and scalable data storage, data analytics tools and algorithms, and test and validation facilities for autonomous vehicle technologies, amongst many more key features.

We are able to assess the technical, operational, financial, and regulatory feasibility of implementing autonomous connected vehicles in the proposed environment.
Project Governance includes planning, requirements management monitoring, reporting, stakeholder management, and effective communication plans.

What We Can Offer You

Communication Infrastructure

Establish a reliable and high-speed network infrastructure to facilitate communication between autonomous vehicles, infrastructure elements, and control centres. This can involve a combination of wired and wireless technologies like Wi-Fi, cellular networks, or dedicated short-range communication (DSRC) systems.

Data Management and Analytics Infrastructure

Implement a secure and scalable data storage infrastructure to handle the data generated by autonomous vehicles and sensors. This includes cloud storage solutions, data centres, and distributed computing capabilities. Deploy data tools and algorithms to extract insights. This enables the port to optimise operations, improve safety, and make data-driven decisions.

Vehicle-to-Infrastructure (V2I) Communication 

Deploy roadside units or communication devices enabling communication between autonomous vehicles and the other infrastructure. This allows vehicles to receive real-time information. Deployment of sensors to monitor traffic, detect obstacles, and provide environmental information.

Charging and Energy Infrastructure

Set up charging infrastructure to support a vehicles’ power needs. This may involve electric vehicle charging stations or other charging systems specific to the vehicle. Develop an energy management system to monitor and optimise energy consumption, storage, and distribution within the port infrastructure.

Vehicle Support Infrastructure

Establish maintenance and repair facilities equipped to handle autonomous vehicle requirements. This includes specialised equipment, trained technicians, and software tools for diagnostics and updates.

Regulatory and Safety Infrastructure

Establish infrastructure to ensure compliance with regulatory requirements for autonomous vehicle operations, including safety standards, data privacy, and cybersecurity. Designate specific areas within the port for testing autonomous vehicles, including controlled environments or test tracks.