Digital transformation in ports, terminals, and shipyards

Maximise the benefit of innovation with an end-to-end approach
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Digital transformation in ports, terminals and shipyards

From automating operations to sharing the knowledge of key personnel, digitalisation has a thousand ways to help your port or terminal save time and cost, and reduce manual error. But without a co-ordinated, end-to-end approach, digital innovation can become overly complicated. Our digital maritime specialists can help you every step of the way.

As your maritime facility becomes more digital, it needn’t become more complex. With a cohesive approach, you can make your technology a strategic asset and avoid mismatched and siloed systems disrupting your day-to-day operations.

At Royal HaskoningDHV, we combine expertise in data science and digitalisation with our world-leading maritime experience to find realistic, well-aligned solutions for your terminal, port, or shipyard facility.

 

Optimise your digital landscape, or find new solutions

Wherever you are in your journey, we’re here to act as your guide. For instance, we can support you with data and modelling to optimise your facility as you build or upgrade – or explore how you could add use-cases to your existing solutions with minimal risk.

Plus, if you’re looking for modelling software to understand your climate risk, Smart Mooring solutions to optimise your berthing, or predictive maintenance tools to maximise the lifetime of your assets, we have unique technology that can help.

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Using the right digital solutions in the right way can help optimise maritime facility operations, reduce costs, and boost productivity. But to get those benefits, you need a joined-up approach.

Mark WoottonLeading professional Smart Ports and Deputy director
Mark Wootton - Director for Terminal automation

MarkWootton

Director for Terminal automation