Hermes and SPEEDCARGO launch shipping data capture in Singapore
Hermes Logistics Technologies (HLT) has integrated solutions from technology partner SPEEDCARGO into its Cargo Management System (CMS) for a ground operator at Singapore Changi Airport.
“The integration between SPEEDCARGO’s CARGO EYE solution and HLT’s next-generation ecosystem at the point of cargo acceptance will make enhanced digital physical cargo information available in the Hermes CMS,” a statement from HLT reads.
Key benefits include real-time data capture at the gate, improved accuracy through the elimination of manual data entry, and reduced labor costs through capture, transfer and digital freight processing, the statement added.
“Through this collaboration, ground handlers benefit from two industry-leading solutions enabling them to fully realize the benefits of digitization, including 100% coverage, processing speed, error prevention and one-hand savings. -expensive labor,” says Yuval Baruch, Managing Director. Officer, HLT.
CARGO EYE captures all dimensions and images of incoming shipments in real time and seamlessly integrates volumetric data into the Hermes CMS, which uses the data to facilitate cargo accumulation, according to the release.
“The integration of SPEEDCARGO’s solutions with the Hermes CMS will allow Hermes and SpeedCargo customers to more easily integrate their deployments, providing a more digitized environment that brings together information from the physical world with digitized documentation,” said Krishna Kumar, Managing Director Officer, SPEEDCARGO. “This will help them realize value through improved revenue and optimized operations.”
A planned phase two of the Hermes and SPEEDCARGO integration project will allow the CARGO MIND system to work with the Hermes CMS to further optimize cargo accumulation. “CARGO MIND is a high-tech software solution that uses complex algorithms to plan optimal use of cargo space, enabling cargo managers to help airlines move up to 10% more cargo over every flight.”
“We believe that through collaboration like this between technology companies, data sharing and data mining, we can finally benefit from real AI and bring real value to the freight industry. aerial,” says Baruch.