Port Botany is the second busiest container port in Australia. In 2012 it was decided that a solution to…
- Fog, snow, rain, sand and dust storms
- Fire, smoke and hot gasses
- Water and spray
- Extreme temperatures
- Strong vibrations
- Impact resistant
- 360° scanning sensor
- High-resolution imaging
- Configurable and integrable
How Does it Work?
Example: Port Botany, Sydney
The sensor is integrated with chosen site equipment using a Software Development Kit. There is an option for on-board processing, which reduces the need for infrastructure and bandwidth requirements.
The system is fully automated, but a web-based user interface allows for remote monitoring.
The featured video shows the sensor in action at Port Botany, Sydney.
Why Choose Navtech Radar's Sensors for Industrial Automation?
- Robust sensor
The robust sensor is ideal for sensing in harsh environments. It provides high-resolution sensing at an industrial level.
- Compact design
The compact design allows for easy shipping and handling. It also means installation on complex equipment is possible.
- Minimal maintenance
No cleaning of the sensors is required. Maintenance at intervals of five years only, making it a cost-effective solution.
- Low cost of ownership
Automated sensors means the demand for manual labour is reduced. Money can also be saved on electricity costs because the sensor can operate in complete darkness.