Namely, as announced on December 13,  MSC Spain trucks are powered with Traxens' IoT devices, enabling real-time tracking of movement of vehicles. This will help the Ports' authorities to predict and manage potential traffic and truck arrivals at the gates.

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Moreover, Traxens has placed a gateway in the MSC Terminal to allow enhanced and secure connectivity. While in the meantime, providing access to its data analytics platform, resulting to improved analytics and reporting capabilities of authorities.

According to Traxens, the pilot trial was successful, so the company aims to expand its solution to other terminals within the port of Valencia. The already existent gateway will be used in the future for testing and improving actions related to smart containers that will come through the area.

Finally, Port of Valencia has already started operations for digitalization by joining a blockchain project aiming to minimize traditional shipping documentation and ease transactions in the global supply chain.