Wednesday, September 10, 2014

Brazil: Port Opts for Indra's Traffic Control System

According to The Latin American Tribune, the southern Brazilian port of Vitoria will pay $10.1 million for Indra’s smart traffic control system, which will improve maritime safety and operational efficiency, the Spanish company reports.

Under the 38-month contract signed by Companhia Docas do Espirito Santo, the Spain-based multinational will provide technology, system maintenance and training for the port staff.

COMMENT: Indra’s Vessel Traffic Management Information System will supply environmental data to cities around Vitoria, capital of Espirito Santo state.

The system has been successfully implemented at ports in Chile, Panamá, Hong Kong, Britain, Portugal, Latvia, Romania, Poland and Spain, Indra said.