Major Polish freight hauler Balticon S.A. has deployed an AxxonSoft-powered security system to control incoming/outgoing transport at its central warehouse.
Securing railway and port facilities is always difficult, and especially so in the case of intermodal transport. Theft and human-caused disturbances are a serious threat to transport operators, who must combat the threat of disappearance and misallocation of valuable resources. The Port of Yuzhny, working in collaboration with leading Ukrainian integrators, found the ideal solution for this and related security issues by installing a security system powered by the Axxon Intellect PSIM, complemented by the Rail Intellect module for recognition of rail car and tank car registration numbers.
Every year, 4 million vehicles pass through nine tollbooths on Panavial-operated roads. Considering the enormous traffic flows and high risk of fraud, Panavial management decided to install the Axxon Intellect PSIM at the company’s tollbooths. Axxon Intellect is designed for creating sophisticated security systems of any scale and can be customized for site requirements, enabling clients to mix and match only the features needed for a particular project.
It has always been necessary to protect the passengers and cargo transported by the trains of Russian Railways open joint-stock company, but the threat landscape has changed considerably in recent years. While there are many reasons, the first of these is that with the hustle of modern life and appearance of new technologies, including in rail transport, more and more risks require prevention and timely reaction, and the threat of terrorism remains as important as ever. High-tech security systems have long been an area of interest for the Russian rail transport industry.
Kiev is a large city with a population of around 3 million people. Like any metropolis, the regulation of traffic flows in the urban center is an important task. Its solution has been entrusted to a system powered by Intellect.
After approximately ten years of steady growth, the port’s management realized that some key issues were interfering with the port’s profits - namely quality control, cost efficiency, damage and theft prevention, and fire safety.