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GE Port Optimizer

Person using Port Information PortalTo keep cargo flowing efficiently through America's number one container port, the Port of Los Angeles and GE Transportation launched the Port Optimizer, a first-of-its-kind information portal designed to digitize maritime shipping data for cargo owners and supply chain stakeholders through secure, channeled access. Port Optimizer enhances supply chain performance through real-time, data-driven insights in a single portal. 

GE's Port Optimizer is a cloud-based solution that enables ports and the supply chain to operate more efficiently and helps cargo owners bring their goods to market in a more predictable and timely manner. Integrating data from across the port ecosystem, combining machine learning and deep domain expertise, it helps the port supply chain monitor and respond to dynamic conditions, align people and resources, and proactively communicate across functions-- enabling maximum port throughput and delivery performance. The result? Higher throughput. Increased asset utilization. Improved delivery performance.

The portal is a unique approach to demonstrate the benefits of digitizing maritime shipping data and making it available to cargo owners and supply chain stakeholders through secure, channeled access. The project enhances supply chain performance by delivering real-time, data-driven insights through a single portal to partners across the supply chain.

Learn more about the Port Optimizer.

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Minds + Machines: Port of Los Angeles' Digital Transformation Journey

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Port of Los Angeles & GE Transportation Agreements Approved by City Council

On September 20, 2017, the Los Angeles City Council approved commercial agreements worth up to $12 million between the Port of Los Angeles and GE Transportation to support the Port Information Portal, a first-of-its kind digital solution to keep cargo flowing efficiently through America’s busiest container port. After the success of the pilot program at one of the Port's container terminals, the new five-year agreements expand the project port-wide, supporting approximately 9 million TEUs (20-foot shipping containers), more than 15,000 truck providers, and thousands of cargo importers.

 

Port of Los Angeles, GE Transportation to Expand Digital Solution Portal

The Port of Los Angeles and GE Transportation are expanding a digital solution portal that will improve efficiency to include all container terminals and shipping lines at the Port.

 

Behind The Digitization Of Shipping Logistics - In The Wild (GE)

“Tested” host Adam Savage and “Innovation Nation” correspondent Alie Ward head to the Port of Los Angeles in San Pedro, CA to take a look at the GE Digital pilot which will use Predix and big data to streamline port processes in the coming months and years. GE works on things that matter. The best people and the best technologies taking on the toughest challenges. Finding solutions in energy, health and home, transportation and finance. Building, powering, moving and curing the world. Not just imagining. Doing. GE works.

 

Port of Los Angeles and GE Transportation Partner to Digitize Shipping

With consumer spending on the rise, U.S. businesses need greater reliability and visibility from the supply chain to maintain their edge in an increasingly competitive marketplace. Given that 90 percent of global trade moves on the ocean, seaports are critical nodes of the supply chain. However, today’s major ports face the growing challenge of serving a new generation of massive container ships and the complexity of handling cargo carried by vessel-sharing alliances -- constantly shifting arrangements between cargo ship operators where they share space on ships as a cost-saving strategy. To keep cargo flowing efficiently through America’s largest container port, the Port of Los Angeles and GE Transportation are partnering to pilot a first-of-its-kind port information portal, a unique approach to demonstrate the benefits of digitizing maritime shipping data and making it available to cargo owners and supply chain operators through secure, channeled access. For more information, visit http://bit.ly/GE-PortofLA

 

GE Transportation's Port Optimizer at work at the Port of Los Angeles

Port Optimizer™ is cloud-based software that enhances supply chain performance and predictability by delivering real time data-driven insights through a single portal to stakeholders across the supply chain. Integrating data from across the port, combining machine learning and deep domain expertise, it helps the supply chain monitor and respond to dynamic conditions, align people and resources, and proactively communicate across functions - enabling maximum port cargo flow and delivery performance. For more information, visit
http://bit.ly/GE-PortofLA

 

 
 
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