THE IMPACT OF EMERGING INFORMATION COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY IN THE PORT: INCREASING UTILITIES RENDERING TO SHARED VERDICTS
Biplab Santra, Prof. (Dr.) Kamal Kumar Bardhan
Research Scholar, Techno India University
Today, transportation quantities on roadways have increased to the point where alternate forms of transportation are required. Sea Routes Transportation (SRT) is one option that has the potential to assist relieve traffic congestion on roadways. Most SRT systems employ vessels in which cargo is rolled on and off by a ramp with relatively limited capacity, often less than 500 TEU, however with increased cargo flow, it is unclear if such alternatives will be economical. The dilemma for ports participating in SRT to face this new massive change is to make suitable expenditures and analysis software. Transition is not just a current trend, as well as a structured process. That modification could not be avoided by excluding ports. A transformation project has begun in order to modify their operating structure as well as the services they provide. Artificial intelligence and data-driven services expand the landscape of services far beyond conventional models now in use. The purpose of this study is to examine and assess the new potential for Telecommunications/Information and Communication Technology (ICT) companies at port facilities. These prospects are a first step in transforming ports for the long term. The researchâ€™s important component is the application of technology science approaches in the area of strategy and planning connected to the construction of components systems (e.g., interrelations among ships and materiel) with managing equipment selections.
Keywords: Information and Communication Technology (ICT), Port, Sea Routes Transportation (SRT)
Journal Name :
EPRA International Journal of Economics, Business and Management Studies (EBMS)
Published on : 2022-01-04