Xiamen Waili Hairun Terminal phase I and II – 2015
Intelligent Tally Project was constructed and put into operation.
Da Chan Bay – 2016
The inauguration of Quayside OCR and Tally System Project.
Zhuhai Intelligent Tally Centre – 7 Sep 2018.
The opening ceremony of Zhuhai Intelligent Tally Centre and the launching ceremony of Intelligent Tally System Project.
Tangshan Port Container Tally Centre – 2018
17 Quay Crane Intelligent Tally Systems were put into operation.
Xiamen Waili Yuan Hai Terminal – 2019
12 Quay Crane Intelligent Tally Systems were put into operation.
Chongqing Waili Port Intelligent Tally Centre – May 2019
4 Quay Crane Intelligent Tally Systems were put into operation.
Zhuhai Internation Container Terminal
14 Bridge Intelligent Tally Systems were put into operation – 2018
An additional 6 Bridge Intelligent Tally Systems were put into operation – 2021
Hong Kong Container Terminal– 2018
Free- flow container line scan damage inspection system at gate portal
Dachan Bay Intelligent project has completed UAT on October 27, it was highly appreciated by partners and end user.
Dachan Bay Intelligent Tally Operation System (Phase I)
Based on previous experiences and lessons learnt from Hairun Port, we provide the total solution which includes container number recognition, license plate number recognition, truck head number recognition, ISO number recognition and images capturing for container damage inspection. It also provides bay position verification for loading and unloading confirmation. This total solution reduces the manpower of tally operation by 75%.
12 quay cranes applying with this solution has been successfully integrated with Navis N4 and CTS which is the mainstream Tally Operation System in China. The accuracy rate of container number is above 98%, and license plate number is above 97%.
VECON-QUAY CRANE （Intelligent Tally）
This system automatically recognizes, records, and verifies the container ID number, ISO code, DG label and bay position of the container during its loading or unloading operations. It also ensures accurate on-site container movement and streamlines operation at quay.
The system powered by our latest VECON container number recognition, container damage inspection and bay position verification technology is more cost-efficient, fast, accurate and reliable than other models. Another key advantage is its comparability with mainstream Host/Terminal Operating System (TOS).
- Support all standard ISO containers
- High accuracy rate (up to 99%)
- Real-time automated recognition, verification without sacrificing normal operations
- Capture images of five panels for container damage inspection
- Real-time bay position verification
- DG label recognition on containers
- Container real-time tracking
- Integration with the PLC and mainstream TOS
- Install cameras on the sill beams and portal beams
- Reduce misplacement
- Minimize outdoor manual labor
- Reduce errors and safety issues
VISPARK-IP-CAM has been EOL since October 2017.
Asia Vision Technology (AVT) is honored to announce VISPARK-CAM N2 as the replacement model of VISPARK-IP-CAM, and it would be available for per-ordering by November 2017.
VISPARK-CAM N2, standing for “VISPARK Camera Next-Generation”, is a new enhanced addition to AVT series of cameras.
Key features include:
Equipped with IR Lens with adjustable focus, covering up to 3 parking lots
Support up to 3 LED indicators (7 colors), independently controlled
Come with 2 versions N2H (Hub-to-hub) & N2P (POE) to allow maximum site-installation flexibility
Neat outlook with IP66 rating
Faster Processing speed
High resolution output
Support video stream
Support motion detection alarm function (can set multiple areas and sensitivity) and sensor alarm function
Capture and record images while monitoring
Automatic recovery with network reconnects function when the network disconnects
Power efficient LED, high brightness low power
AVT to announce replacement for the VISPARK Camera
On January 6 2017, a simple yet meaningful ceremony was held at the new Asia Vision Technology Hong Kong office, to inaugurate the opening of the new office and celebrate the embarking of the new year of 2017. Company chairman Dr. John Lee, Mrs. Lee, general manger Ms Kira Miao, Chief Technology officer Mr. Ken Wong and the staff from Hong Kong and China have all taken part this meaningful event. The company also had the honor of having one of our shareholders, Mr. Joe Lau; fly all the way back from overseas to participate this event.
“Moving into the new office marks another new era of the company”, says Dr. Lee. It has been a miracle that since its establishment in year 1997, AVT has overcome many challenges and survived in the World economy crisis. The company has stood firm until today and has been able to cope with the fast moving technology industry. Now in this new era, though there are countless competitors in the market, AVT remains in the most reputable leader position in the OCR industry. As Dr. Lee said, he has really experienced the presence of God in years with AVT.
“By encountering the challenges in the forthcoming years in addition to the advantages of our OCR technology, we will continue to develop advanced technology, we also need to develop more new applications to meet the need of our customers.” Mr. Wong said .
“To serve the community with our science and technology will be our consistent responsibility”, expresses Mr. Lau.
The ceremony and speeches were followed by a light cocktail party. The officers, directors and staff all get together to enjoy the food, drinks , conversations, expectation sharing, opinions and wishes of the New Year. It was a good occasion for everyone to get to know each other better and also to help improve the cohesion of the team.
We hope the Asian Vision family will work together to strive for successes in this new era of the company.
The Da Chan Bay Quay Side OCR Tally System project progressed successfully as scheduled and the installation of equipment and system for the first of the twelve quay cranes completed and ready to go live in November. AVT Chairman Dr. John Lee, Senior Officials of the Shenzhen Tally Company, the Managing Director of Da Chan Bay Container Terminal officially inaugurated the project.
This project marks another milestone of Asia vision, by providing Quayside OCR & Tally System to help the terminal operator to improve shipside operation efficiency and productivity after the live operation of 8 quay cranes in Xiamen Hairun Container Terminal.
Region: Hong Kong, HKSAR Product: VECON-CON
At any container port or terminal, the number of lorries and containers entering and leaving is phenomenal during peak hours. Containers are loaded on to lorries and manually checked and verified to confirm that the correct container is loaded onto the correct lorry. Although every detail is carefully checked before the lorry leaves the terminal, it is not always possible to ensure that the containers have left on the assigned lorries.
In order to better control and improve efficiency, various ports and custom borders deployed VECON-CON to ensure that highly accurate records are made of the pairs of containers and lorries that entered the terminal together. The system is also used to verify that the correct pairs of containers and lorries leave the terminal together.
At CSX World Terminals in Hong Kong, and at another terminal in China, VECON-CON is used in many applications from providing real-time global tracking and tracing of containers to automating terminal operations, to monitoring the loading and unloading operations at the berths.
The terminals gained many advantages and enhancements as a result of their use of VECON-CON including:
- Enhanced terminal entrance/exit security.
- Increased efficiency and TEU throughput.
- Cost saving on human resources required for repetitive tasks.
- Easy integration with existing infrastructure and systems.
On March 18, 2015, an event was hosted by the China Transportation Technology Network (Trannbs), “2014 China Top Ten Outstanding Enterprise of Electronic Police Industry” award was organized in Beijing Wanshou Hotel.
“Trannbs” has established Intelligent Transportation Industry core database since 2008. “Trannbs” established industry models and selected the final result of annual ranking based on the corporate performance, corporate annual return, number of projects and number of cities of the projects.