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CyberLogitec Launches True Multi-Purpose TOS
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CyberLogitec Launches True Multi-Purpose TOS

Browser and cloud-based solution for small-to-medium-sized terminals

TLME News Service

CyberLogitec has launched OPUS Terminal M, a true multi-purpose Terminal Operating System (TOS) that handles container and a range of cargo including breakbulk, project and bulk cargo, and RO-RO.

The solution also supports multi-terminal operations for operators that run more than one facility, including container ports, inland container depots and empty depots.

Designed for smaller- to medium-sized terminals, OPUS Terminal M offers the advanced functionality of CyberLogitec's well-established OPUS Terminal solution.

One of its most tech-forward functions is real-time 2D and 3D visualization of full cargo and yard operations, to support better management and decision making as well as ensure high safety standards.

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Jason Hyeon, Managing Director of CyberLogitec Global said: "OPUS Terminal M sets new standards for the industry.

“Besides accessibility and flexibility, it presents the full functionality of bespoke container TOS systems, offering terminals of all sizes the benefits and advanced operational efficiencies that were previously exclusive to mega terminals because of cost considerations."

The browser-based solution enables easy data accessibility across locations in real-time, with key features available on mobile devices such as tablets and phones.

A complete and integrated system, it greatly reduces the need for third-party systems although a flexible interface ensures a high level of inter-operability.

As OPUS Terminal M can be deployed on-premise or on the cloud, customers have the option of deploying via a hosted solution or through a SaaS model, which allows functions to be made available in modules.

It is currently said to be the most advanced multi-purpose TOS that can support multi-terminal and multi-modal operations on the cloud platform.

The solution will also be showcased this week at TOC Europe 2019 at Rotterdam.

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