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By ASE-Team

ASE reaches next investment level

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Dear Companists,

“The triumphant advance of digital transformation in logistics is unstoppable. Be it freight transport, transport tracking, security, or invoicing – there are data-based, intelligent solutions with high quality, transparency, and efficiency for all areas of logistical value creation already,” observes Joris D’Incà, partner and logistics expert at Oliver Wyman. “For the industry as a whole this means seriously preparing for disruptive changes.” (Source: www.oliverwyman.com).

                                                

Improving turnover rates through automation

We have observed that more and more operators of combined transport terminals are advancing digitalization. They want to optimize logistical processes and turnover capacities through automated recording of all vehicles and loading units at entry and exit.

Due to increased consumption, the industry relies on fast processing in the value-added chain, as existing infrastructures (road and rail) in congested urban areas are working at full capacity and cannot be expanded at will.

 

Fewer costs, more profit through smart maintenance

Our camera-based OCR gates not only record wagon, container, and vehicle numbers; they also provide documentation of the condition of the vehicles.

This has advantages for both RUs (railway undertakings) and RIMs (railway infrastructure managers):

  • Captured images, video sequences, and associated vehicle data, allow for timely damage detection and analysis, and for necessary maintenance to be planned better.
  • The images also serve as proof of damage. For example, infrastructure managers can use them to prove whether a wagon, vehicle, or loading unit was damaged before entering their premises. Considering the horrendous lump sums for damages that are billed annually to many operators, an OCR gate from ASE pays for itself within a short period of time.

 

ASE wants to reach investment target

At the beginning of February Companisto changed the runtime model (read more here). This is why, together with Companisto, we have decided to extend the campaign until our investment target of €700,000 has been reached. The campaign is then automatically terminated when the target is reached. The additional funds will be used to expand ASE's product portfolio.

 

Best greetings from Bruchsal,

Your ASE team



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