Port Terminal Automation
Professor Eduardo Mario Dias
Electrical Engineering of the Polytechnic School
University of Sao Paulo
Abstract: This article presents the definition of a model for
application of mobile technology in Ports. The work has been developed in
the context of the use of mobile devices for automation of the processes of
loading and logistics of highway transportation from the port to the
importer. The term mobile technology is employed to define equipment,
communication means and software engineering that permit to extend the
computing support beyond the existing infra-structure limits.
Brief Biography of the Speaker:
Eduardo Mario Dias was born in 1951, graduated in Electrical Engineer in
1974 at the Escola Politecnica of the University of Sao Paulo. At the same
University he received the Master and PhD in 1976 and 1978, respectively. He
has been full professor since 1994.
Professor of Escola Politecnica of the University of Sao Paulo since 1975.
He is active in theDepartmente Council and he is vice head of the Electrical
Energy and Automation Engineering Department of the Escola Politecnica of
the University of Sao Paulo. He has coordinated contracts with a lot of
public companies and has developed researches with companies that promote
researches. He is currently the coordinator of the Technical Comitee of ITS
(Intelligent Transport System) of the AEA (Brazilian Assossiation of