Customised Solutions


Speedshield has developed a range of customised solutions for the materials handling industry which integrate with standard products. These solutions enhance specific operational issues within a materials handling fleet.

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Container Handling Solutions

Vehicle Profiling

The vehicle profile consists of many data elements to enable operators to have a comprehensive view of their front line container handling productivity. Specific reporting includes:

  • Key service / ‘Work’ data
  • Ignition ‘on’ hour meter
  • Engine ‘on’ hour meter
  • Engine ‘working’ hour meter
  • Vehicle speed: peak / average (+ distance data)
  • Vehicle ‘working/stationary’ hour meter
  • Vehicle ‘working/moving’ hour meter
  • Vehicle ‘idle/stationary’ hour meter
  • Vehicle laden hour meter
  • Vehicle unladen hour meter
  • Vehicle laden/moving hour meter
  • Vehicle laden/stationary hour meter
  • RPM banding: peak/average
  • Fuel burn: peak/average/totals

Container Profiling

In addition to vehicle profiling, Speedshield offers a custom container profiling solution to provide further insight on container handling productivity. Key container vehicle logs provide an insight into the duration of the vehicle work cycle providing a full working metrics of the container handling fleet. Key metrics includes:

  • Container lift event
    • Twist lock change of state
    • Laden weight > minimum – identify laden container/empty container
    • Spreader position (20’/40’/intermodal leg lift/twin empty
      • Proximity sensors on alme spreader required to identify certain aspects
    • Container weight
  • Twist lock override event
    • Flag when an operator lifts a container with the twist-lock override function enabled
  • Geographic positioning (DGPS)
    • Container lift position
    • Container track
    • Container lowering position

Efficiency Analysis

Speedshield’s custom container handling solution promotes container handling efficiency by providing important metrics to assess operator and vehicle performance.

  • Lift event metrics – lifting by operator per vehicle
  • Lift type metrics – 20’ containers, 40’ containers, intermodal lift, empty, laden
  • Container weight metrics – empty, laden, overloaded
  • Twenty foot equivalent unit (TEU) metric (laden carriers)
    • Vehicle/operator TEU performance
      • 20’ laden container – 1 TEU
      • 40’ laden container – 2 TEU

Real Time Tracking

Speedshield’s custom container handling solution includes real time vehicle tracking and location based data reporting.

  • Individual container ‘movement analysis’
    • Drill down of lift, transit and lower positions
    • Details of weights/configuration
    • Equipment window – details of vehicle and operator
    • Event window – detail any impact events during lift/lower sequence

 

  • Vehicle transit analysis
    • Vehicle movement tracking – by hour/day
    • Overlay multiple vehicle tracks and lift/lower events
    • Rate vehicles via lift/transit ratios
    • Rate vehicles via weight/transit ratios
    • Highlight impact event positions

Fault Reporting

Container handling equipment is an important asset to keep running at peak performance. Speedshield’s custom container handling solution provides real time fault reporting to alert operators and management of required vehicle maintenance.

  • Engine diagnostics – real time fault reporting
  • Transmission controller diagnostics – real time fault reporting
  • Engine monitoring data
    • Detailed trend data (chart over time) to identify performance anomalies or equipment abuse events
      • Coolant temp data
      • Coolant level data
      • Oil pressure data
      • Oil temperature data
      • Transmission temperature data
  • Pre-operational /post-start checklist compliance
    • After start run-time checks, lift locking functional testing etc.
  • Associated fault events
    • Over-temperature events (engine/transmission)
    • Low oil levels
    • Low fuel/fuel starvation events
    • Overload events

Carbon Emission Analysis

Container handling equipment can consume fuel at a rapid rate and emit CO2 in large volumes. Speedshield’s solution ensures management has fuel burn and CO2 emissions information to control their fuel costs and their carbon footprint.

  • Fuel burn data – (vehicle or operator subjective)
    • Engine idle fuel burn
      • Consumption at idle
      • Average/instantaneous
      • CO2 contribution (tonnes CO2)
    • Engine ‘working’ RPM band
      • Consumption
      • Average/instantaneous
      • CO2 contribution (tonnes CO2)
    • CO2 contribution spread
      • CO2 emission per container lift event
      • Co2 emission per twenty foot equivalent unit (TEU)
      • By vehicle
      • By operator