Measures, such as ID cards, biometric systems, and security gates, designed to restrict and manage entry to secure areas within a port or terminal.
An automatic tracking system used on ships and by vessel traffic services for identifying and locating vessels through data exchange with other nearby ships and shore stations.
Security methods using unique physiological characteristics like fingerprints, iris scans, or facial recognition to verify the identity of individuals accessing secure areas.
A voluntary supply chain security program in the United States that aims to strengthen international trade while improving the security of cargo shipments.
Machinery and vehicles used to load, unload, and move containers within port facilities, requiring proper maintenance and security measures