DHS approves Jax tech firm to improve port security

By Junior SkeppleĀ  Reporter Jacksonville Business Journal idSoftware, an identification software company with offices in Jacksonville, has earned approval from the Department of Homeland Security for its SecureGate Ports technology. The identification software provides ports and port tenants with electronic security that can read and verify a worker's credential, minimizing the chances of unauthorized personnel … Continue reading DHS approves Jax tech firm to improve port security

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JTA launches TryTransit Challenge

  The Jacksonville Transportation Authority is launching their TryTransit Challenge this month. The TryTransit Challenge is an initiative plan to promote an economical and sustainable alternative to driving in Jacksonville.   The ridership campaign is kicking off today with chairman of the JTA board, Isaiah Rumlin, riding the Skyway with Councilman Bill Gulliford, from the … Continue reading JTA launches TryTransit Challenge

Four Trends that Will Shape Supply Chain and Logistics in 2017

by Erik Malin On Jan 24, 2017 1. Growth of the Tech-Enabled Logistics Provider Technology permeates every area of the supply chain. Tracking solutions, sensors and other devices embedded in cargo and vehicles provide a real-time picture of assets (of all types, not simply trucks) in the field. On the backend, transportation management systems (TMSs) … Continue reading Four Trends that Will Shape Supply Chain and Logistics in 2017

JAXPORT CEO talks about challenges facing the port in 2017

JAXPORT CEO Brian Taylor addressed a crowd of about 200 people Thursday at the University of North Florida, recapping 2016 and looking into the future at the port's annual State of the Port Address. Although JAXPORT had a record-setting year in terms of twenty-foot equivalent units (TEU) moved through the port, Taylor said he sees … Continue reading JAXPORT CEO talks about challenges facing the port in 2017