Contactless self-registration at the kiosk terminal.
A delivery starts in VISIT with the option of pre-registration. The delivery is already registered in the system at the time of registration, and the supplier already receives important information about the local access by email. If the driver is on site, he or she confirms the pre-registration by registering. This can be done contactlessly at the kiosk terminal. Registration is currently possible in more than 20 languages, so there is no need to worry about communication problems. The badge is issued automatically via a card dispenser, and when leaving the grounds, the badge is automatically retracted at an INTUS motorised retraction reader, comparable to the exit from a multi-storey car park.
Information about loading spaces that have become free.
The driver searches for his unloading space. If this is a challenge during peak times, the delivery traffic management supports by notifying about loading zones that have become free. The call-up of the respective vehicle can be made either via a pager, via SMS or via a display board. In this way, rush hour times can also be equalised. After the delivery has been made, the transport is acknowledged in the delivery traffic management system and is thus considered complete.
Safety instruction with learning success test.
Safety instruction is obligatory for many factory premises, e.g. to point out precautionary measures when handling hazardous substances. Holding these safety briefings individually is time-consuming. PCS Delivery Traffic Management offers a software-based safety briefing. The instruction can either be given in advance via the Internet or completed on site at the self-service terminal. A subsequent learning success check concludes the safety instruction.
The safety instruction is then valid for the period of time stored in the system and only needs to be refreshed afterwards.
Sanctions list check before entering the factory premises.
Unknown suppliers pose a security risk. A sanctions list check ensures that only companies and persons who have been classified as unobjectionable according to the EU Security Council Regulation enter the premises. With this additional information, PCS Delivery Traffic Management creates another prerequisite for suppliers to enter the premises.