Tecsidel signs a MLFF project in Norway

Tecsidel and the toll companies Vegfinans AS (https://en.vegfinans.no/) and Ferde AS (https://ferde.no) signed a MLFF project at the beginning of July. The project will be carried out in Norway and consists of the provision, installation and maintenance of the road equipment of the following highways:

- E6 Kolomoen - Moelv: 6 charging points (Vegfinans AS)

- E18 Rugtvedt - Dørdal: 1 charging point (Vegfinans AS)

- E18 Tvedestrand - Arendal: 2 charging points (Ferde AS)

The free flow electronic toll system (MLFF) developed by Tecsidel, manages the toll automatically without the vehicle having to stop at the collection point, so that it does not affect the vehicle flow and reduces the CO2 footprint.

On this occasion, the MLFF solution will be configured in a single gantry configuration in which DSRC antennas for OBU readings and video cameras will be installed for the detection, enforcement and automatic recognition of license plates.

The contract includes the delivery, implementation, commissioning and maintenance of the collection equipment through SSA-T and SSA-V in the 3 locations. Both solutions will be installed on the highways with 1 and 2 lanes in both directions, whose speed limit will be 110 km / h.

The maintenance period will be 7 years with option to renew between 1 and 13 years.

Vegfinans is a regional toll road company that provides services in the east part of Norway. The parent company, Vegfinans AS, is owned by the seven counties Akershus, Buskerud, Hedmark, Oppland, Telemark, Vestfold and Østfold.

Ferde AS, based in the city of Bergen, is the regional toll road company for the municipalities of Sogn og Fjordane, Hordaland, Rogaland, Vest-Agder and Aust-Agder County.

Tecsidel plans to finish the project at the beginning of 2020, according to the execution schedule.


Tecsidel signs an AGV vehicle project with Industrias Teixidó

Industrias Teixidó, current client of Tecsidel, is a manufacturer in series of high precision machined pieces. The company is located in Riudecols (Tarragona) and has an area of ​​33,000 square meters. This time, the company has signed a project with Tecsidel to implement SEGA WCS for the management and control of its automated warehouses. On this occasion, the system will be supported by two bidirectional AGV vehicles and the SCADA solution.

The AGV vehicles will transport cars between different zones of the factory, avoiding gaps, using elevators and going through private streets that connect the 3 industrial units and that are equipped with barriers and traffic lights for the traffic control.

These state-of-the-art AGVs will be integrated with all the control elements of the installation, apart from the SEGA WCS software to control and the SCADA solution to monitor.
SCADA allows the visualization of the synoptics of an installation, with representation of the status of each subsystem and device. In this way, the management of the AGVs will be user-friendly from the SEGA WCS graphical interface, and the information will be registered to obtain KPIs and statistics.

Tecsidel plans to complete the project in the last quarter of 2018.


Tecsidel will be exhibitor at Expo Logisti-k 2018 in Buenos Aires

Tecsidel Logistics Systems will be exhibitor at Expo Logisti-k 2018, the 13th International Exhibition of Equipment, Technology and Logistics Solutions, Information Flow and Supply Chain. This expected event will take place at La Rural, Buenos Aires (Argentina), from 18th to 21th of September.

The meeting will gather national and international references in logistics and goods movement industry, and Tecsidel Logistics Systems could not miss it. Tecsidel stand will be number 3310 and attend visitors from 2pm to 8pm.

Tecsidel takes this opportunity to introduce its solution for management and control of automatic warehouses, SEGA WCS, on 18th of September at “Arlog” hall from 7 to 7:45pm. SEGA WCS allows to coordinate the subsystems that make up an automatic installation using its own native protocols: miniloads, automatic pallet stores, carousels, sorters, AGVs, etc. This system is responsible for managing the sequence of movements and deals with optimizations, thus avoiding the realization of complex modifications at the ERP / WMS level.

Expo Logisti-k 2018 will count on 230 exhibitors and will be held in a 18,000 square meters area to attend approximately 19,000 visitors; visitors that will be able to enjoy lectures during these 4 days. For more information: http://www.expologisti-k.com.ar/


Tecsidel immersed in the Emuca project

Tecsidel is advancing by leaps and bounds in the Emuca project in Valencia. Emuca, a company founded in Valencia that offers solutions for the sectors of furniture, carpentry, hardware and DIY, signed a SEGA WMS project that contains different solutions for its intralogistics processes:


Next-generation Android RF terminals will be supplied including touch screens scanners and cameras.


It will allow the picking by voice using the most cutting-edge hardware technology of the German market thanks to Tecsidel’s partner, Topsystem.


Tecsidel will design order picking trucks with 20 bucket positions, equipped with an on-board computer, with double-sided pick-to-light and with scales in each position to avoid errors in the number of prepared units. It will also provide an order picking station with 40 bucket positions and bucket weight control.

On this occasion, the order picking machines will be equipped with on-board pallet scales to avoid quantity errors when picking boxes. Furthermore, SEGA WMS will have a mobile system for volumetric data collection and integrated weight.

SEGA WCS, the jump to the automated warehouse

When the company grows in terms of turnover and number of employees, the concern arises as to whether the manual management of the warehouse is sufficiently effective in the current market. It is then when we think about making the great technological leap, the jump to the automatic warehouse. Sometimes, it is advisable to start incorporating automatic elements in our manual warehouse to optimize the management of intralogistics operations gradually. This evolution involves such an important investment that it is convenient to be clear about the benefits it will bring to our business.

The main advantages of the ICT application to warehouse management are the saving of time and personnel expenses, reliability, accuracy, reduction of errors and accidents, and the improvement of productivity. Especially through the mechanization of labor-intensive tasks. In this sense, with a greater degree of warehouse automation, it is easier to locate and track products, as well as inventory control.

SEGA WCS is the Tecsidel system for the management and control of automatic warehouses. It allows to coordinate the subsystems that make up an automatic installation using its own native protocols: miniloads, automatic pallet stores, carousels, sorters, AGVs, etc. This solution is responsible for managing the sequence of movements and deals with optimizations, thus avoiding the realization of complex modifications at the ERP / WMS level.

More advantages:

  • It allows management from a common dashboard with the rest of conventional operations.

  • Workload balancing between conventional and automated operations.

  • Flows of alternative or contingency materials.

  • Functionality integrated in SEGA WMS or as an independent module integrated in other systems.

  • It reduces manpower costs.

Furthermore, this system provides high design flexibility so that the customer can build and monitor a customized solution, freely choosing the best elements of each supplier and optimizing productivity and costs.

To obtain an optimal performance of information and communication technologies, a comprehensive perfect integration is essential. SEGA WCS by Tecsidel has a modular design that allows a fast and efficient integration with the existing technologies of the system. It is important that companies adopt the technologies that conform to the specific strategic directions pursued by the company, because of this Tecsidel offers an exhaustive stage of consulting to its clients.

For this analysis, Tecsidel uses its SEGA SIM solution, the system that allows the simulation of operations on automated elements with real data. Thanks to this tool, it will be possible to verify if the dimensioning is correct or which adjustments need to be done.Furthermore, Tecsidel has a wide experience in this type of projects where the client needs a logistics partner to jump to the automation with the minimum possible investment.