Powers Secured®System (PSS)
Smart Container Security System
PSS meets government standards such as the U.S. C-TPAT, the EU's AEO and other equivalent security programs and non-government standards such as the World Customs Organization's (WCO) guidelines to secure and facilitate global trade. All these new standards include a mandate of physical control from origin to destination, a genuine chain-of-custody process offered by the PSS.
The Powers' PSS global system begins by recording the identity of the person responsible for monitoring the "stuffing" and securing of the container at the foreign point of origin. The system has the ability to store trade data that will link the specific container to other data contained in the user's logistics software system, detect and report any breach through any portion of the container, provide tracking information, and report its own hijacking, all via worldwide satellite and/or selected cellular communication, all by real-time or near real-time communications.
Container Security Solutions - “Smart Box” Breach detection - Satellite reporting and tracking.
Powers International participates in a private sector pilot on the US / Mexico border to demonstrate technology process supporting the DHS Secure Trade Corridor concept.