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Yard Management System (YMS)

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What is Yard Management System?

Yard Management System (YMS) is a software system for monitoring the movement of trucks and trailers in the backyard of a production facility, warehouse or distribution center. The YMS provides real-time information about the location of trailers on the farm and allows site workers to move trailers from the presentation to the dock to fill the orders efficiently.

YMS is commonly used in conjunction with Warehouse Management systems (WMS) and Transport Management Systems (TMS). It can also be built-in Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) technology for faster and more accurate tracking.

Yard Management in Warehouse Management-

How does the yard management fit in warehouse? YMS is commonly used in conjunction with Warehouse Management systems (WMS) and Transport Management Systems (TMS) and use radio frequency identification (RFID) technology for faster and more precise tracking. YMS Automation Many functions traditionally performed by human workers, making warehouse management easier and more efficient.

Application and Devices Used :

Wireless Access Point

Handheld Devices

Vehicle Mounted Devices

Yard Management Solution


Suraj Informatics is one of the leading companies that has the Yard Management System that can help with maximizing the site in improving efficiency by efficient management of the level of goods closer to the site.

Suraj Informatics provides Radio Frequency Identification systems (RFID), an automated identification process that stores data and processes remote recovery with devices called RFID tags or Tags.

One of the main benefits of RFID systems is the non-contact and non-targeted nature of the technology. Labels can be studied in a variety of substances such as snow, manure, ice, paints, crust dirt, and other visual and ecologically difficult conditions where barcodes or other optical reading technology would be ineffective.