Real-Time Monitoring

The ADAMftd platform development is intended to provide customs agencies with real-time shipment monitoring capabilities. This would allow for quicker response times and better risk management. By leveraging the power of data analytics and advanced technology, the platform is intended to provide customs agencies with the following benefits:

  • Real-time surveillance: Enable customs agencies to identify and respond to potential risks, such as shipments containing counterfeit goods, restricted goods, or those originating from sanctioned entities, as they occur. This proactive strategy can substantially increase the effectiveness and efficiency of customs operations.
  • Improved Decision-Making: Customs agencies can make better-informed decisions regarding resource allocation, focusing on high-risk shipments, and modifying their strategies based on emerging trends and patterns with access to real-time data.
  • Streamlining Operations: By identifying bottlenecks, reducing wait periods, and optimizing inspection processes, real-time monitoring could assist customs agencies in streamlining their operations. This would ultimately increase operational efficiency and reduce costs.
  • Improved Collaboration: The ability to share real-time data with other customs agencies and stakeholders, such as port authorities, shipping companies, and regulatory bodies, can foster increased collaboration and coordination throughout the supply chain. This would then encourage more efficient enforcement and compliance efforts.
  • Greater Transparency: Real-time monitoring can increase transparency in the supply chain, allowing customs agencies to provide better supervision and ensuring businesses comply with trade regulations and restrictions.


As the ADAMftd platform continues to take shape, the objective is to equip customs agencies with the tools and resources they require to improve their operations, safeguard national interests, and facilitate legitimate trade. Real-time monitoring is a key component of this vision, which promises to revolutionize how customs agencies manage and respond to risks in the global supply chain.