21 FEDeRATED LivingLabs - what are they about?

FEDeRATED has published its scoping report on 21 LIvingLabs/Pilots. See list hereunder. Click for report here

LivingLab name

Main emphasis

Business case

NUMBER 1

CaaS Asia gateway for perishables

Visibility of transport data on driver, vehicle, load and location for Norwegian and Finnish Customs

Automated border crossing based on needed transparency for customs

LEAD, COUNTRIES, TRANSPORT MODE

LEAD: Vediafi Ltd

COUNTRIES INVOLVED:  Finland, Norway, Asia, Russia

TRANSPORT MODES: Road-Air

PARTICIPANTS

Finair Cargo, Customs (Finland and Norway), IT & VR service provider
Fish farm, LSP(s), Forwarding agent, Customs (Finland and Norway)

NUMBER 2

CaaS Technology LivingLab on North Sea – Baltic corridor

The use of Internet of Thiongs devices for tracking vehicles and goods in multimodal cross-border logistics

End-to-end supply chain reliability by allowing involved parties to manage operations based on real time data

Optimise production scheduling based on supply chain visibility

LEAD, COUNTRIES, TRANSPORT MODE

LEAD: Vediafi Ltd

COUNTRIES INVOLVED: Finland, Estonia, Latvia, Russia

TRANSPORT MODES: Road-Sea

PARTICIPANTS

Finnair Cargo, GoSwift, Eckerö line, Port of Tallin, Ericsson, Telia
Logistics companies, goods suppliers and maritime operators, multimodal operators, port authorities

NUMBER 3 

CaaS brick & mortar to home delivery via Scandinavia-Mediterranean corridor

Transparency and trackability of logistics supply chains in customer home deliveries

Seamless integration of consignor to freight forwarder and end customer enabled by digital applications used by involved parties

CO2 emissions tracking and monitoring that generates a reliable benchmark of the service in terms of sustainability

LEAD, COUNTRIES, TRANSPORT MODE

LEAD: Vediafi Ltd

COUNTRIES INVOLVED: Finland, Sweden and central Europe

TRANSPORT MODES: Road-Sea-(Air)

PARTICIPANTS

GLS
T
he end-users or consumers, the shops and shopkeepers, as well as LSPs and national and international customs, smart ports

NUMBER 4

A data-sharing case for SME, last-mile delivery actors

Extended data space for enhanced decision-making on what and when to move goods for subcontracted shippers

Enhanced business and operational efficiency for subcontracted shippers in last-mile transport

LEAD, COUNTRIES, TRANSPORT MODE

LEAD: Swedish Transport Administration & Dalama University

COUNTRY INVOLVED: Sweden

TRANSPORT MODES: Road  possibly rail

PARTICIPANTS

JALE AB; DHL; ICA; IKEA; Spendrups; Electro Helios; Orkla; regional, subcontracted carriers of last-mile

NUMBER 5

RFID in Rail including intermodal

RFID and information management in a global environment based on an administrative standard for data exchange

Information sharing amongst stakeholders

Reduce administrative time/work in terminals, harbours, shunting yards

Track and trace railway vehicles all over Europe

LEAD, COUNTRIES, TRANSPORT MODE

LEAD: Swedish Transport Administration

COUNTRIES INVOLVED: Sweden, Germany, Denmark, France, Italy

TRANSPORT MODES: Rail, reloading terminals, customer sidings

PARTICIPANTS

LearningWell, Real Rail, ScandFibre Logistics, DB Netze, Bane DK, SNCF Réseau, Rete Ferroviaria Italiana (RFI)

Rail infrastructure owners, railway operators and logistic companies

TX logistic, Scand Fibre Logistics, SBB Netz, ÖBB Netz, Network Rail, DB Cargo, MercItalia

NUMBER 6

Rail-road Terminal CDM

Information sharing along the intermodal transport chain for collaborative decision-making at inter-modal rail-road terminals

Improve coordination capacity at intermodal terminals

Increase efficiency and transparency amongst customers and operators of intermodal transport

LEAD, COUNTRIES, TRANSPORT MODE

LEAD: Swedish Transport Administration & CLOSER

COUNTRY INVOLVED:Sweden

TRANSPORT MODES: Rail and road

PARTICIPANTS

Region of Jönköping, Bring Line, Transab, Södra Munksjön Utveckling AB
Ikea, Green Cargo, Jysk, Maersk

NUMBER 7

Göta Älv

Seamless data flow management where information systems within the organisations provide services and support to each other. Technical applications, such as API, and protocols provide for system interconnectivity. Addressing the EU transport policy and digital single market policy promoting seamless services and data flows for European public administrations, where the lack of interoperability is a major obstacle to progression.

Traffic management for trains based on an improved knowledge of passing times of ships (incl open rail crossing bridges).

Simple low-cost system integration between existing systems in the Swedish Maritime Administration and the Swedish Transport Administration respectively

LEAD, COUNTRIES, TRANSPORT MODE

LEAD: Swedish Maritime Administration

COUNTRY INVOLVED:Sweden

TRANSPORT MODES: Sea, road, inland navigation, and rail

PARTICIPANTS

Swedish Transport Administration
Train control centre and its operators, maritime pilots with its support services.

NUMBER 8

Multimoal Information Sharing III

New means of sharing and retrieving vital logistics data for and from supply chain actors

To increase the performance of the supply-chain and minimise tied equity in export cargo

Lessen implementation costs for connecting parties to a digital infrastructure

LEAD, COUNTRIES, TRANSPORT MODE

LEAD: Swedish Transport Administration & CLOSER

COUNTRIES INVOLVED: Sweden, Germany, Netherlands, Belgium

TRANSPORT MODES: Road and Sea  (feeder, and deepsea container traffic)

PARTICIPANTS

RISE, Ericsson, Sandvik Material Technology. Geodis, Swedish Maritime Administration, more actors will be identified and be invited to this LivingLab

NUMBER 9

Transparent Transport: City of Helsingborg

Coordination of city transport enabled by digital collaboration and data sharing

Monitoring compliance in public procurement contracts

Enhanced safety, enhanced cost efficiency, and lowered emissions by reduction of the amount and frequency of deliveries

LEAD, COUNTRIES, TRANSPORT MODE

LEAD: Swedish Transport Administration

COUNTRY INVOLVED:Sweden

TRANSPORT MODES: Road truck and possibly cargobike

PARTICIPANTS

RISE
Sub-contractors to the city (food, furniture, work cloths, office supplies), The suppliers’ carriers, IT provider(s) not yet identified. The procurement authority will be invited to participate.

NUMBER 10

Hermes Fleet Performance Monitoring System LivingLab

Digital data sharing throughout the supply chain enabling supply chain and ships visibility (of Grimaldi operated ships)

Capitalising on shared data for enhanced use of sea transport, reduced administrative burden by means of digital technologies, enhanced planning horizons for involved transport operators, and provision of carbon footprint data

LEAD, COUNTRY, TRANSPORT MODE

LEAD: Grimaldi Euromed

COUNTRIES INVOLVED: Italy, Belgium, Germany, Finland, United States of America, Far East

TRANSPORT MODES: Sea

PARTICIPANTS

Car manufacturer, Terminals, Ports and all stakeholders involved in the commercial chain, software houses, service provider companies, Different customers will participate to the LivingLab e.g. FCA Group (car manufacturer), FEDERICO II University of Naples, Italian Naval Register (RINA)

NUMBER 11

Internet of Logistics

Easy and transparent exchange of data in the digital ecosystem of air cargo stakeholders

Improving end-to-end supply chain process efficiency and maximise capacity utilisation by enhanced supply chain visibility and transparency

LEAD, COUNTRIES, TRANSPORT MODE

LEAD: IATA

COUNTRIES INVOLVED: Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Italy, Netherlands, Spain, Sweden,  Switzerland, Australia, Canada, Qatar, SAR Hong Kong, Singapore, United States of America, United Kingdom

TRANSPORT MODES: Mainly Air bit Road

PARTICIPANTS

Ericsson, Qatar Airways,

Lufthansa Airlines, Cathay Pacific, Cargo Community System UK, Cargo Community Network, Air Canada

Shipper, Freight Forwarder, Ground Handling Agent, Airport, Airline, Customs authority, Trucking company, Cargo Community Systems

NUMBER 12

Terminal Track and Trace System

Flow of information about wagons and loading units travelling on the railway network

Reduce waste of resources and enhance overall terminal efficiency

LEAD, COUNTRIES, TRANSPORT MODE

LEAD: Zailog scart

COUNTRIES INVOLVED: Italy, Austria, Germany

TRANSPORT MODES: Rail and Road

PARTICIPANTS

Terminali Italia, Quadrante Servizi.
The Multimodal Transport Operators, Railway Undertakings, Rental wagon and loading units’ companies, Forwarders

NUMBER 13

BetTerFlow

Digital data sharing for predictions and progress of the movement of freight within and between transport hubs

Enhanced (integrated) performance in the shift of transport modes, enabled by enhanced planning capabilities

LEAD, COUNTRIES, TRANSPORT MODE

LEAD: Swedish Transport Administration, RISE Kvarken Ports

COUNTRIES INVOLVED: Sweden, Finland

TRANSPORT MODES: Rail, Road and Sea (mainly ferry),

PARTICIPANTS

INAB, Kvarkenhamnar AB (Umeå och Vaasa), Swedish Transport Administration, NLC Ferry, Wasaline, Umeå Hamn AB, Hillskär future terminal operator, Oyj Ahola Transport Abp,

Hillskär future terminal operator, more actors

NUMBER 14

Sustainable Inter-Modal Chains (SIMC)

Integration of transport information across the end-to-end supply chain channelled to the control centre of the transport buyer

Establish foundations for calculating CO2 emission along the supply chain, enhanced planning capabilities, and reduced administrative burden

LEAD, COUNTRIES, TRANSPORT MODE

LEAD: Ahola Transport Abp /Attracs, RISE, Kvarken Ports

COUNTRIES INVOLVED: Sweden, Finland

TRANSPORT MODES: Road , Sea, small portion of Rail

PARTICIPANTS

INAB, Kvarkenhamnar AB (Umeå och Vasa), Swedish Transport Administration, NLC Ferry, Wasaline, Oyj
A client of Ahola

NUMBER 15

Optimised Port Operations by Cargo Owner Integration

Integrated operations with cargo owners and the sharing of data on planned and conducted operations

Reduced cost per handled unit within the port

LEAD, COUNTRIES, TRANSPORT MODE

LEAD: SMA, RISE, Umeå Hamn AB

COUNTRIES INVOLVED: Sweden, Africa (Tunisia, Egypt)

TRANSPORT MODES: Road, Sea and Rail

PARTICIPANTS

INAB, Kvarken ports, NLC Ferry, AF Shipping Wasaline, Swedish Transport Administration, SCA Stevedoring Umeå, Norra Skog, Norlat
Shipping Ltd AS, Umeå Hamn AB

Haulage company which will be identified.

NUMBER 16 

D4YOU (Digitalisation for you)

Automatic data sharing among the actors in the supply chain

Empowered decision-making by obtaining a clear view of available capacity to manage shipments and intermodal shifts

LEAD, COUNTRIES, TRANSPORT MODE

LEAD: Codognotto

COUNTRY INVOLVED: Italy

TRANSPORT MODES: Road and Rail (Intermodal)

PARTICIPANTS

Electrolux, IKEA, UNILEVE
BSH Hausgeräte GmbH (or BSH Home Appliances)

NUMBER 17

EU-Gate e-CMR/eFTI Access Point

Digital integration of internal and external data following shipments and transport. Network access points enable data to be shared between logistics operators and with authorities

Reduced administrative burden for commercial, transport and compliance reporting to control authorities as well as to transport and logistics service providers

LEAD, COUNTRIES, TRANSPORT MODE

LEAD: 51BizLuxemburg

COUNTRIES INVOLVED: Luxembourg, Belgium, Netherlands, Germany

Road, Air transport

PARTICIPANTS

Benelux authorities involved in e-CMR/eFTI project
EUROMOVERS removal and forwarding consortium
ABONA-ERP (IT division of Hegelmann Group)
IATA OneRecord
Estonia Logistics Center of Excellence (to be confirmed)
Authorities and enforcement bodies from Belgium, Luxembourg and The Netherlands,
DIGI-Transit e-CMR Consortium
e-CMR IT Service Providers involved in the Benelux and Baltic e-CMR Projects
Global data standardisation organisations (UN/CEFACT Transport and Logistics Expert Group, GS1)

NUMBER 18

smarTSGate

Interoperability with interconnected systems

Optimised access to the terminal and enhanced interoperability among interconnected systems, aiming

To achieve a global and accessible supply chain visibility as well as creating new business opportunities for logistic operators and technology providers

LEAD, COUNTRIES, TRANSPORT MODE

LEAD: Terminal San Giorgio

COUNTRY INVOLVED: Italy

TRANSPORT MODES: Road (trailers) and Sea

PARTICIPANTS

Luigi Cozza Trasporti (LCT), Grimaldi Lines, Circle Group
Maritime terminal operators, truck/ maritime carriers & consulting/ICT firms

NUMBER 19

BENELUX transport data sharing facility

Common e-CMR access point for authorities (inspectors and law enforcement agencies) for diverse datasets on particular means of transport

Optimisation of enforcement processes of authorities

Improving effectiveness of emergency operations in case of accidents

Optimisation of logistic operations

LEAD, COUNTRIES, TRANSPORT MODE

LEAD: NL Ministry of Infrastructure & Water Management

COUNTRIES INVOLVED: Netherlands, Belgium, Luxembourg

TRANSPORT MODES: Road , inland shipping and rail

PARTICIPANTS

TNO, RDW, Rijkswaterstaat (RWS), evofenedex, TLN

Authorities and enforcement bodies from Belgium, Luxembourg and The Netherlands, The Dutch Association of Logistics and Transport IT Suppliers, SUTC, iSHARE, Digi-Transit consortium, Logistic service providers currently using eCMR with their internal eCMR solution,

NUMBER 20

eGovernment Logistics Data Sharing Infrastructure

Public authorities piggy back on (improved) supply chain visibility to improve their processes and contribute to seamless goods flows

Enhance supply chain visibility

Efficient and effective business process data sharing between ports and public administrations
Facilitaing a fair VAT processing, focussed inspections, rapid handling of accidents/incidents, etc.,
Contributing to a safe, fair, secure, and sustainable society;
Increasing resilience of (critical) supply chains (medical supplies, medicines, vaccines, etc.)

LEAD, COUNTRIES, TRANSPORT MODE

LEAD: NL Ministry of Infrastructure & Water Management

COUNTRIES INVOLVED: Netherlands, Singapore and possibly other EU Member States  and third other countries

TRANSPORT MODES: Sea, Air, and Road (potentially rail and inland waterways)

PARTICIPANTS

Dutch Customs, Dutch ministry of Infrastructure and Water Management, Schiphol Airport, Dutch Seaports (i.e. Rotterdam, Amsterdam), Portbase, Cargonaut, TNO, regional authorities, carriers and suppliers/wholesalers

DCA, Portbase and Schiphol Airport construct the basic infrastructure. It will be demonstrated in use cases addressing resilience in (critical) supply chains like medical supplies, vaccines, and medicines. For the latter hospitals/care institutions, (air cargo) carriers (via IATA and AirCargo Netherlands (ACN)), and Suppliers/importers/wholesalers (e.g. 3M and Mediq).

NUMBER 21

SIMPLE

An integrated and collaborative space for the exchange of data between the different nodes and modes of the transport chain

Real time traceability of both goods and documents and the data linked to their transport and the different means involved. Operational, tactical and strategic planning based on the demand for multimodal transport system involved.

LEAD, COUNTRIES, TRANSPORT MODE

LEAD: PdE, MITMA, Adif

COUNTRY INVOLVED: Spain

TRANSPORT MODES: Rail, Sea and Road

PARTICIPANTS

Railways infrastructure manager, National Port Authority and Ministry of Transport. Logistic, rail and maritime operators.Carriers.Shippers. Forwarders,Shipping and Cargo Agents. Most probably some Railways Terminal, some Ports and National Customs office

 

 

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