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A European FEderated Network
of Information eXchange in LogistiX

To support the transition to seamless data sharing

 

36 months

FENIX is a 3 year long Connecting Europe Facility project aiming to support the development, validation and deployment of the digital information systems along the EU transport Core Network.

11 pilot sites

The 11 pilot sites will roll out in 9 European countries and further developed the work conducted under Living Labs in AEOLIX and SELIS projects by structuring the actors and services according to corridors.

43 beneficiaries

Representing the logistics community of shippers, logistics service providers, mobility infrastructure providers, cities, and authorities.

9 TEN-T corridors

The Trans-European Transport Network (TEN-T) is a planned network of roads, railways, airports and water infrastructure in the European Union.

About FENIX

FENIX will develop the first European federated architecture for data sharing serving the European logistics community of shippers, logistics service providers, mobility infrastructure providers, cities, and authorities in order to offer interoperability between any individual existing and future platforms.

The idea of FENIX comes from the work and recommendations of the European Commission’s Digital Transport and Logistic Forum (DTLF) to create a viable and valid federative network of platforms as enabler for Business to Administration (B2A) and Business to Business (B2B) data exchange and sharing by transport and logistics operators.

Objectives

  • overcome today’s fragmentation and lack of connectivity around ICT-based systems for logistics decision making
  • interconnect the different digital platforms and harmonise the services they offer
  • ensure interoperability and common protocols for supporting data sharing services
  • facilitate horizontal collaboration within the LSC and act as a technology neutral open-solution
  • enable data sharing in the form of digital corridor information systems serving the European logistics community

Our Partners

We are 43 beneficiaries, 2 member states and 23 implementation bodies supporting the development, validation and deployment of the digital information systems along the EU transport Core Network.