The Fenix project will be present at the International Transport Innovation Forum taking place in Vilnius, Lithuania, on 20-21 October. The Ministry of Transport and Communications of Lithuania and the Transport Innovation Association are organising the two-day forum around four main pillars: breakthrough innovations, green course, digital transformation and innovation policy.
Industry experts, business leaders, start-ups, public sector representatives and policymakers will address the future of the transport systems at this international event. Transport and logistics stakeholders will share their vision and discuss the latest technological solutions and regulatory issues that will become an essential condition for a competitive business of the future transport system in Europe and beyond. The spotlight will also turn to EU investments and strategic plans as presented by representatives of state institutions and international organizations.
Virginijus Sinkevičius (European Commissioner for Environment, Oceans and Fisheries), Thomas De Boer (Vice-President of Shell Commercial Road Transport), Evalena Falck (Director Strategic Account Management at Scania Group), Ricardo Munoz Nunez (Transportation Lead EMEA at Google Cloud) are among the main speakers of the first day. Other speakers will present about the latest geopolitical changes and their impact of the future of transport and logistics. This will include talks about intermodal solutions, artificial intelligence, new fuels, digital solutions, sustainable urban mobility, and start-ups involvement.
Dr Eusebiu Catana, Senior Manager at ERTICO, will present the FENIX project during a session titled “Digital transformation in transport logistics chains. How much we are ready in the Baltic region?” His presentation will focus on the trends that will affect the transport and logistics sector in the next thirty years by sharing the main goals and expected outcome of the FENIX project. Moreover, the forum will give the opportunity to increase the share of interested stakeholders and to receive feedback and new inputs to further develop the project.