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Why managing Logistics needs reliable Location Data

Why managing Logistics needs reliable Location Data

In the context of multi-modal supply chains by using common global standards within the local Pilot Sites, interoperability can be achieved at a European level between the different FENIX Project Pilot Sites.

FENIX, a role model for logistics digitalisation in the East

FENIX, a role model for logistics digitalisation in the East

“Collaboration is an extremely important aspect when it comes to creating an integrated and open-ended transport system, so we are glad to be working closely together with our Russian colleagues to make transport and logistics smarter, greener and more interconnected”.

Help identify future EU standards for logistics digitalisation with this survey

Help identify future EU standards for logistics digitalisation with this survey

The transport sector is striving to become more digital. Various standards to achieve this are already available, however, many of them are not yet interoperable. FENIX Member GS1 has launched a survey to investigate standardisation gaps and future opportunities in multimodal transport networks and digital logistics platforms.

Atos and the Port of Esbjerg start joint decarbonization project for a Carbon Neutral Harbour

Atos and the Port of Esbjerg start joint decarbonization project for a Carbon Neutral Harbour

FENIX member Atos and the Port of Esbjerg, one of the largest harbours in Scandinavia, today announced a joint co-innovation project to create a leading Carbon Neutral Harbour with a dedicated ambitious decarbonization solution for their customers. The two parties were matched up through efforts from Invest in Denmark, which is the national investment promotion agency of Denmark under the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Denmark.

Forecasting the impacts of climate change on inland waterways

Forecasting the impacts of climate change on inland waterways

Inland waterways are vulnerable to climate change due to their dependence on water levels, which can be affected by droughts or flooding. Reduced water levels can disrupt inland navigation to the point that they are completely non-navigable. The paper summarised in this article analysed the impact of climate change on water levels to forecast the economic impact it may have on inland waterways transport.