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Clusters 2.0 Newsletter #4

Clusters 2.0 Newsletter #4

NEWSLETTER #4                 Our fourth CLUSTERS 2.0 Newsletter is ready for you! You will find: • An interview with Alice Benini from Consorzio IB Innovation (Interporto Bologna SpA Group) about CluCS; • The latest news about the first NMLU prototype; • The publication of the month by Milos Milenković from Zaragoza Logistics Center; • An overview of our past and next events, including DocksTheFuture 2019, the third EHLIG meeting and the IPIC conference and much more! [READ THE NEWSLETTER…

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Communication 2.0

Clusters 2.0 is excited to announce its brand-new LinkedIn page and YouTube channel! In its strive to reach for the widest audience possible for its results, Clusters 2.0 started two new different communication channels. The LinkedIn page was needed to spread the project results beyond the boundaries of the LinkedIn group, which allows a lively conversation only among its members. Thus, we aim at fostering the visibility of Clusters 2.0 among all LinkedIn users. Additionally, the new Youtube channel will not only enlarge the project’s audience by…

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Third EHLIG meeting held in Amsterdam

The third European High Level Industry Group (EHLIG) meeting was hosted by the consortium partner Argusi in Amsterdam on 10th April. Similarly to its previous editions, the event gathered together logistics experts and high-level executives to discuss and give feedback on the results and innovation brought by Clusters 2.0. Alice Benini from Consorzio IB Innovation presented Clusters Community System (CluCS), while Ton Bertens (Vaneck Group), Marcel Huschebeck (PTV) and Frans Cruijssen (ArugusI) presented other solutions developed in the project. Want to know more…

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Clusters 2.0 at DocksTheFuture 2019

Clusters 2.0 was presented on 4th April at the DocksTheFuture mid-term conference in Trieste, Italy. The conference was embedded within the Horizon 2020 programme and was aiming at presenting the latest developments in the designing of the Port of the Future. Consorzio IB Innovation, one of the consortium members, explained how the innovative solutions of Clusters 2.0 can contribute towards this goal. Clusters 2.0 is a Horizon2020 funded project that will advance more sustainable transport and logistics through transport planning…

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Clusters 2.0 4th plenary meeting held at Piraeus Container Terminal

The project partner Piraeus Container Terminal hosted Clusters 2.0 4th plenary meeting on 5th 6th February 2019 in the unique location provided by Port of Piraeus, one of the biggest in the Mediterranean sea and in Europe as a whole. The consortium presented the overall status of the project, focusing on the results reached so far under each Living Lab. For each of them, the status was presented, followed by a discussion regarding the strategy to adopt henceforward. After discussing the…

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Clusters 2.0 reviewed by the European Commission

The latest developments of Clusers 2.0 have been reviewed by the European Commission during a meeting with all consotium members hosted by AirCargo Belgium. The reviewed has assessed the progress of Clusters 2.0 towards its second half objectives. The impact of its results and solutions has also been acknowledged. The aim of receiving feedback and recommendations is to better plan the road ahead in order to ensure a successful execution of the project and to maximise its contribution to EU research and innovation programmes. During the…

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Clusters 2.0 project reaches midterm progress with remarkable results

The project shows its results to date and the challenges to be faced in the future. Five solutions have been presented with effective outcomes to the three Living Labs to validate the project achievements into a real business context. Clusters 2.0 consortium members and partners are proud to present the first results towards a more sustainable goods transport system in Europe. The project has reached the midterm and outlined three Living Labs in order to define the business model: Proximity…

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Clusters 2.0 at Innovation and Networking Days 2018

The Innovation and Networking Days 2018 took place on 21th – 22 th November in Torino (Italy) hosted by LINKS Foundation and co-organized by ISMB and the Fraunhofer Institute for Applied Information Technology (FIT). This event allows innovators from industry, research and public administrations to meet, share, network and discuss different facets of a broad topic that, in this edition was How Information and Communication Technologies can support environmental sustainability of production, products and services. Vicent Pastor, R&D&I Funding Director at Enide, company part…

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Clusters 2.0 Newsletter #3

Our third CLUSTERS 2.0 Newsletter is ready for you! It includes: • An interview with Hilde Havermans from Nallian: What is the CargoStream Solution, the results already achieved and challenges ahead? • A description of Slot Booking App and the Massification Project • A report of the events where we participate, including the 4th International Conference on Railway Technology, second EHLIG meeting and much more!

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Collaboration methodology within logistics clusters document made public

Initial version of Cluster Community System Tool document has been published. The current document aims to explain and to particularize how a collaborative methodology within logistics clusters could be built towards the introduction of the innovative concept of the “massification” project. The present document is considered as the outcome of ‘Demand driven roles and local governance for smart specialized logistics clusters’ activity, and it has to be considered as a living document. Read the Collaboration methodology within logistics clusters document

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