AEGIS and the project ISTS arranged a workshop on Harmonized Ship-Shore Exchange of Administrative and Operational Data

On the 8th of March 2022, the AEGIS project together with the project Intelligent Ship Transport Systems held a workshop in Oslo/Teams with the topic Harmonized Ship-Shore Exchange of Administrative and Operational Data. 20 persons attended the meeting physically while another 33 persons joined via Teams. The 14 presenters coming from Norway, Sweden, Finland and…

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Upcoming workshop on Harmonized Ship-Shore Exchange of Administrative and Operational Data, Tuesday March 8th, Oslo/Teams

Focus:The purpose of the workshop is to get together to start the collaboration regarding technical solutions for machine-to-machine communication for ship-shore data exchange. This workshop will have a technical focus especially related to standardization (what to use, what is needed, gaps), but synchronization between systems and safety and security issues are also relevant. Outcome:The expected…

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AEGIS, MOSES and ALICE arranged a webinar on cargo unit standardisation

The EU projects AEGIS and MOSES joined forces together with ALICE and successfully arranged an online webinar on cargo unit standardisation in inland waterways transport and short-sea shipping on November 8th. About 70 people participated in the event! The questions investigated in this workshop were:    What types (LoLo/RoRo/other, eg pallets) of loading units are…

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Upcoming webinar on cargo unit standardisation

Towards more automation and autonomy in inland navigation and short-sea logistics; use this opportunity to take part in a 2-hour digital webinar to broaden your knowledge on how ALICE and some important European and EU funded initiatives contribute to meet the overall goals of the Transport White paper. In this webinar we will discuss the…

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AEGIS’ very first public report just published

… written and produced by Port of Aalborg and Port of Vordingborg, Denmark. The title is Potential transfer from road transport to short-sea-shipping in Denmark and examines the potential gross volume that can be shifted from road transport to short-sea-shipping in Denmark, categorized by different goods types. The report can also be found under the…

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AEGIS, AUTOSHIP and De Vlaamse Waterweg arranged an IWT webinar on automation and autonomy

The EU projects AUTOSHIP and AEGIS joined forces together with De Vlaamse Waterweg and successfully arranged an online webinar on automation and autonomy in inland navigation logistics on April 20th. About 150 people participated in the event! The questions investigated in this workshop were: How will automation and autonomy contribute to efficient and sustainable inland…

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Upcoming webinar on inland navigation logistics

Use this opportunity to take part in a 2-hour digital webinar: Towards more automation and autonomy in inland navigation logistics, to broaden your knowledge on how some important European and EU funded initiatives contribute to meet the overall goals of the Transport White paper. Date and time: Tuesday, April 20th 10:00 to 12:00 CET The…

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AEGIS arranged a joint stakeholder workshop with AUTOSHIP and MOSES

The EU projects AUTOSHIP, MOSES and AEGIS joined forces and successfully arranged an online workshop on automation and autonomy in short sea logistics on January 28th. About 100 people registered and participated in the event! The questions investigated in this workshop were: How will automation and autonomy contribute to efficient and sustainable short sea cargo…

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