Tuesday, August 16th, 2022
We are moving ever-closer to a super-connected, 5G-enabled world for individuals and objects: 5G and more in general the research and innovation ecosystem are building blocks of our digital economy and society in the next decade, a key asset for Europe to compete in the Global market.
Freight transport, mobility, logistics are among the verticals boosted by the deployment impact of the R&I outcomes, supporting the transition to a green and digital model: an efficient, integrated, harmonized and sustainable freight transportation and logistics system enables the EU policy objectives towards decarbonization, emissions and congestion reduction and represents a possible “game-changer” for the creation of market opportunities for new emerging actors.
In this Collaborative Innovation Day organized by 5G LOGINNOV project and ALICE we got exposure to main 5G applications for logistics processes as well as an overview of the main developments in the field by companies and leading edge European Research and Innovation projects.
9:00 – 9:15 Welcome, introduction and objectives of the day
9:15 – 10:15 How 5G is revolutionizing the logistics sector in Europe: views on the future
Eusebiu Catana, ERTICO – ITS Europe
10:15 – 11:15 H2020 Projects at the forefront of 5G developments: driving technology innovation in transport & logistics
Giannis Kanellopoulos, Maritime and Logistics sub-team leader, ISENSE Group of ICCS
11:15 – 11:30 Wrap up and closing remarks
11:30 – 12:00 Break & Videos from Open Call Winners
12:00 – 13:00 Parallel Workshops
Stefano Musso, Guido Perboli, Michela Apruzzese, Giulia Renzi, ICOOR
The main objective of the workshop is to receive feedbacks from stakeholders, policymakers, Europe-wide industry associations and other experts about the business models and business solutions designed in the context of T4.3 (Boosting economic opportunities) of 5G-LOGINNOV project. Specifically, the business models developed within the 5GLOGINNOV project will be presented and discussed in order to verify their application potentials in the market. Moreover, comments and suggestions from the workshop participants will provide preliminary guidelines as input for T4.4 (Lessons learned and recommendation for stakeholders).
Pavlos Basaras , Project Manager at ISENSE, ICCS
The objective of this workshop is to dive deeper into the technical work carried out during the 5G-LOGINNOV project in Athens Living Lab, the developed use cases and relevant technology enablers. Particularly, we focus on the compute continuum paradigm exploiting various Management and Network Orchestration (MANO) tools (e.g., Kubernetes, Openstack and Opensource MANO) for deploying 5G&AI-enabled services and service components within the Port of Piraeus. By exploiting Vodafone’s private 5G non-stand alone (NSA) network within the Port premises, we will showcase the potential impact of 5G technology in the Logisticts domain and the Port Industry.