Thursday, November 10th, 2022
The growing interest in the Physical Internet (PI) has led to many local, national and international projects/initiatives. Nevertheless, considering the complexity at many levels throughout the supply chain, interoperable systems and business solutions are necessary to make this innovative concept more tangible. The session will focus on PI network layers, service layers and intranets (local living labs). Four different projects and initiatives will present their work that touch upon different design settings and dimensions of freight flows in order to assess connectivity and interoperability opportunities. In other words, one’s last gateway (where flows end) is the first gateway (where flows start) of another company. The session’s objectives are to:
The session is part of the ALICE liaison framework which facilitates knowledge sharing, advances market uptake of innovation, and boosts impact of R&I projects.
15:00h : Welcome and introduction
15:15h : PI concepts, features and protocols (PLANET project)
15:35h : Data sharing in Physical Internet (PILL project)
15:55h : Disruptive technologies and supply chain design under the Physical Internet paradigm. (Epicenter project)
16:15h : Digital Transport and Logistics Forum: a call for action (DTLF initiative)
16:35h : Q&A and general discussion
17:00h : End
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