The ambition of the thematic group is to define research and innovation paths that need to be addressed to achieve real-time (re)configurable supply chains in (global) supply chain networks with available and affordable ICT solutions for all types of companies and participants. In essence, this is a requirement to enable a Physical Internet.
As part of the renewed ALICE strategy and the updating of thematic groups scopes end 2017, this thematic group is now integrating topics related to safety and security of supply chains, previously adressed in thematic group 1. Main topics adressed in this working group are: Low intrusive security technologies, supply chain resilience, advanced supply chain risk management, system based supervision, coordinated border management, visibility of end-to-end supply chains, seamless data interoperability, ownership & governance, intelligent objects, smart devices, IoT & ITS, Big Data & Data Analitycs, Artificial Intelligence, Blockchain applications to logistics, dematerialization, autonomous logistics operations, transhipment technology and handling of logistics units.
The current focus for the Thematic Group is currently on Systems & Technologies for Interconnected Logistics through the following programmes.
5G for logistics applications
Data sharing, DTLF and eFTI
Physical Internet (PI) aims at facilitating structural collaboration across logistics and supply chain actors achieving more efficient transport and logistics and supporting its decarbonization in an affordable way. Physical Internet proposes to build open and universal standard processes and protocols Read more
The Award Selection Committee has chosen the winners of the fourth ALICE Logistics Innovation Award, dedicated to Logistic Networks. The Selection Committee has decided to give awards to three categories: Gold award; Silver award; two Bronze awards. The Winners The Read more
The next Transport Research Arena (TRA) 2024 will take place in Dublin! The theme will be Transport Transitions: “Advancing Sustainable and Inclusive Mobility”. We invite all stakeholders working in transport and mobility research to send their contribution to the next Read more
Why this webinar 5G can be marketed as the next generation of mobile technology. Fundamental changes in the way 5G networks are built and work make it an extremely powerful digital transformation tool. On the one hand, better speed, zero Read more
Why this webinar The Digital Twin group has been set up to create a community for promoting and exchanging experiences on digital twins in logistics. This is to encourage a proactive culture of logistics process management, organize events to showcase model Read more
EU-funded research and innovation projects in the transport sector have played an important role in advancing innovations, accelerating digitalisation of the sector, reducing emissions and pollution, improving efficiency, and strengthening competitiveness. Although dissemination and exploitation have always been an important Read more
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Download the Roadmap In response to the Paris Agreement, more and more governments, associations, and businesses are setting bold climate targets. As set out in the European Green Deal, the ambition for Europe is to be the first climate-neutral continent Read more
Download the document In response to the Paris Agreement, more and more governments, associations and businesses are setting bold climate targets. The European Commission presented the European Green Deal yesterday with the ambition for Europe to be the first Read more