Digital and Automated Multimodal Nodes and Corridors

Innovation Area B - Digital and Automated Multimodal Nodes and Corridors

  • Description
    In line with the Digital Transport & Logistics Forum’s (DTLF)
    digitalization strategy, MultiRELOAD transforms intermodal freight nodes into interconnected data platforms to connect actors, physical and digital infrastructure, assets, resources and services on three levels: terminal, node and corridor creating a truly integrated transport and logistics network. These innovations support the ongoing shift to multimodal service optimization, creating door-to-door transparent supply chains by enabling tracking of freight locations and better and more efficient use of resources. Communication between the equipment thereby increases the use of standardized, interoperable ITU’s and IoT related services that are digitally accessible and bookable (WP3).
  • Specific aims
  • Challenges

Related projects

The FOR-FREIGHT project aims to maximize the utilization of multimodal freight transport capacity and reduce the average cost of freight transport through the development of novel solutions and their integration with legacy logistics systems. 
FENIX will develop the first European federated architecture for data sharing serving the European logistics community of shippers, logistics service providers, mobility infrastructure providers, cities, and authorities in order to offer interoperability between any individual existing and future platforms.
Progress towards Federated Logistics through the Integration of TEN-T into A Global Trade Network: PLANET addresses the challenges of assessing the impact of emerging global trade corridors on the TEN-T network and ensuring effective integration of the European to the Global Network.
SEAMLESS aims at developing and adapting missing technology building blocks and key enabling technologies into a fully automated, economically viable, cost-effective, and resilient waterborne freight feeder service for Short Sea Shipping (SSS) and Inland Waterways Transport (IWT). 
 
NOVIMOVE strategy is to “condense” the logistics system by improving container load factors and by reducing waiting times in seaports, by improved river voyage planning and execution, and by facilitating smooth passages through bridges and locks.

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Related videos

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EuRIS portal – introduction
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EuRIS portal – user registration
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CoRISMa General Corridor Management
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CoRISMa Pilot 1: Lock management
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CoRISMa Pilot 2: Berth Occupation
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CoRISMa Pilots 3&4: Traffic Planning
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CoRISMa Pilot 5: Vessel position data exchange
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CoRISMa Pilot 6: Fairway Network data model in practice
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