Top trends series: upping the game in mobility and logistics

Intelligent Transport

Other discussions were based on logistics and platooning. Speakers delved into ERTICO’s AEOLIXproject which leverages digital technologies to improve efficiency and to contribute to transport and logistics digitalisation of goods supply chains in Europe. As well as ENSEMBLE, an H2020 project using ITS-G5 technologies, that is paving the way for the adoption of multi-brand truck platooning, to assist drivers and improve traffic safety.
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Spotlight

A transformation of the European transport system will only be possible through a combination of manifold initiatives at all levels. The various actions and measures indicated in this roadmap will be further elaborated. The Commission will prepare appropriate legislative proposals in the next decade with key initiatives to be put forward during the current mandate. Each of its proposals will be preceded by a thorough impact assessment, considering EU added value and subsidiarity aspects. The Commission will ensure its actions increase the competitiveness of transport while delivering the minimum 60 % reduction of GHG emissions from transport needed by 2050, orienting itself along the 10 goals which should be seen as benchmarks.

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Africa’s energy metals market and supply chain

ESI-Africa

The future success of renewable energy and electric vehicles for both consumer markets and utility-scale markets is going to depend largely on the ability to store that energy.However, current battery storage technologies are expensive, only suitable for short-term back-up, frequency regulation of the grid, and micro-grid applications. There is also the challenge around stability (some are prone to explode), the longevity of the units, and environmental disposal of the used products.
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How to use data analytics to optimise on-demand transport

This is the scenario that transit agencies, operators, municipalities and cities confront on a daily basis, particularly in the realm of urban mobility. Cities are struggling with a long list of mobility challenges. As populations swell and infrastructure ages, cities face ever-increasing commute times and greater congestion. The influx of new ride-sharing and alternative modes of transport leaves transportation planners without the data and tools needed to plan for the future of urban mobility for its citizens. Moovit Urban Mobility Analytics gives administrators the detailed insights needed for effective decision making and optimisation in all aspects of their cities’ urban mobility.
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Identifying Buyers In The Supply Chain

Transportation Marketing and Sales Association

In today’s ultra-competitive global transportation market, it’s imperative that you (as a transportation solution provider) know exactly who you’re selling to. This may sound simple, but it isn’t easy.Focusing your message and value proposition on the correct buyers is more difficult than ever. Each year, the transportation industry suddenly changes. In the past, freight purchasing decisions were left to one buyer (often the dock or warehouse employee), and we focused our selling time there. However, as companies seek total supply chain solutions, they require several new “buyers” into the once simple decision making process.
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Freight Tech & Real-Time Visibility

project44

Schneider’s executives addressed the freight and logistics questions supply chain leaders worldwide are asking. Topics covered include: Why transportation and logistics is ripe for digital transformation How Schneider built a digital roadmap that considers customers, carriers, and internal teams Tips for gaining alignment on the project vision and support from teams across the company, affected partners, and carriers
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A transformation of the European transport system will only be possible through a combination of manifold initiatives at all levels. The various actions and measures indicated in this roadmap will be further elaborated. The Commission will prepare appropriate legislative proposals in the next decade with key initiatives to be put forward during the current mandate. Each of its proposals will be preceded by a thorough impact assessment, considering EU added value and subsidiarity aspects. The Commission will ensure its actions increase the competitiveness of transport while delivering the minimum 60 % reduction of GHG emissions from transport needed by 2050, orienting itself along the 10 goals which should be seen as benchmarks.

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