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New EU Project PLANET Will Increase End-to-end Visibility Of Global Supply Chains

New EU project PLANET will increase end-to-end visibility of global supply chains

Source: COSCO Shipping Ports Ltd
A new research and innovation action will assess the impact of emerging global trade corridors on the TEN-T network, ensuring effective connectivity and sustainability of the European Global Network – June 1, 2020 PLANET is a project co-funded by the Horizon 2020 Program of the European Commission, starting on June 1, 2020, that goes beyond strategic transport studies and ICT for transport research, by rigorously
demonstrating the emerging concepts (Physical Internet) and technologies (IoT, Blockchain) in three EU-global real-world corridors (China-EU-US). The project, which is scheduled to last 36 months, will focus in two key R&D pillars: A geo-economics approach, modelling and specifying the dynamics of new trade routes and their impacts on logistics infrastructure and operations, with specific reference to TEN-T;An EU-global network enablement through demonstration of disruptive concepts and technologies (IoT, Blockchain and PI, 5G, 3D printing, autonomous vehicles /automation, hyperloop) which can shape its future and address its shortcomings. The project will liaise closely with the European Technology Platform ALICE and its developments and projects to join forces with all projects in this area. Demonstrators Three Living Labs (including the ports of Valencia, Rotterdam and Sines) will contribute to the strategic analysis of global flows (based on the corridors where they are located), the analysis of corridor infrastructure issues, and the investigation of integration of the respective global corridor with the TEN-T. Furthermore, all Living Labs will investigate innovative ways to coordinate complex supply chains through multimodal corridors involving private and public stakeholders. The PLANET Consortium: The PLANET consortium comprises 33 partners of which 75% are represented in the project’s Living Labs and who collectively represent a large cohort of principal EU and Global Transport & Logistics. Inlecom is the project coordinator and the partners are: Centre for Research and Technology Hellas China Academy of Transportation Sciences COSCO Shipping Lines (Spain) S.A. COSCO SHIPPING Technology (Beijing) Co. Ltd.Comunidade Portuária de Sines Konnecta DHL Supply Chain Spain EBOS Technologies TEN-T Interregional Alliance for the Rhine-Alpine Corridor Erasmus University Rotterdam European Shippers Council CityLogin Fundación Valenciaport Fundación Zaragoza Logistics Center GS1 China GS1 Poland HARDT HYPERLOOP IBM Ireland International Union for Road-Rail Combined Transport Instituto Tecnológico de Aragón Instytut Logistyki i Magazynowania Jing Dong Logistics New Generation Sensors NEWOPERA AISBL SIRMA AI PANTEIA PNO Innovation Blockchain Fieldlab B.V.Polish National Post ROHLIG SUUS LOGISTICS S. A. VLTN Wuppertal Institute This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Grant Agreement No 860274. Source: Fundación Valenciaport (Valenciaport Foundation)

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