Physical Internet Workshop

The Physical Internet Workshop, organised by ALICE and project SENSE (Accelerating the Path Towards Physical Internet project – www.senseproject.eu took place in Munich on October 9th and 10th, 2018, hosted by MAN Truck and Bus Forum, with the participation of over 30 ALICE members and external industry stakeholders.

The purpose of the workshop was to:

  • Share and discuss the concept of the Physical Internet building consensus and providing feedback to ALICE Roadmap Towards Physical Internet.
  • Discuss and share which topics will play a key role for logistics and link them to the Physical Internet Development.
  • Define main areas of development for the Physical Internet and connect different ongoing projects and initiatives to them.
  • Identify specific short-term actions to get to next steps for the Physical Internet realization.

During the event, Mr. Makis Kouloumbis, presented two H2020 projects coordinated by Inlecom ICONET (New ICT Infrastructure & Reference Architecture to Support Operations in Future PI Logistics Networks) www.iconetproject.eu and SELIS (Towards a Shared European Logistics Intelligent Information Space) www.selisproject.eu focusing on their contribution to the European PI Initiative. The workshop’s round-table discussion elaborated on the PI prospects, obstacles and roadmap for future developments.

Apart from ICONET, the workshop has been supported by AEROFLEX, MOBILITY4EU, nextnet and Clusters2.0 H2020 projects.

For further information on the event, please visit: http://www.etp-logistics.eu/?p=2376

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