New ICT Infrastructure & Reference Architecture to Support Operations in Future PI Logistics Networks

Outputs

Smart PI Containers – Tracking & Reporting as a Service – Final Report

The main outcome of this report relates to the definition of a blueprint on how to setup an IoT-enabled PI environment, capable of facilitating end-to-end supply chain visibility and allowing…
Read More

PI Networking, Routing, Shipping and Encapsulation Layer Algorithms and Services – Final Report

This report presents the Physical Internet (PI) four core services, namely the Shipping, Encapsulation, Routing and Networking. The services have been designed to align with the OLI/ NOLI (and ICONET)…
Read More

PI Reference Architecture

The key objective of this deliverable has been to produce the final blueprint of the architecture required to support PI network operations, as derived from the activities and lessons learned…
Read More

Requirements and High Level Specifications for IoT-based smart PI Containers

The main goal of this report is to formalise the requirements and high-level specifications for IoT-based Smart PI Containers, based on in-depth analysis of user requirements and industry needs.
Read More

ICONET Animation

Many Supply Chains in Europe lack connectivity, visibility and collaboration. ICONET offers solutions to work more effectively with today's supply chain and logistics infrastructure. We have created a short video to describe the project.
Read More

Blockchain Transactional Ledgers and Smart Contracts as PI Enablers

The objective of this project deliverable was to investigate an automated dispute resolution mechanism that arises from blockchain-enabled PI SLA contracts and replicate the system should it be possible. The…
Read More

PI Protocol Stack and Enabling Networking Technologies

One way to understand the Physical Internet (PI) concept is in terms of a stack of logistics services, where each layer of services supports the layer above it. This approach…
Read More

PI Business and Governance Models

This document addresses “Formalization of the concept of networked collaborative logistics communities under the PI paradigm.”It outlines the state of the art on business models for horizontal collaboration and networked…
Read More

Design and analysis of a Physical Internet Transportation Network from a mode switch perspective

This paper describes how a Physical Internet (PI) network consisting of interconnected intermodal transportation hubs was designed, using a set of existing European intermodal terminals as the basis for the…
Read More

PI Networking, Routing, Shipping and Encapsulation Layer Algorithms and Services

This report provides a reference design and implementation for core networking, routing, shipping and encapsulation layer protocols and services. Initially, the current practice for the transport process is discussed, identifying…
Read More

Transferability Framework – Capacity Building Programme

The ICONET project’s goals and objectives are to advance the state-of-the-art in the Physical Internet (PI), through R&D into the PI and IoT capabilities required to build a new networked…
Read More

Intelligent Optimisation of PI Containers and PI Means in PI Nodes

The principal goal of this report is to study and develop smart optimization procedures that can be used in multiple Physical Internet (PI) use cases, utilizing PI-containers, PI means and…
Read More

NGS 7 VPC Form Phase 1

View the NGS 7 VPC Form Phase 1  
Read More

Mixed Digital/Physical Simulation Models for PI Networks

The key objective of this report is to develop the digital and physical simulation models necessary to assess different scenarios with central focus on the evaluation and design of the…
Read More

ICONET PI Control and Management Platform

The document demonstrates the significant and critical work across four key disciplines:• Leadership and Design Methodology• Design Activities and Outputs• Technical Activities Supporting Deployment and Integration• Simulation activities.This document starts…
Read More

Smart PI Containers – Tracking and Reporting as a Service

The aim of this report is to track the evolutions from the development of the IoT components already introduced within the report entitled “Smart PI Containers – Tracking & Reporting…
Read More

ICONET Generic PI Case Study (GPICS) and Associated PI Hubs Plan

The ICONET Generic PI Case Study (GPICS) was raised as the epicenter of the project’s methodology, so the objectives of this specific report are highly relevant to the project in general.
Read More

IoT enabling PI: towards hyperconnected and interoperable smart containers

The Physical Internet (PI) concept is going to bring a disruptive change in the world of logistics, enabling effective and efficient supply chain operation management. A key building block of…
Read More

PI-aligned Digital and Physical Interconnectivity Models and Standards

ICONET is a 30-month project that will significantly extend the state-of-the-art research and development around the Physical Internet (PI) concept in pursuit of a new networked architecture for interconnected logistics hubs by focusing on the following areas.
Read More

ICONET Flyer

ICONET has created a short information flyer to describe the project. It includes a list of all the partners participating in the project along with a brief outline of the…
Read More

Sign up to ICONET Newsletter

© 2018 ICONET

EU-flag-(high-resolution)

This project is funded from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 769119

The views expressed by the ICONET Consortium do not necessarily represent the views of the EU Commission/INEA.
The Consortium and the EU Commission/INEA are not responsible for any use that may be made of the information it contains
EU-flag-(high-resolution)

This project is funded from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 769119

The views expressed by the ICONET Consortium do not necessarily represent the views of the EU Commission/INEA.
The Consortium and the EU Commission/INEA are not responsible for any use that may be made of the information it contains