Ecologistics' study visit in Port of Calais | 16th April 2015 | Calais (France)

On Tuesday 14th April, a session was held in Calais under the theme “What ICT can bring to securization and fluidification of Trans-channel traffics at the port of Calais?”. The day was co-organized by Cap Calaisis (Calais territory representation) and innovation platform i-Fret (member of the Ecologistics consortium).

8th workshop of Ecologistics project | 25th March 2015 | Luxembourg

In the context of the Interreg IVB NWE Ecologistics project, the Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology organised on March the 25th, a workshop about the added value and the implementation of EPCIS. This is the eighth workshop organised by Ecologistics project in several countries in NWE.

Conference Internet of Things | 23rd - 26th March 2015 | Munich (Germany)

Build. Create. Connect ... Things.

 

The Internet of Things is one of the most important technology drivers for the economy, society and culture. Intelligent, networked devices are about everyday life and business life to people at a frantic pace: Smart Homes, Connected Cars, wearables or the many facets of the "Industry 4.0" are just the beginning of an almost unlimited possibilities.

Ecologistics' study visit in Urk's fish auction | 13th March 2015 | Urk (the Netherlands)

On Friday 13th March, Ecologistics organised a visit in the fish auction in Urk, the Netherlands. The visit enabled to understand how the fish auction and all related processes work. A pilot project with the implementation of the EPC (Electronic Product Code) is being put in place in the site to allow a logistics process more efficient and sustainable. By consequent, an optimal quality of the fish and the quality control including the traceability are enhanced.

Ecologistics study visit Daventry | 19th February 2015 | Daventry (the United Kingdom)

On Tuesday 19th February, a session was held in Daventry under the theme “Rail transportation and the benefits to the food & drink sector”. The day was co-organized by Scale Interreg IVB project, with the following objectives :

- Discuss opportunities for economic competitiveness that rail transport offers food and drink supply chain logistics.
- Consider the improved environmental and social sustainability that rail transport provides food and drink supply chain logistics.
- Examine how ICT-driven visibility may enable greater efficiency and sustainability in logistics.

Ecologistics study visit Flora Holland | 11th February 2015 | Venlo (the Netherlands)

The european project ECOLOGISITCS, co-funded by the Interreg IV-b « North West Europe », is currently organizing a series of exchange and site visit sessions to explore the potential and existant benefits of ICT for the logistics sector.

On Tuesday 11th February, the flowers auction Flora Holland opened its doors for Ecologistics project. After an impressive immersion in the world of international flowers logistics, different presentations introduced open discussions :
- Flora Holland (Rob Koppes, Flora Holland)
- Visibility in horticultural supply chain (Maryam Seifi,, TU/e)

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