On 10th March 2016, ESA IAP in collaboration with the Transport Systems Catapult (TSC, UK) and Satellite Applications Catapult (SAC) held a Workshop on Satellite Applications for Integrated Port Logistics hosted at TSC in Milton Keynes.
The purpose of the Workshop was to:
- Build on a previous joint workshop with TSC on multi-modal logistics (Feb 2015)
- Present an analysis of the ESA-IAP transport portfolio conducted during 2015
- Gather further insights into the processes and priorities of port logistics operations with respect to potential applications in "Ports of the Future"
The Workshop was attended by 35 participants from port operations and transport logistics industries, advisers, universities and the service industry. The workshop was structured as a mixture of presentations and facilitated breakout sessions, with breaks for networking.
The full presentations, workshop report and attendee list can be downloaded below.
DownloadsIntegrated Logistics Workshop Summary v1.0 Introductions. Presenter – Dr Andrew Traill, TSC Topic 1 - What is Innovation. Presenter – Nicholas Stafford, TSC Topic 2 - ESA ARTES Applications. Programme experience in transport and logistics. Presenter – Roberta Muggelesi Topic 3 - Satellite Applications Catapult. Modern satellite technologies in logistics. Satellite Applications of the Future Topic 4 - Big data project in maritime and port logistics. Presenter - Dr Andrew Grainger, University of Nottingham Topic 5 - Port centric logistics as a ‘servitisation’ strategy of the UK ports. Presenter – Nikolas Valantasis – Kanellos, H Topic 6 - End-to-End Automation and the Port of the Future. Presenter - Chris Moody Attendees' list
07 July 2016
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