How to use ICT to develop a complete combined transport solution
OBJECTIVES To oﬀer technological solutions to improve logistics ﬂows
KEY DETAILS Budget: 13,905,530 €
The work was coordinated by Alstom, an expert in the rail industry with a base in Charleroi. As Stéphane De Ketelaere, from the Multitel research centre, one of the project partners, explains, “the goal is to use Information and Communications Technology to develop a complete combined transport solution, incorporating road, rail and waterways in Wallonia”.
Subsidies: 10,075,566 € Project duration: March 2007 – February 2010
PROJECT PARTNERS - Alstom Belgium SA (leader)
- Arcelor - CE+T - Cherokee - DB Schenker (prev. Jean Heck) - Glaverbel - Infrabel - Inter ferry Boats - IT-OPTICS
The TransLogisTIC project, launched in 2007, relies on the expertise and experience of a particularly large number of partners from a range of complementary backgrounds: large businesses, SMEs and spin-oﬀs, most francophone universities and a research centre.
TransLogisTIC has led to a number of concrete achievements: - a new rail command & control system, the cost of which will make it more appropriate for freight transport; - an innovative ‘track & trace’ solution that locates goods to a shipping container and its content, regardless of the mode of transport. This feat uses a robust GPS/GPRS marker that can assess its environment and is self-powered; - an online portal available to carriers and clients, using new services including road optimisation, ﬂoating inventories and ﬂeet management.
- SA RENORY - Sodiplan - Transport Possoz - Trasys - UCL - UCL-Mons - ULB - ULg - UMONS
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