About the Project - DigLogs

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DIGLOGS

Digitalising Logistics processes

START DATE

01.01.2019

END DATE

30.06.2021

TOTAL BUDGET

€ 2.555.427,50

SPECIFIC OBJECTIVE

4.1: Improve the quality, safety and environmental sustainability of marine and coastal transport services and nodes by promoting multimodality in the programme area

LEAD PARTNER

University of Rijeka - Intermodal Logistics Training Consortium

TARGET GROUPS

  • Local, regional and national public authorities
  • Regional development agencies
  • Enterprises, transport operators
  • Transport associations
  • Education and training organisations

DigLogs aims to create the technological solutions, models and plans to establish the most advanced digitalised logistic processes for multimodal freight transport and passengers’ services in the Italy-Croatia area. This project will have a significant impact on the quality, safety and environmental sustainability.

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PARTNERSHIP

LEAD PARTNER

University of Rijeka - Faculty of Maritime Studies Rijeka

STUDENTSKA 2

Rijeka - Croatia

https://www.pfri.uniri.hr/web/en/index.php


The Faculty of Maritime Studies of the University of Rijeka is the oldest and the most significant higher education, scientific and research institution in the area of Maritime Studies in the Republic of Croatia.
Its mission is to establish and develop appropriate study programmes (undergraduate, graduate and postgraduate), as well as to perform scientific research in the multidisciplinary field of Maritime Studies. 


Contact person: Ivan Dovadžija

E-mail: idova@pfri.hr

PROJECT PARTNER

Intermodal Logistics Training Consortium

https://www.cfli.it/newsite/


Established in 1993, CFLI is the training institution of the Venice Port authority and it is entrusted with the promotion and the management of activities regarding training, professional updating, specialization and re-qualification of workers in logistics and intermodal sectors. CFLI supplies services and initiatives for the workforce, to improve the technology of companies and develops projects and networks of regional, national and international level.



Contact person: Claudia Forzan

E-mail: claudia.forzan@cfli.it

PROJECT PARTNER

Elevante S.r.l.

https://www.elevante.it/


Elevante, founded in 2012, is a company focused on innovation services and ICT applications in the transport and logistic sector. Elevante’s goal is bringing added value to enterprises and institutions through redefining their main processes, based on information, efficiency and vision. The experience gained at national and international level in projects co-financed by the EU, consulting and the know-how as a logistics operator, give Elevante a broad vision of the whole logistic sector.


Contact person: Chiara Sorice

E-mail: chiara.sorice@elevante.it

PROJECT PARTNER

Regional Union of the Chambers of Commerce of Veneto Region

http://www.ven.camcom.it/


UCV represents the five Chambers of Commerce of Veneto and hosts Eurosportello del Veneto, partner of the Enterprise Europe Network (EEN), the world largest business support network, with more 580 offices located in 47 different countries. The main tasks of UCV include the design and implementation of activities in strict coordination with regional and local authorities, in favor of economic development, SMEs internationalization, consumer protection, etc.  


Contact person: Roberta Lazzari

E-mail: roberta.lazzari@eurosportelloveneto.it

PROJECT PARTNER

University of Trieste - Department of Engineering and Architecture

https://www.units.it/


University of Trieste is a high education research centre with 18,000 students attending graduate, PhD, post-doc and master courses. The Department of Engineering and Architecture has relevant expertise in the field of electric engineering, naval architecture and marine engineering, including traditional sectors of marine engineering, as well as environmental issues arising from the construction of maritime works in offshore research and exploitation, from shipping, and submarines.


Contact person: Vittorio Bucci

E-mail: vbucci@units.it

PROJECT PARTNER

Actual I.T.

http://www.actual.si/?main=6


Owned by DBA group, the company in Croatia has on its disposal a palette of experienced professionals in international Port&Logistics IT implementation projects. The experts include experienced project managers, port business analysts, senior IT architects, designers and developers, as well as system architects and quality managers. Actual I.T. participated in several international terminal operating systems and PCS implementation projects and in numerous EU funded projects for cargo ports.


Contact person: Karmen Krivičić Spajić

E-mail: karmen.krivicicspajic@actual-it.net

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PROJECT PARTNER

Polo Inoltra

http://www.poloinoltra.it/


The innovation cluster was born in 2012 on an initiative of the European community to promote new aggregation networks between companies, universities and research institutes sharing integration of actions and objectives. The acronym INOLTRA stands for: INnovation for Organization of Logistics and TRAnsport and summarizes the meaning and mission. Network, integration, research and innovation, specialized training, internationalization are the key words of INOLTRA’s project.


Contact person: Marco Grifone

E-mail: marco.grifone@mcgraff.eu

PROJECT PARTNER

Port of Rijeka Authority

https://www.portauthority.hr/en/


The Port of Rijeka Authority is non-profit organization, founded by the Government of Croatia in 1996. Due to its size and importance, port of Rijeka is a port of special international and economic interest for the Republic of Croatia. Port of Rijeka Authority is responsible for all important activities concerning development and prosperity of the port with the measures of improving directing, service quality, transport efficiency, safety and environmental sustainability.


Contact person: Ivica Dušić

E-mail: ivica.dusic@portauthority.hr

PROJECT PARTNER

Port of Šibenik Authority

http://www.portauthority-sibenik.hr/en/


Port of Šibenik Authority is an institution that manages the port of Šibenik, one of the known Adriatic cargo, passenger and cruise ports. Destination tourist product consists of a series of elements that are the result of numerous subjects, representatives of public authorities and private sector. The networking and strengthening of cooperation between private and public sectors would enable an integrated destination management as well as joint destination tourist product.


Contact person: Gordana Mrčela

E-mail: info@portauthority-sibenik.hr

PROJECT PARTNER

Port Authority of Rovinj

http://port-rovinj.hr/


The Rovinj port Authority is a non -profit organization founded by the Istria County. It was established for managing, constructing and maintaining the Rovinj port area. The Rovinj port Authority has many years of experience in project management in the field of construction and maintenance of port infrastructure. Additionally, it employs skilled and qualified personnel is involved in maintenance of the port infrastructure.


Contact person: Sara Carić

E-mail: sara@port-rovinj.hr

NEWS & EVENTS

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Here all the documents

D2.2.4 DigLogs White Paper

PUBLISHED ON 04/06/2021
PDF (1.3 Mb)

D3.1.1 Collection of the main disruptive innovations that could affect the area in the next five years

PUBLISHED ON 08/03/2021
PDF (0.79 Mb)

D3.1.2 Analyses of the most attractive informatisation processes already on-going and directly transferable in the ITA-CRO area

PUBLISHED ON 27/04/2021
PDF (4.03 Mb)

D3.1.3 Impact Analysis of process informatization trends in the Programme area

PUBLISHED ON 05/03/2021
PDF (0.91 Mb)

D3.2.1 Collection of the main innovations in BIG DATA management that could affect the area in the next five years

PUBLISHED ON 08/03/2021
PDF (0.79 Mb)

D3.2.2 Analyses of the most attractive BIG DATA tools and practices already on-going and directly transferable in the ITA-CRO area

PUBLISHED ON 27/04/2021
PDF (3.09 Mb)

D3.2.3 Impact Analysis of big data for freight and passengers mobility

PUBLISHED ON 05/03/2021
PDF (0.76 Mb)

D3.3.1 Collection of the main automation innovations that could affect the area in the next five years

PUBLISHED ON 08/03/2021
PDF (0.83 Mb)

D3.3.2 Analyses of the most attractive traffic automation systems already on-going and directly transferable in the ITA-CRO area

PUBLISHED ON 27/04/2021
PDF (5.13 Mb)

D3.3.3 Impact Analysis of traffic automation system in multimodal transport

PUBLISHED ON 05/03/2021
PDF (0.73 Mb)

D4.1.1 SWOT on selected informatisation processes in the Programme Area

PUBLISHED ON 08/03/2021
PDF (0.87 Mb)

D4.1.2 SWOT on selected data management tools for freight and passengers mobility

PUBLISHED ON 08/03/2021
PDF (0.73 Mb)

D4.1.3 SWOT on selected traffic automation systems in multimodal transport flows

PUBLISHED ON 08/03/2021
PDF (0.66 Mb)

D4.2.1 Definition of steps to be taken for innovative solutions deployment- multimodal transport

PUBLISHED ON 05/03/2021
PDF (0.7 Mb)

D4.2.2  Definition of players to be involved - multimodal transport

PUBLISHED ON 08/03/2021
PDF (2.47 Mb)

D4.2.3 Involvement of selected players and delivering of road maps final version - freight sector

PUBLISHED ON 05/03/2021
PDF (0.91 Mb)

D4.3.1 Definition of steps to be taken for innovative solutions deployment - passengers

PUBLISHED ON 17/03/2021
PDF (0.61 Mb)

D4.3.2 Definition of players to be involved - passengers

PUBLISHED ON 08/03/2021
PDF (13.97 Mb)

D4.3.3 Involvement of selected players and delivering of road maps final version - passengers

PUBLISHED ON 08/03/2021
PDF (1.83 Mb)

D5.1.1 Pilot's work plan - PCS Automation - Delivieries Planning

PUBLISHED ON 05/03/2021
PDF (1.43 Mb)

D5.2.1 Pilot's work plan - Innovative solution for access control

PUBLISHED ON 03/03/2021
PDF (1.32 Mb)

D5.2.1 Pilot's work plan - Application for data flows management

PUBLISHED ON 03/03/2021
PDF (1.53 Mb)

D5.2.1 Pilot's work plan - Mobile Safety/Security

PUBLISHED ON 03/03/2021
PDF (1.48 Mb)

D5.3.1 Pilot work plan - Spatial Data Management System

PUBLISHED ON 03/03/2021
PDF (1.67 Mb)

D5.3.1 Pilot work plan - M2M dialogue

PUBLISHED ON 03/03/2021
PDF (1.1 Mb)

D5.4.1 Template for the collection of pilot's results

PUBLISHED ON 20/10/2021 New
PDF (0.9 Mb)

Diglogs flyer

PUBLISHED ON 03/04/2020
PDF (1.82 Mb)

DigLogs poster

PUBLISHED ON 05/03/2021
PDF (1.32 Mb)

Diglogs pilot action flyer

PUBLISHED ON 30/10/2020
PDF (3.45 Mb)

DigLogs White Paper

PUBLISHED ON 21/07/2021
PDF (5.59 Mb)

DigLogs second poster

PUBLISHED ON 27/07/2021
PDF (0.58 Mb)

Newsletter n. 1 - April 2019

PUBLISHED ON 03/04/2020
PDF (3.83 Mb)

Newsletter n. 2 - June 2019

PUBLISHED ON 03/04/2020

Newsletter n. 3 - August 2019

PUBLISHED ON 03/04/2020
PDF (1.84 Mb)

Newsletter n. 4 - October 2019

PUBLISHED ON 03/04/2020
PDF (1.47 Mb)

Newsletter n. 5 - December 2019

PUBLISHED ON 03/04/2020
PDF (0.97 Mb)

Newsletter n. 6 - February 2020

PUBLISHED ON 03/04/2020
PDF (6.49 Mb)

Newsletter n. 7 - April 2020

PUBLISHED ON 04/05/2020
PDF (0.37 Mb)

Newsletter n. 8 - June 2020

PUBLISHED ON 22/06/2020
PDF (0.23 Mb)

Newsletter n. 9 - August 2020

PUBLISHED ON 26/08/2020
PDF (0.37 Mb)

Newsletter n. 10 - October 2020

PUBLISHED ON 23/10/2020
PDF (0.52 Mb)

Newsletter n. 11 - December 2020

PUBLISHED ON 21/12/2020
PDF (2 Mb)

Newsletter n. 12 - February 2021

PUBLISHED ON 17/03/2021
PDF (0.44 Mb)

Newsletter n. 13 - August 2021

PUBLISHED ON 15/09/2021
PDF (0.37 Mb)

Port Community System feasibility analysis – Case study Split

PUBLISHED ON 07/06/2021
PDF (0.85 Mb)

Economic aspects of automation innovations in electronic transportation management systems

PUBLISHED ON 07/06/2021
PDF (1.12 Mb)

The Role of Port Authority in Port Governance and Port Community System Implementation.

PUBLISHED ON 07/06/2021
PDF (0.76 Mb)

 The use of Bluetooth Beacons in Maritime Emergencies

PUBLISHED ON 07/06/2021
PDF (0.26 Mb)

Digital transformation in the maritime transport sector

PUBLISHED ON 07/06/2021
PDF (1.29 Mb)

Digitalization of port access control: case study Port of Šibenik

PUBLISHED ON 21/07/2021
PDF (0.33 Mb)

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