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Final event of the DigLogs project

Published on 06/12/2021 (last modified 10/05/2022)

Digitalising logistics processes in the Adriatic Sea: the findings of the Diglogs Project

Wednseday, 1st December 2021, 3 - 6 pm

Wednesday, December 1 from 3 to 6 pm was held in Venice and online the final event of the project DigLogs - Interreg Italy-Croatia 2014-2020 organized by Unioncamere del Veneto and CFLI, in cooperation with all partners. 

The event, thanks to the participation of relevant experts in the field of maritime transport, has shown the current and future framework of the digitization of logistics processes in the Adriatic Sea and the results of experimental actions carried out under the project DigLogs.
The seminar, moderated by Ivan Dovadžija of the Faculty of Maritime Studies at the University of Rijeka, was opened by the institutional greetings of Roberta Lazzari of Unioncamere Veneto, Edvard Tijan, professor at the University of Rijeka, lead partner of the DigLogs project and Silvia Comiati Head of the Joint Secretariat of the Interreg Italy - Croatia program that offered an overview of the new programming period 2021 - 2027.

The event was held in three sessions: the first, dedicated to the interoperability of IT systems between the Adriatic ports was introduced by the speech of Richard Morton, Secretary General of IPCSA - International Association of Port Community Systems and saw the presentation of the development of PCS in Croatia in the framework of DigLogs project and the new Data Management solutions available for the logistics management of the Adriatic ports.

The second session introduced by Mr. Previti and Mr. Cangelosi from CETENA S.p.A. focused on the digitalization of logistic processes with the illustration of the pilot case Wharehouse Mangement System 4.0 for the digitization management of warehouses, realized by Elevante within the intermodal terminal of Gorizia and the experimentation of the digitalization of emergency evacuation systems on emergency ships realized by the University of Trieste.

Finally, the third session was dedicated to the developments of intermodality in Europe, exemplified by the pilot action for the automation of delivery systems conducted by Polo Inoltra and Actual, parter of the DigLogs project in collaboration with several Italian and Croatian ports.

Download the presentations:

The Interreg Italy-Croatia in the 2021 – 2027 period
Silvia Comiati, Head of Joint Secretariat Interreg Italy-Croatia Programme

Strategic drivers for the electronic exchange of information in ports
Richard Morton, Secretary General IPCSA – International Port Community Systems Association

The development of PCS in the framework of DigLogs project
Saša Aksentijević, Port Authorities of Rijeka, Sibenik and Rovinj 

Data management systems to improve the efficiency of Adriatic Ports
Giovanni Borga, CFLI

New perspectives for the digitalization of logistics processes in the Adriatic Sea
Dario Cangelosi - Giuseppe Previti - CETENA S.p.A

The WMS pilot case developed within DigLogs project
Chiara Sorice, Elevante s.rl.

Digitalization of evacuation on passengers ships in the framework of DigLogs project
Luca Braidotti, University of Trieste

Towards the future of multimodality in Europe: the pilot case of Deliveries Planning Technology developed within DigLogs project
Marco Grifone Polo Inoltra 


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