This deliverable will incorporate all the findings and developments in the WP2 tasks to the date, being a final draft to be presented and further discussed in the 2nd industry and stakeholders workshop to be performed in Month 27.
Report to be prepared out of Task 4.2 and gathering input from WP2 and WP3.
Updated version of Deliverable D4.5.
This deliverable will include the first 9 months financial and technical progress report. It will serve to test progress reporting and monitoring procedures and to ensure any corrective measure needed in the procedures is identified in the first part of the project.
In this report, the interim outcomes of the different tasks within this Work Package will be reported. The report will set the basis for intermediate and final reports and will aim to feed into the different sections of the Physical Internet Roadmap
This deliverable will include the M18-M30 financial and technical progress report and the final project report for the EC highlighting the main achievements of SENSE project as well as a summary of the key aspects and elements for future exploitation Building upon Deliverable 4.8. Post Project Exploitation Plan.
This report will include and update of the Dissemination Materials used within the project. The initial release will be updated and reported in Deliverables D4.4 and D4.6
This Plan will be provided following the guidelines for such a plan as part of the SENSE participation in the “Pilot on Open Research Data”. The initial Plan will be updated in M18 and M30.
This deliverable will incorporate all the findings and developments in the different tasks of this Work Package to the date and will be the draft document to be presented and discussed in the 1st Industry and stakeholders workshop to be performed in Month 12.
This report will include Dissemination, communication and Stakeholders engagement activities until M10 and a reviewed version of the Communication and Dissemination plan.
Update of Deliverable D4.4.
This deliverable will include the first 18 months financial and technical progress report.
In this report, the interim outcomes of the different tasks within this Work Package will be reported. The report will aim to feed into the different sections of the Detailed Physical Internet Roadmap Final Draft and will include the upgraded (SETRIS) methodology to gather initiatives and activities supporting the Physical Internet.
This final Report will summary the findings of the activities performed in this Work Package. The report will include a comprehensive overview of the logistics and freight transport initiatives and research projects and European and national programmes their potential impacts and contributions to Physical Internet development.
This deliverable incorporates all procedures related to the financial, administrative and technical reporting, progress management procedures including risk management plan, SENSE impacts assessment, as well as the quality assurance plan. Specifically, it incorporates materials and detailed explanation of procedures required to implement all Work Package Tasks including project deliverable templates, management and progress report templates, etc.
This report will include the aspects described in Task 4.1
This report will describe how the results of SENSE will be further exploited after the project finalization. Note that the Final Exploitation Plan for the Project will be included in WP1 Deliverable D1.5. Final Report of the Project (M33)
After all the process and activities performed in this Work Package and with the input from the M29 workshop this Document will count with an ample endorsement and support from industry, research and administration.
This Final version will be fully functional and operative.
This Beta version will be a user centric information platform accessible to all Physical Internet Community through ALICE Web structured as described in Task 3.4 and including all items identified in the other tasks.
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Author(s): Ballot, Eric; Liesa, Fernando; Franklin, Rod
Published in: Journal of Supply Chain Management Logistics and Procurement, Quarterly, 2018, Page(s) 178-192(15), ISSN 2516-1814
Publisher: Henry Stewart
Author(s): Eric Ballot, Sergio Barbarino, Bas van Bree, Fernando Liesa, J. Rod Franklin, Dirk ‘t Hooft, Andreas Nettsträter, Paolo Paganelli, Lóránt A. Tavasszy
Published in: 2020
Author(s): Sophie Punte, Chair ALICE Sustainable Logistics Supply Chains, and Executive Director Smart Freight Centre
Lori Tavasszy, Vice-Chair ALICE Sustainable Logistics Supply Chains, and Professor, Freight and Logistics, Delft University of Technology
Alain Baeyens, Vice-Chair ALICE Sustainable Logistics Supply Chains, and Founder of 30º North
Fernando Liesa, Secretary General, ALICE
Published in: 2019