D6.1 A concept for establishing the digital twin approach for port environments based on the PortForward approach of using interoperable IoT applications and services as the basis for the continuous and consequent collection, processing and use of data for port planning, managing and operation processes; [T6.1].
D3.1 Common, standard-based remote management and control solutions will be investigated for the targeted Port-Forward IoT devices; [T3.1].
D53 The sustainability assessment will be held under a life cycle approach based on Life Cycle Assessment LCA Social LCA SLCA and Life Cycle Costing LCC methodologies The assessment allows the definition of the baseline scenarios to be compared later versus the improved operational performance of such ports once the new solutions are implemented at portsT51
D63 Assessment of the implementation of the Decision Support System and development of a recommendation action reportT62
D1.2 Use cases analysis will be elaborated at each of the ports participating in the project with the aim to identify constrains from current management strategies, processes, and legacy systems that shall be addressed by the PortFor-ward ecosystem in order to achieve a successful validation; [T1.2]
D9.6 2nd iteration of the DMP; [T9.5]
D81 Description of PortForward standards adherence detailed justification of standardisation elements triggering discussions in relevant bodiesT81
D83 Details and conclusions from the 4 thematic workshops steps for uptaking by other ports consolidated requirements for scaling up new usecasesT83
D82 Review of the actions by the Advisory Board whose role is to guide the project in terms of real port conditions and needs engage the community using communication material networking events workshops and validate the results of the project so as to identify future opportunities for further development fundraising and commercialisationT82
D106 Report document describing the achieved progress from the 37th till the 48th month reporting periodT102
D9.7 3rd iteration of the DMP; [T9.5].
An Augmented Realitybased pilotassistance system will be developed in order to provide dynamic and realtime information stemming from data obtained from the IoTCPS system digital twin developed in PortForwardT43
D98 Final version of the DMPT95
D41 A tracking system will be provided in order to optimize the algorithms for user track inside of port improving the logistics services associated and increasing the efficiency of mobility on portT41
D105 Report document describing the achieved progress from the 25th till the 36th month reporting periodT102
D10.2 Report document describing the achieved progress for the first 6 month reporting period; [T10.2].
D54 Determination of the specific environmental impact indicators eg Carbon footprint that could be integrated into the virtual platform in order to facilitate the ports to calculate their own impacts in terms of indicative values This will allow to incorporate environmental aspects on the decision making process along with the technical and quality requirementsT54
D65 The PortForward Dashboard PFD is one of the main tools of Decision Support System This multidimensional instrument allows a proactive managing of port operations through the definition of specific indicators for the monitoring of port performances in different aspects such as Logistics and Port Operations Socioeconomic Impact Environmental management etc The report will demonstrate the realization of the tool with respect to requirements such as interoperability meaning the cooperation among different tools through standardization methods integration meaning the ability of the dashboard to share information with other existing platforms scalability meaning the possibility to add in the future additional features and capabilitiesT64
D9.5 The plan will describe ways to manage all research data, and metadata, during and after the project duration; open data sets, means to access, license attached, updating, etc.; [T9.5].
D10.3 Report document describing the achieved progress for the first 12 month reporting period; [T10.2].
D1.1 Harmonized user needs and goals - The expectations, needs and strategic business objectives of the PortForward ecosystem end-users will be summorized and analyzed; [T1.1]
D10.4 Report document describing the achieved progress from the 13th till the 24th month reporting period; [T10.2].
D42 An ARRemote Assistance tool integrated into the digital twin CPS and IoT infrastructure will allow the identification of and communication with the correct stakeholders for every part of the critical infrastructure as well as the unambiguous identification of the entity in the real environment and the within its digital representationT42
D66 Report on several testing activities of the PortForward Dashboardplatform by endusers such as port managers and port operatorsT65
D9.1 A project website will be developed and also continuously updated with project progress information. It will also include all developed dissemination instruments / assets; [T9.2].
D52 Developing a new metaheuristic solver based for the multiobjective yard scheduling problemT53 T531 T532 T533 T534 T535
D74 A report on monitoring evaluation and comparative analysis of the results after implementation of the each use case in the ports concernedT73
D75 A replication report by Kristiansand as a followerport analysing the potential of replicating the PortForward systems in different types of ports This report will be used for the future plans of the exploitation of the project resultsT74
D7.2 Report on technical infrastructure on the test sites for the setup of the use cases. Development of GANTT charts for each use case, detailing, as an outcome of the setup phase, all expeted intermediate phases; [T7.1], [T7.1.2].
D73 Report on the implementation of the use cases in the ports concerned in order to subsequently realize a compartive analysisT72
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