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Freightwise - management framework for intelligent intermodal transport

Freightwise - management framework for intelligent intermodal transport

Objective

FREIGHTWISE's overall objective is to support the modal shift of cargo flows from road towards intermodal transport using short sea shipping, inland waterways and rail; facilitated by improved management and exchange of information between large and small stakeholders across all business sectors, transport modes and administrations. The project aims to show that using the project results and concepts (based on the use of open, interoperable systems), competitive intermodal transport operations may effectively be implemented and operated.

Based on extensive experience from development and operation, a harmonised framework (covering managerial and technical aspects) will be established as a basis for development and integration of the relevant, low cost ICT components and associated services supporting competitive intermodal solutions with safe, secure and environmentally friendly transport. FREIGHTWISE is user driven and the development will be based on real business cases across Europe.

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Coordinator

BMT BRITISH MARITIME TECHNOLOGY

Address

Orlando House, 1 Waldegrave Road
Teddington

United Kingdom

Administrative Contact

Lars KALLSTROM

Participants (54)

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ACERALIA CORPORACION SIDERURGICA S.A.

Spain

ANCO S.A. AGENCIES, COMMERCE & INDUSTRY

Greece

ATG AUTOTRANSPORTLOGISTIC GMBH

Germany

AUTORIDAD PORTUARIA DE GIJON

Spain

BLEKINGE TEKNISKA HOGSKOLA

Sweden

BUSS LOGISTICS SYSTEMS GMBH

Germany

CENTRE FOR RESEARCH AND TECHNOLOGY HELLAS

Greece

CENTRE INTERUNIVERSITAIRE D'ETUDE DE LA MOBILITE - UNIVERSITE LIBRE DE BRUXELLES

Belgium

CENTRUM DOPRAVNIHO VYZKUMU (TRANSPORT RESEARCH CENTRE)

Czechia

CESKO-SASKE PRISTAVY S.R.O.

Czechia

CONTINENTAL SURVEYS NV

Belgium

DEUTSCHE BINNENREEDEREI AG

Germany

DFDS TOR LINE AB

Sweden

DIEPENS EN OKKEMA GROEP B.V. - MOBICON

Netherlands

DIPARTIMENTO DI IDRAULICA TRASPORTI E STRADE UNIVERSITA DI ROMA "LA SAPIENZA"

Italy

EMSYS NV

Belgium

FINNISH ROAD ENTERPRISE

Finland

FUNDACION CENTRO TECNOLOGICO DE LA INFORMACION Y LA COMUNICACION

Spain

GREEK AND INTERNATIONAL FREIGHT TRANSPORT COMPANY S.A.

Greece

HELLENIC RAILWAYS

Greece

IB STRATUM

Estonia

INSTYTUT LOGISTYKI I MAGAZYNOWANIA

Poland

ISTITUTO SUI TRASPORTI E LA LOGISTICA - FONDAZIONE

Italy

J.A.M. DE RIJK BV

Netherlands

LOGIT SYSTEMS A.S.

Norway

MDS TRANSMODAL LIMITED

United Kingdom

MOBISOFT OY

Finland

NETWORK MODELS R&D LTD

United Kingdom

NORSKE SKOGINDUSTRIER ASA

Norway

NORWEGIAN MARINE TECHNOLOGY RESEARCH INSTITUTE

Norway

NOVACOM SERVICES

France

OAS IB FOOR

Estonia

PORT INFOLINK BV

Netherlands

PORT OF GOTEBORG AB

Sweden

PROCTER & GAMBLE EUROCOR NV

Belgium

RECONNAISSANCE INTERNATIONAL LTD

United Kingdom

SACHSISCHE BINNENHAFEN OBERELBE GMBH

Germany

SCA TRANSFOREST AB

Sweden

SEQUOYAH INTERNATIONAL RESTRUCTURING N.V.-S.A.

Belgium

SHIPPING & SIGNALLING SERVICES NV

Belgium

SOUTH EAST EUROPEAN TRANSPORT FORUM

Greece

SWEDISH NATIONAL RAIL ADMINISTRATION

Sweden

SYNTENS, INNOVATIENETWERK VOOR ONDERNEMERS

Netherlands

TECHNIKZENTRUM FORDERGESELLSCHAFT MBH

Germany

THE ALLIANCE OF MARITIME REGIONAL INTERESTS IN EUROPE

Belgium

THE NORWEGIAN COASTAL ADMINISTRATION

Norway

THESSALONIKI PORT AUTHORITY S.A.

Greece

TIETOTALO INFOCENTER OY

Finland

TRAFICON LTD

Finland

TRANSEUROPEAN CONSULTANTS FOR TRANSPORT, DEVELOPMENT AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY S.A.

Greece

TRELLEBORGS HAMN AB

Sweden

TUTECH INNOVATION GMBH

Germany

UNIVERSITY OF NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE

United Kingdom

VAN DIEREN MARITIME BV

Netherlands

Project information

Grant agreement ID: 20188

  • Start date

    30 October 2006

  • End date

    29 April 2010

Funded under:

FP6-SUSTDEV

  • Overall budget:

    € 14 301 480

  • EU contribution

    € 7 930 134

Coordinated by:

BMT BRITISH MARITIME TECHNOLOGY

United Kingdom