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SYNCHRO-NET
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Funding:Programme; Horizon 2020. Call; H2020-MG-2014 Mobility for Growth (Research & Innovation Action). Topic; MG6.2-2014: Destressing the Supply Chain
Timeline:Start; May 2015. Duration; 3.5 years
Coordinator:DHL Exel Supply Chain Spain SL
For HALPIN:Project Manager & lead researcher; Maria Looney
Overview:SYNCHRO-NET - Synchro-modal Supply Chain Eco-Net will demonstrate how a powerful and innovative Synchro-modal supply chain eco-NET can catalyse the uptake of the slow steaming concept and synchro-modality, guaranteeing cost-effective robust solutions that de-stress the supply chain to reduce emissions and costs for logistics operations while simultaneously increasing reliability and service levels for logistics users. The core of the SYNCHRO-NET solution will be an integrated optimisation and simulation eco-net, incorporating: real-time synchro-modal logistics optimisation (e-Freight-enabled); slow steaming ship simulation & control systems; synchro-modal risk/benefit analysis statistical modelling; dynamic stakeholder impact assessment solution; and a synchro-operability communications and governance architecture.
Theme(s):Maritime Operations; Supply Chain
Details:SYNCHRO-NET project pages
SEASEARCH
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Funding:Programme; European Space Agency ARTES 20 IAP. Activity; Demonstration Project
Timeline:Start; June 2016. Duration; 2 years
Coordinator:DFRC AG
For HALPIN:Project Manager & lead researcher; Tom Tuohy
Overview:SEASEARCH involves the futher development and operational testing of a passive mobile phone handset signal detection technology for use in maritime safety, security & defence applications. SEASEARCH is building innovative sensors that are able to enhance a Maritime Situation Awareness Picture based on a detection of mobile phone handset signals carried by persons at sea, allowing SEASEARCH to track small vesselsor vessels with AIS transponders that are turned-off or otherwise non-functional.
Theme(s):Maritime Operations; Safety, Security & Defence, Maritime Mechatronics
Details:SEASEARCH project pages

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