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ebusiness
eBusiness

RTU, Department of Applied Computer Software Systems

e business solutions
e-Business Solutions

RTU, Department of Applied Computer Software Systems

e business solutions1
e-Business Solutions

RTU, Department of Applied Computer Software Systems

e business solutions2
e-Business Solutions

RTU, Department of Applied Computer Software Systems

e business solutions3
e-Business Solutions

RTU, Department of Applied Computer Software Systems

e business solutions4
e-Business Solutions

RTU, Department of Applied Computer Software Systems

contents
Contents

RTU, Department of Applied Computer Software Systems

strategic aims
Strategic aims

RTU, Department of Applied Computer Software Systems

who we are
Who we are?

Computing Technique

1973

Hardware

Software

RTU 52. Starptautiskā zinatniskā konference

who we are1
Who we are?

Computer Software

Applied Software

System Software

RTU 52. Starptautiskā zinatniskā konference

basic triangle
Basic Triangle

Science

Teaching Process

Industrial Applications

RTU 52. Starptautiskā zinatniskā konference

history and background
History and Background

eINTERASIA – Kick-off meeting, Magdeburg, 21-22/03/2013

collaboration from 1994 to 200 6

AMCAI1995 - 1997

DAMAC-HP1998 - 2000

BALTPORTS-IT2001 - 2003

eLOGMAR-M2004 - 2006

Collaboration from 1994 to 2006

+

IDC Information Techn. LV

KSSA LT

Warsaw University PL

University of Ulster UK

JSC Ventamonjaks LV

Kaunas University LT

Port of Gdansk Auth. PL

BI-Info EST

+

M & S chain Solutions UK

TREDIT GR

China Harvest Dev. CN

Beijing HOPE Software CN

Thessaloniki Port Auth. GR

Logitrans Consult EE

Hafen HH Marketing GER

SONEX LT

RTSB GmbH GER

Port of Kokkola FI

Interbalt EE

+

Baltic Container Terminal LV

Riga Freeport Authority LV

Ventspils Freeport Auth. LV

BALVA LV

Latvian Railways LV

Fraunhofer IFF GER

Magdeburg University GER

Riga Technical University LV

Latvian Intelligent Systems LV

Charles University Prague CZ

TNO Apeldoorn NL

Latvian Maritime Systems LV

e-TransportLogistics

eINTERASIA – Kick-off meeting, Magdeburg, 21-22/03/2013

leonardo da vinci projects
Leonardo da Vinci projects

LOGIS

"Long-distance tutorial network in "Logistics Information Systems" based on WEB technologies“

LOGIS-Mobile

"Competence Framework for Mobile on-site Accelerated Vocational Training in Logistics Information Systems“

SocSimNET

"Competence Network for Introduction of Modern ICTE Technologies in Social Systems Simulation of Research“

Co-ordinator: Latvian Intelligent Systems

eINTERASIA – Kick-off meeting, Magdeburg, 21-22/03/2013

www elogmar eu
www.elogmar.eu

www.elogmar-m.org

  • Developed by:
  • RTU
  • Logitrans Consult
  • Supported by:
  • FraunhoferIFF Institute
  • Beijing HOPESoftwareCompany
  • Shenzhen LSCMA

From demonstrator to

Commercial product

www.elogmar.eu

eINTERASIA – Kick-off meeting, Magdeburg, 21-22/03/2013

slide16
The INTERREG 4b Project: BONITA Baltic Organisation and Network of Innovation Transfer Associations

16 partners from 10 countries

8 universities

4 science parks

3 technology transfer organisations

1 ICT association

share best practice examples for Scientific Transfer of Technologies

improve the role of universities for regional transfer of research

set up a network of showrooms to promote scientific innovation within a region – share within the network

set up a common organisation for sustainable operation

eINTERASIA – Kick-off meeting, Magdeburg, 21-22/03/2013

german baltic var network project aims
German-Baltic VAR-Networkproject aims
  • Bundling, developing and interlinking of the competencies of the partners
  • Development of new cooperation forms on the basis of VR-Technologies
  • Support of SME of the processing industry for the entire application of high technologies
  • Vidzeme University
  • Valmiera
  • Riga Technical University
  • Baltic Regional Competence Centre
  • (Latvia)
  • German-Baltic Competence
  • Network for
  • VR/AR-supported development
  • of innovative products und services
  • VTT Technical Research CentreofFinland Tampere
  • Forum for Intelligent
  • Machines
  • (Finland)

Socio-technical engineering

Customer Driven Design

Virtual andArgumented Reality

FASA e.V. SME-Networks

(Germany)

eINTERASIA – Kick-off meeting, Magdeburg, 21-22/03/2013

baltic deutsches hochschulkontor
Baltic-DeutschesHochschulKONTOR

eINTERASIA – Kick-off meeting, Magdeburg, 21-22/03/2013

background
Background
  • 1994-2006
  • AM CAI
  • DAMAC-HP
  • BALTPORTS-IT
  • ELOGMAR-M

DeBaVAR

Project

(2011)

Partners from Kazakhstan

eINTERASIA

2008-2012

Technology

Transfer

Model-

BONITA project

VR&DE

(2012)

Partners from Uzbekistan

and Tajikistan

eINTERASIA – Kick-off meeting, Magdeburg, 21-22/03/2013

rtu 150 th anniversary
RTU 150th Anniversary

Eberhard Blümel1953GermanyFor significant contribution of international scientific cooperation between RTU Faculty of Computer Science and Information Technology and Europe’s largest application-oriented research organization Fraunhofer Society.RTU Honorary doctor (2012). 

eINTERASIA – Kick-off meeting, Magdeburg, 21-22/03/2013

ist promotion in baltic states 2004 2007
France: Co-ordinator. Earth Data Network for Education and Scientific

Estonia:

Bi-Info AS Information and Consulting Company (BI-INFO)Inforing AS (INFORING)

Lithuania:Association of the Information Technology, Telecommunications and Office Equipment Companies of Lithuania (INFOBALT) Visoriai Information Technology Park (VITP)

Latvia:Riga Technical University (RTU) – Lead partner in Latvia Latvian Information Technology and Telecommunications Association (LITTA)

Information Day, June 12, 2009, Riga

IST Promotion in Baltic States (2004-2007)

Project partners

slide22
Modern Technologies Transfer

Real Integration to EU Research

Creating of partners network of cooperation in ICT area

Establishing research and business relations with Chinese leading companies (bilateral agreement, joint projects)

Invitations to join other projects

Benefits of cooperation under EU projects

slide23

Collaborative Networking

Baltic Regional Competence Centre in IT and e-Logistics

Information

Dissemination Centre (IST4 BALT)

Riga

Tallin

slide24

Collaborative Networking

  • Beijing
  • ChineseAcademyofScience (HOPE company)
  • ChineseChamberofCommerce
  • ChineseSoftwareAssociation
  • ChineseLogisticsAssociation
  • Representativeofficeofthe EC
  • Shanghai
  • PortofShanghai
  • ShanghaiSoftwareAssociation
  • ShanghaiLogisticsAssociation
  • Shenzhen
  • ShezhenLogisticsAssociation
  • ShenzhenSoftwareAssociation
  • NajingUniversity
  • Areas of Collaboration
  • Promotion of eLOGMAR-M Web-portal in eLogistics
  • Projects under FP7 of the EC
  • Knowledge and experience exchange etc.
slide27
The INTERREG 4b Project: BONITA Baltic Organisation and Network of Innovation Transfer Associations

16 partners from 10 countries

8 universities

4 science parks

3 technology transfer organisations

1 ICT association

share best practice examples for Scientific Transfer of Technologies

improve the role of universities for regional transfer of research

set up a network of showrooms to promote scientific innovation within a region – share within the network

set up a common organisation for sustainable operation

eINTERASIA – Kick-off meeting, Magdeburg, 21-22/03/2013

mission statement
Mission Statement

Transnational Network (TN) is an organisational structure that does not need legal statutes: EC does not require a legal structure for the organisation of a network. It gathers partner organisations, from different states and different working areas. The activities of TN are aimed at, but are not restricted to, the technology and innovation transfer process.

The following topics are addressed:

  • Promotion and transfer of knowledge and technologies, and experience exchange amongst TN members
  • Analysis and adaptation of relevant transfer models
  • Participation in selected joint ventures establishment and development
generic structure

Denmark

(SDEO)

Sweden

(LUT,ABI)

Finland

(Tamlink, TUT)

Estonia

(TTP)

Latvia

(RTU, LIKTA)

Lithuania

(VU, VITP)

Poland

(FUAM)

Russia

(RAS)

BONITA consortium (company)

Germany

(Uni Brem/TZI)

Other

members

Generic structure
slide30

www.elogmar-m.org

From demonstrator to

Commercial product

Developed by:

  • RTU
  • Logitrans Consult

Supported by:

  • FraunhoferIFF Institute
  • Beijing HOPESoftwareCompany
  • Shenzhen LSCMA

www.elogmar.eu

basic idea
Basic idea
  • Container cargo (20’, 40’, High-cube 40’)
  • Languages: English, Russian, ChineseCan be adapted to any other language (now adaptation to German, Latvian and Estonian languages is in the process)
  • Basic criteria:
    • Full transportation rate
    • Expected transit time

rates, time

Transportation Group

Cargo

Group

request

data flows
Data flows
  • Forwarding companies
  • Road carriers
  • Shipping lines
  • Block train operators

Interface Forms

Excel Files

rates

rates

Converter

Rates

DB

main cooperation partners 1
Main cooperation partners (1)

East Asia:

  • Shenzhen Logistics & Supply Chain Management Association, China (about 1000 members)
  • Yang Ming (shipping line, Korea)
  • Tony GlorixCo. (Korea)
  • Shenzhen International Forwarding Agency (China)
  • Cargorigin Logistics PvT, India (Forwarding)
main cooperation partners 2
Main cooperation partners (2)

Central Asia:

  • Mercafor-Trans, Uzbekistan (road carrier)
  • Iran Unity Shipping Co.(Iran)
  • Great Silk Way (Kazakhstan)

Europe:

  • BekkerLogistica (Portugal)
  • Transsped AG (Switzerland)
  • PROTRADEUG (Germany)
  • LongTraders AS (Norway)
  • InterRail Logistics GmbH (Germany)
main cooperation partners 3
Main cooperation partners (3)

America:

  • Excelcargo S.A. (Argentina)

Australia:

  • KMLT Intermodal Pty.

East Europe:

  • UCS Line (Russia, St. Petersburg)
  • Maxilog (Russia, Moscow)
  • TIS Logistics (Russia, Novosibirsk)
  • Lithuanian Railways
  • 1st Ukrainian cargo company
benefits of cooperation
Benefits of cooperation
  • www.elogmar.eu allows to combine shipping lines and block train operators / road carriers transportation rates into unified start-to-finish intermodal rate(different combinations of transportation modes are possible)
  • To promote company using the portal
  • To use a wide network of the portal partners in business activities.
insurance information systems iis development
InsuranceInformation Systems (IIS) Development

Multi-agents models

Actuarial technologies

ERDF project

IIS software framework

Semantic web

Reusable software technologies

applied software
Applied Software
  • 1) Mathematical and Artificial Intellogence Models:
  • Structuring the Business information
  • Data Flow programming
  • Pattern Recognition
  • 2) Software Engineering:
  • Semantic Web
  • Re-usable Software Engineering

Theoretical

Background

Technological

Platform

Web Based and Mobile Solutions

Transporting & Logistics

Finance Area

Digital

Engineering

Practical

Applications (e-Business)

e business
E-Business

RTU, Department of Applied Computer Software Systems

introduction to e business 1
Introduction to e-Business (1)

RTU, Department of Applied Computer Software Systems

introduction to e business 2
Introduction to e-Business (2)

RTU, Department of Applied Computer Software Systems

introduction to e business 3
Introduction to e-Business (3)

RTU, Department of Applied Computer Software Systems

introduction to e business 4
Introduction to e-Business (4)

RTU, Department of Applied Computer Software Systems

definition of click and mortar
Definition of «Click and Mortar»

RTU, Department of Applied Computer Software Systems

definition of brick and mortar b m
Definition of «Brick and Mortar(B&M)»

RTU, Department of Applied Computer Software Systems

business models
Business models

RTU, Department of Applied Computer Software Systems

security
Security

RTU, Department of Applied Computer Software Systems

electronic communication in business
Electronic Communication in Business

RTU, Department of Applied Computer Software Systems

electroni communications are now an integal part of business 1
Electroni communicationsare now an integal partof business(1)

RTU, Department of Applied Computer Software Systems

electroni communications are now an integal part of business 2
Electroni communicationsare now an integal partof business(2)

RTU, Department of Applied Computer Software Systems

internet and web
Internet and Web

RTU, Department of Applied Computer Software Systems

structuring the business information
Structuring the Business Information

RTU, Department of Applied Computer Software Systems

applied software development methology
Applied Software Development Methology

GRAPES Technology

LIS Technology

LIS, Dr. E.Ginters

Modified LIS Technology

Adaptive

interface

DB modelling

methology

BSP method

business system planning bsp method
Business System Planning (BSP) Method

RTU, Department of Applied Computer Software Systems

business processes
Business processes

RTU, Department of Applied Computer Software Systems

business processes1
Business processes

RTU, Department of Applied Computer Software Systems

information survey of an organisation 1
Information Survey of an Organisation (1)

RTU, Department of Applied Computer Software Systems

information survey of an organisation 2
Information Survey of an Organisation (2)

RTU, Department of Applied Computer Software Systems

business charts
Business charts

RTU, Department of Applied Computer Software Systems

application of bsp method
Application of BSP method

Example of business chart of insurance data processing

application of bsp method1
Application of BSP method

Example of business chart of insurance data processing

sample of implementation of integrated e business software 1
Sample of implementation of integrated e-BusinessSoftware (1)

RTU, Department of Applied Computer Software Systems

sample of implementation of integrated e business software 2
Sample of implementation of integrated e-BusinessSoftware (2)

RTU, Department of Applied Computer Software Systems

elogmar multi level business 1
eLOGMAR:Multi-level business (1)

Transportion group (K1)

Craco group (K2)

Cargo owner or their representatives (buyer)

DB of alternative

solutions

Transportation

Companies

Contacts DB

DB of transportation

Group services

Cargo owner

(seller)

RTU, Department of Applied Computer Software Systems

elogmar multi level business 2
eLOGMAR:Multi-level business (2)

Cargo Group

Transportation Group

Forwarding Company

Deep Sea Shipping

Feeder Shipping Lines

Port Authrities

Port Container Terminals

Block Trains / Trucks

Railway Container Terminals

Multi-Modal Transportation

Operator

RTU, Department of Applied Computer Software Systems

general structure of web portal
General structure of web portal

Users

Web-portal

Central DB

(MySQL)

Cargo group

Transportation group

Browser only

Internet

Mobile

actor

PDA

Wi-Fi

Browser only

RTU, Department of Applied Computer Software Systems

implementation scheme
Implementation scheme

BL

GUI

Design

Algoritms

Proxy

Interface

forms

PHP API

Behavior

DB

GUI-Graphic Users Interface

BL-Business Logics

RTU, Department of Applied Computer Software Systems

demonstration scenarios 1
Demonstration scenarios (1)

1.Ocean/ Feeder transportation

Ocean / Feeder Transportation

Port as the Point of destination

Port of Departure

2. Railway transportation

Point of Departure

Railway Transportation

Point of destination

3. Road transportation

Point of Departure

Road tranportation

Point of destination

RTU, Department of Applied Computer Software Systems

demonstration scenarios 2
Demonstration scenarios (2)

4.Ocean/ Feeder and Railway transportation

Port of Departure

Port as the Point of destination

Ocean / Feeder Transportation

Railway Transportation

2. Ocean/ Feeder and Road transportation

Portt of Departure

Ocean / Feeder Transportation

Road tranportation

Point of destination

RTU, Department of Applied Computer Software Systems

elogserv platform based on www elogmar eu
eLOGSERV platform based on www.elogmar.eu

RTU, Department of Applied Computer Software Systems

basic principles of elogserv platform
Basic principles of eLOGSERV platform

RTU, Department of Applied Computer Software Systems

integration in icf
Integration in ICF

RTU, Department of Applied Computer Software Systems

etechnlog project
eTECHNLOG project

facilitator

RTU, Department of Applied Computer Software Systems

s t objectives
S & T Objectives

RTU, Department of Applied Computer Software Systems

general approach rtd activities
General Approach(RTD activities)

Business System Planning (business charts, CD,…)

Multi-agent distributed model

WP3

WP4

Web-Based Framework

  • TTC
  • Transfer model
  • Showroom
  • Visualization models and tools

Assessment Improvement

WP3

Demonstration Promotion

WP2

Applications in

E-Logistics

Selected EU projects

RTU, Department of Applied Computer Software Systems

wp3 web based framework
WP3: Web-Based Framework

WP2:

Technology Transfer Concept

WP4:

Business models in transport and logistics

WP3:

Web-based framework

RTU, Department of Applied Computer Software Systems

wbf demonstrator functions
WBF Demonstrator functions

RTU, Department of Applied Computer Software Systems

service oriented architecture
Service-oriented Architecture

RTU, Department of Applied Computer Software Systems

application programming interface design 1
Application Programming InterfaceDesign (1)

RTU, Department of Applied Computer Software Systems

application programming interface design 2
Application Programming InterfaceDesign (2)

RTU, Department of Applied Computer Software Systems

inter portlet communication example
Inter-Portlet Communicationexample

RTU, Department of Applied Computer Software Systems

next steps
Next steps

RTU, Department of Applied Computer Software Systems

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