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www.balticit.com/elogmar. Introduction to eLOGMAR-M project. Introduction. The eLOGMAR-M CA is the instrument to co-ordinate organisations, programmes and projects in the area of innovative Web-based and mobile solutions with logistics and maritime applications.

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www.balticit.com/elogmar

Introduction to eLOGMAR-M project

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Introduction

  • The eLOGMAR-M CA is the instrument to co-ordinate organisations, programmes and projects in the area ofinnovative Web-based and mobile solutionswith logistics and maritime applications.
  • The project is initiated by the major partner group under the co-ordination of the Fraunhofer IFF with the aim:
  • to create an international network of scientists and experts,
  • to improve transport logistics and harbour processes,
  • by using IT-solutions
  • Previous Projects of the major partner group:
  • AMCAI (COPERNICUS 1994),
  • DAMAC-HP (COPERNICUS 1998),
  • BALTPORTS-IT (IST FP5, 2001)
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AMCAI1995 - 1997

DAMAC-HP1998 - 2000

BALTPORTS-IT2001 - 2003

eLOGMAR-M2004 - 2006

Collaboration from 1994 to 2004

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Baltic Container Terminal LV

Riga Freeport Authority LV

Ventspils Freeport Auth. LV

BALVA LV

Latvian Railways LV

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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

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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

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

consortium
Consortium
  • The 17 partner organisations complement each other at different levels:
  • Industrial Enterprises, Universities and Research Institutes, Transport Logistics, It-Solutions Companies:
    • Fraunhofer IFF(Germany); Warszaw University of Technology (Poland), Riga Technical University (Latvia);
    • KSSA(Lithuania), PKA(Finland), RTSB(Germany), HHM(Germany), ThPA(Greece),IB(Estonia)
    • IDC Information Technologies, Latvian Intelligent Systems (LV); Sonex (LT); HOPE (China)
    • M&SS (UK), TRD (GR), CHD (CN), LTR (EE)
  • Different geographical regions along the selected freight route:
    • China
    • Mediterrania (Greece)
    • Western Europe (Germany, U.K)
    • Baltic Sea (Finland, Poland, Lithuania,Latvia, Estonia)
major g oal
Major Goal
  • Create a dynamic, collaborative partner pool uniting organisations from one Asian and eight different European countries.
  • Incorporate the different partners operating along the selected maritime freight route by the way of uniting their information management systems, databases, Internet Web-sites and portals
  • Provide services and new work methods for the mobile actors (traders, shippers, brokers, consignees, forwarders, railways, etc.)

Deep sea ports

Feeder ports

Railway container terminals

Estonia

Hamburg

Germany

Tallinn

Customers

Shanghai

China

Riga, Ventspils

Latvia

Klaipeda

Lithuania

Gdansk

Poland

Kokkola

Finland

Thessaloniki

Greece

Trains

Deep sea shipping lines

Feeder shipping lines

Multilevel logistics and transport business process.

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Baltic Sea

China

Provide services and new work methods for the mobile actors (traders, shippers, brokers, consignees, forwarders, railways, etc.)

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Objectives

  •  Creating a Web-portal for information providing to transport services’ consumers;Demonstration of mobile access to Web-portal for different categories of transport
  • services’ consumers;
  • Organisation of conferences and regional workshops for dissemination of research
  • knowledge;
  • Further development of the Baltic Regional Competence Centre in the field of
  • advanced IT-solutions and maritime eLogistics in Riga and its branch office in
  • Tallinn;
  • Development of recommendations for application of Collaborative Work
  • Environment with mobile access to it in the form of the project handbook.
work plan general structure

Identification

Integration

Demonstration

Internet-based interactive Web-site as supporting tool

eLOGMAR-M outcome

Study and analysis of logistics and maritime transport processes

Study and analysis of m-services, e-work, information and simulation systems

Study and analysis of legislation and regulations

Creating the opportunities for the training of specialists

Identification

Generalisation of studies and analysis of results, assessment criteria and customers requirements by using an Interactive Web-site of a dynamic, collaborative, virtual society

Integration

Setting up of demonstrators of an Internet based Collaborative Work Environment

Setting up of demonstrators of mobile access to Collaborative Work Environment

Demonstration

Work plan – general structure

The CA consists of three stages

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Logistics Solution

  • The Main Objective of eLOGMAR-M Project from logistics point of viewis to estimate a start-to-finish transportation rate of cargo and to select logistics supply chain by providing information for choosing basic carrier who meets the required criteria.
    • Two major target groups:
    • 1) Transportation group:
    •  Shipping lines (deep sea and feeder lines, ship-owners);
  • Container terminal operators;
  • Block train operators;
  • Forwarding companies;
  • Multimodal transportation operators.
    • Freight brokers
    • 2) Cargo group:
  • Cargo owners;
  • Forwarding companies as representatives of goods’ owners (manufacturers
  • or buyers);
  •  Traders.
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Users

Web-portal

Central DB

(MySQL)

Cargo group

Browser

only

Transportation group

http://www.balticIT.com

WAP

Mobile actor 1

PDA

Mobile phone

Mobile actor 2

Wi-Fi

Internet

GPRS

Browser

only

Bluetooth

Demonstration scheme

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Project Network

eLOGMAR-M

CA

Web-based and Mobile Solutions for Collaborative Work Environment with Logistics and Maritime Applications

Fraunhofer IFF Magdeburg

LOGIS-mobile

SSA

Logistics Training mobile solutions

LIS Latvia

EC-BRIDGE

CA

EU-Chinese forum on eWork, eLogistics, Research networks and Broadband solutions for mobile user and worker

Schlumberger Sema

MOSAIC

SSA

Mobile Worker Support Environments: Aligning Innovation in Mobile Technologies, Applications and Workplaces for Location-Independent Cooperation and Networking

Salford University

Telematica Intituut

IST4BALT

CA

Information Society Technologies Promotion in Baltic States

EDNES

SIMS

SSA

Supporting Innovation of SMEs in the Mobile Services and Application Supply Business

Norcontel