NETWORKING IN ICT AND LOGISTICS PROJECT DEVELOPMENT. INCO Copernicus AMCAI 1995. INTRODUCTION. INCO-Copernicus Program me project AMCAI 0312 (1994-1997) “Application of Modern Concepts in the Automated Information Management in Harbours by Using Advanced IT-Solutions”.
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INCO-Copernicus Programmeproject AMCAI 0312 (1994-1997) “Application of Modern Concepts in the Automated Information Management in Harbours by Using Advanced IT-Solutions”
Aimed to creating a united group of scientists that initiated a research on using experiences of leading European universities and technological institutions in management of logistics systems, e.g., at the biggest European seaports (for example, Rotterdam), in order to evaluate a possibility of using these experiences in Latvia.
5 countries, 6 partners
INCO-Copernicus Programmeproject DAMAC-HP PL976012 (1998-2000) “Further Development and Practical Application of Harbour Processes Managing and Controlling Models, Methods and Techniques”
Dedicated to creation of a simulation model of the Baltic Container Terminal, operating in the Riga seaport. The project alos was devoted to investigation of information flows and analysis of business processes in the Ventspils Freeport Authority.
5 countries, 7 partners
Lack of interdisciplinary knowledge (ICT + Logistics) for both IT systems adminstrators and logistics managershave influence on quality of logistics services and bothering introduction of intelligent transportation systems
Leonardo da Vinci programme project LOGISLV-PP-138.003 (2000-2002) “Long-distance tutorial network in “Logistics Information Systems” based on WEB technologies“.
Designing of course content and e-learning tools for training of the specialists for solving problems in analysis, design and exploitation of logistics information processing systems.
4 countries, 9+2 partners
Leonardo da Vinci
University of Windsor
East Carolina University
University of Denver
Hong-Kong Logistics Association
Port of Valparaiso
University of Melbourne
more than 25 countries
5th Framework IST programme project BALTPORTS-ITIST-2001-33030 (2001-2003) “Simulation and IT-Solutions: Applications in the Baltic Port Areas of the Newly Associated States“.
Dissemination of research knowledge, industrial customisation and exploitation of the results of previous projects by involving new user groups from the Baltic region. Establishing the Baltic subregional Competence Centre to promote and support the dissemination of research knowledge in the field of advanced IT-solutions and simulation.
7 countries, 14 partners
“Baltic subregional Competence Centre in the field of advanced IT-solutions and simulation with maritime applications“
Aimed to promote and support the dissemination of research knowledge and creating opportunities for training of specialists in logistics information systems by using Web-based technologies.
basic unit for e-learning and cross-programme projects networking
Learning is still time-consuming due to high capacity of teaching and training material, and limited time resources for training in classroom or e-learning use
Limited real-time access to necessary information resources in working place
Lack of ICT and precise knowledge among social sciences bothering management of modern sociotechnical systems
6th Framework IST programme project eLOGMAR-M (2004-2006) “Web-based and Mobile Solutions for Collaborative Work Environment with Logistics and Maritime Applications“
Gathering and co-ordination activities in the field of IT- and Communication solutions (Web-services, GPRS and WAP/WML mobile services, simulation, technologies for information systems design) with maritime and logistics applications. Investigation and demonstration of mobile logistics solution for the maritime freight route "Baltic Sea feeder ports - Western Europe hub ports (Hamburg) - Mediterranean ports - Chinese ports"
9 countries, 17 partners
Freight route "Baltic Sea feeder ports - Western Europe hub ports (Hamburg) - Mediterranean ports - Chinese ports"
Leonardo da Vinci
Leonardo da Vinci programme project LOGIS MOBILE (2004-2006) LV/04/B/F/PP-172.001 (2004-2006) “Competence Framework for Mobile On-site Accelerated Vocational Training in Logistics Information Systems”
Aimed at development of new mobile m-consulting methods to reduce the time of learning and amount of study material required using mobile communication technologiesand Concise Training Dictionary in Logistics Information Systems
6 countries, 11 partners
m-Consulting & m-Work
(GPRS, WAP, WML)
GSM / UMTS
Leonardo da Vinci
Leonardo da Vinci programme project SocSimNet (2004-2006) LV/04/B/F/PP-172.000 (2004-2006) “Competence Network for Introduction of Modern ICTE Technologies in Vocational Learning in Social Systems Simulation and Research”
The main task of the project is to diminish the disproportion between specialists in social and engineering sciences in democratic way through introduction of ICTE technologies and modern research methods such as social systems simulation, e-applications and courses of exact and engineering sciences into interdisciplinary vocational master’s programme of Sociotechnical Systems Research and Management.
4 countries, 8 partners
Leonardo da Vinci LOGIS MOBILE
Leonardo da Vinci
Leonardo da Vinci
INCO Copernicus DAMAC-HP
INCO Copernicus AMCAI
6th Framework IST eLogmar-M
5th Framework IST BALTPORTS-IT
14 countries (China, Czech Republic, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Spain, Sweden, The Netherlands) and European organizations
46 partners (17 universities, 11 SMEs, 7 Public bodies, 6 Professional associations, 3 Large business, 2 Research institutions)
Baltic Container Terminal, Ltd. (Latvia), Beijing Hope Software (China),Bi-Info (Estonia),Charles University Prague (Czech Republic),China Harvest Development Limited,Consortium for Logistics Operations (CFLI) (Italy),Delft University of Technology (The Netherlands),European Social Simulation Association (ESSA),Fraunhofer Institute for Factory Operation and Automation (Germany),IDC Information Technologies (Latvia),Information Technology Centre of Riga Regional Council (Latvia),Interbalt Maritime Agency (Estonia),JSC Ventamonjaks (Latvia), Kaunas University of Technology (Lithuania), Klaipeda State Seaport Authority (Lithuania),Klaipeda University (Lithuania),Koblenz-Landau University (Germany),Latvian Intelligent Systems, Ltd. (LIS),Latvian National Association of Freight Forwarders (LAFF),Latvian Transport Development and Education Association (LATDEA),Latvian Travel Agents Association (ALTA), Linköping University (Sweden),Logitrans Consult (Estonia),LogNet of European Logistics Association (ELA), Maritime & Supply Chain Solutions (EUROPE) LTD. (UK),Mettle Groupe (France),Otto-von-Guericke Universityof Magdeburg (Germany), Politechnical University of Catalonia (Spain),Port of Gdansk Authority (Poland),Port of Hamburg (Germany),Port of Kokkola (Finland), Rail Transportation Service Broker GmbH (Germany), Riga Technical University (Latvia),Sonex Kompiuteriai (Lithuania), Thessaloniki Port Authority (Greece), TNO Metals Research Institute Apeldoorn (The Netherlands), Transeuropean Consultants for Transport, Develoment and Information Technology S.A. (Greece), University of Barcelona (Spain),University of Genoa (Italy),University of Surray (UK), University of Ulster (UK), University of Valladolid (Spain), Ventspils Freeport Authority (Latvia),Ventspils University College (Latvia), Vidzeme University College (Latvia), Warsaw University of Technology(Poland)