The first Steering group of Activity 3 – Extended Collaboration – met and discussed in Paris.
Participation of France (Activity leader), NetherlandsL, Belgim, Latvia, and Italy. Sweden and Romania did not participate. France will be supported by Abington Advisory.
It was decided that three studies will be executed in the first 6 months of 2015. All AnNa partners, except United Kingdopm, have to particpate in these studies. The studies relate to :
- Customs and logistics (in corporation with WiderMoS)
- Transport modes
The following horizontal topics will be covered in the studies
- Assessment of current ICT measures (legislation and others) on maritime transport and connectivity with ports and hinterland.
- Analysis of the objective of single window solutions (validity and complexity)
- Identification of the relation between trade facilitation versus simplification:
- Assessment of the role of public policy in developing an ICT transport data infrastructure
- Description of conflicts and synergies between data management policies in the various public transport infrastructure domains
- Incorporation of Information society features
- Description of relevant future prospects (i.e. the Internet of Things)
- Use of brand new technologies (big data, cloud, data mining) to serve
- Assessment of Risk Management features
- Analysis of data mining and security threats and opportunities
- Description and clustering of the role of the various stakeholders (i.e. conflicting interests and policy opportunities):
- Evaluation of Supply chain integration aspects
- Identification of policy prioritisation assessment (tools)
Beginning January various discussions will take place with the different partners. On 30 January a meeting with all partners is foreseen to take place in rome. The business process wil be part of the work to be executed. More information will follow.
Hereunder: Mario Dogliani (IT), Roeland van Bockel (AnNa/NL), Gilbert Bentein (BE) and Oskars Skreija (LV) cheerful together - in front of the FR Ministry of Sustainable development building - after the meeting in Paris.