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Logistics stakeholders are under increased pressure to guarantee reliable real-time information exchange. A vast amount of technologies are already available, but these are “island applications” and missing the opportunity to optimize the performance of their cooperation. This session aims to show the benefits of merging two worlds: logistics and cooperative mobility services. The aim is to demonstrate the exchange of information in a secure and controlled way in currently existing freight and transport systems and services, to enhance the mobility of goods in the field of urban mobility and city logistics.

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  1. 1. Intelligent Cargo in Efficient and Sustainable Global Logistics Operationswww.i-cargo.eu ITS Helsinki - 18th June 2014 An open and neutral ecosystem for logistics 1 By Erik Cornelisse Senior Project Manager Business Consulting CGI The Netherlands
  2. 2. Intelligent Cargo in Efficient and Sustainable Global Logistics Operationswww.i-cargo.eu Objective of this presentation 2 “how to share logistic information between business domains in a secure and controlled way”. “how to implement an open and neutral environment”.
  3. 3. Intelligent Cargo in Efficient and Sustainable Global Logistics Operationswww.i-cargo.eu To create an open ecosystem where companies can collaborate effortlessly by sharing data in a secure To create an open ecosystem where companies can collaborate effortlessly by sharing data in a secure and controlled way To create an open ecosystem where companies can collaborate effortlessly by sharing data in a secure and controlled way, without centralized control To create an open ecosystem where companies can collaborate effortlessly To create an open ecosystem The challenges 3
  4. 4. Intelligent Cargo in Efficient and Sustainable Global Logistics Operationswww.i-cargo.eu Origin Destination Shipment from factory In-city deliveryLong haul transport Road transport The “biggest” challenge
  5. 5. 5 Origin Destination Shipment from factory In-city deliveryLong haul transport Road transport Real-time automated event management Interoperable cargo, vehicle and infrastructure Dynamic multi-actor plans Cooperative freight business ecosystem Vehicle InfrastructureField user Logistic Services AuthorityShipper Cargo
  6. 6. IT integration Involved but not (directly) connected
  7. 7. Intelligent Cargo in Efficient and Sustainable Global Logistics Operationswww.i-cargo.eu To connect and integrate with SME’s The “biggest” challenge 7 ( > 99%)
  8. 8. Intelligent Cargo in Efficient and Sustainable Global Logistics Operationswww.i-cargo.eu Are objectives feasible ? 8 Technical: YES ! In practice? That will be the outcome of the three iCargo pilots as part of operational transport flows. iCargo prototypes to proof it and enough examples in the wild like:
  9. 9. iCargo IT infrastructure Semantic gateway Logistic chain composition Entity registry Semantic repository Entity repository Service repository External services Access point Access point iCargo Generic components Hybrid service network Lifecycle management Service orchestration Service provisioning Service authorisation Resource management Logistic network awareness Emission monitoring External devices Semantic Tooling Access point iCargo Applications and services Semantic models Common Framework
  10. 10. Semantic gateway Access point Access point Access point External services Semantic models Domain models
  11. 11. iCargo IT infrastructure Semantic gateway Logistic chain composition Entity discovery Semantic repository Entity repository Service repository Semantic Tooling External services Access point Access point Access point iCargo Generic components iCargo Applications and services Hybrid service network Lifecycle management Service orchestration Service provisioning Service authorisation Resource management Logistic network awareness Emission monitoring External devices
  12. 12. External services Company U Logistic chain composition Logistic network awareness Emission monitoring iCargo entity-centric ecosystem External services Company Y Access point External services Company Z Access point Communities Access point External services Company X Access point External devices RFID / sensors onboard units Access point Access point Access point
  13. 13. Organisation Execution Logistic demandLogistic service X Y Coop X+Y Cargo Box-12345 C B Emission monitoring Place B Trip A->B A Truck 25-KGJ-8 Services BSD Sx BSD DY Transaction Order X-YYY Logistic chain composition
  14. 14. Organisation BSD Sx Services BSD DY Transaction Execution Order X-YYY Logistic demandLogistic service X Y Coop X+Y Cargo Box-12345 C B Emission monitoring Place B Trip A->B A Truck 25-KGJ-8 Logistic chain composition E = ET x A%ET = Fueltype x Fuelconsumption x Enorm
  15. 15. Access point Access point iCargo Generic components iCargo Applications and services Semantic gateway Emission monitoring Logistic chain composition External services Access point Org X Org Y Coop X+Y BSD DY Order X-YYY Truck 25-KGJ-8 Place B Trip A->B BSD Sx Cargo Box-12345
  16. 16. Access point Access point iCargo Generic components iCargo Applications and services Semantic gateway Emission monitoring Logistic chain composition External services Access point Org X Org Y Coop X+Y BSD DY Order X-YYY Vessel Place Trip A->B BSD Sx Cargo Box-12345 Train 25-KGJ-8 Place D Trip C->D Truck 25-KGJ-8 Place D Trip C->D Coop Z+Y Org ZOrg Z Coop Z+Y BSD SxBSD Sx Order X-YYY Order Z-9999
  17. 17. Access point Access point iCargo Generic components iCargo Applications and services Semantic gateway Emission monitoring Logistic chain composition External services Access point Org X Org Y Coop X+Y BSD DY Order X-YYY Vessel Place Trip A->B BSD Sx Cargo Box-12345 Train 25-KGJ-8 Place D Trip C->D Truck 25-KGJ-8 Place D Trip C->D Coop Z+Y Org ZOrg Z Coop Z+Y BSD SxBSD Sx Order X-YYY Order Z-9999
  18. 18. Organisation Execution Logistic demandLogistic service X Y Coop X+Y Cargo Box-12345 C B Emission monitoring Place B Trip A->B A Truck 25-KGJ-8 Services BSD Sx BSD DY Transaction Order X-YYY
  19. 19. Intelligent Cargo in Efficient and Sustainable Global Logistics Operationswww.i-cargo.eu As easy as Skype or WhatsApp 19
  20. 20. Intelligent Cargo in Efficient and Sustainable Global Logistics Operationswww.i-cargo.eu Traditional configuration 20
  21. 21. Intelligent Cargo in Efficient and Sustainable Global Logistics Operationswww.i-cargo.eu Effortless configuration 21
  22. 22. Intelligent Cargo in Efficient and Sustainable Global Logistics Operationswww.i-cargo.eu Configuration at business level 22 Actual time of departure (ATD) Estimated time of arrival (ETA) Actual time of arrival (ATA) Description of the goods
  23. 23. Intelligent Cargo in Efficient and Sustainable Global Logistics Operationswww.i-cargo.eu The iCargo ecosystem provides: • Publish and discovery support • Business software services • Semantic mediation • Easy to connect Enabling optimisation of planning, handling and use of resources ...across business domains !
  24. 24. Intelligent Cargo in Efficient and Sustainable Global Logistics Operationswww.i-cargo.eu Questions ? 24
  25. 25. Intelligent Cargo in Efficient and Sustainable Global Logistics Operationswww.i-cargo.eu Thank you 25 Erik Cornelisse CGI Sr. Project manager T +31 6 229 323 04 erik.cornelisse@cgi.com www.cgi.com or www.cgi.nl
  26. 26. Partners Intelligent Cargo in Efficient and Sustainable Global Logistics Operations www.i-cargo.eu
  27. 27. Intelligent Cargo in Efficient and Sustainable Global Logistics Operationswww.i-cargo.eu SMEs in the EU-27, 2012
  28. 28. Connecting (super) nodes Bridging (member) nodes Adapter nodes External services External devices Internal services A Node Member repository C1 Semantic repository C1 B1 Node Entity repository B1 Entity repository B2 B2 Node Semantic repository C2 Member repository C2 [Communities] [Organisations] [Applications] User application User application A Distributed registries C2 Node C1 Node A A A
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    Jun. 27, 2014

Logistics stakeholders are under increased pressure to guarantee reliable real-time information exchange. A vast amount of technologies are already available, but these are “island applications” and missing the opportunity to optimize the performance of their cooperation. This session aims to show the benefits of merging two worlds: logistics and cooperative mobility services. The aim is to demonstrate the exchange of information in a secure and controlled way in currently existing freight and transport systems and services, to enhance the mobility of goods in the field of urban mobility and city logistics.

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