The project aims to identify improvements in the transport chains of the ØKS area through the use of new technologies, logistics and transport concepts (including dry-ports) for the benefit of the environment and congestion in an economically viable way. The options for improvement are identified through analyses, calculations, simulation models, etc. based on collected data from partners and external sources as well as knowledge collection from other projects and research results. The project aims to improve decision-making for both actors and authorities in the launching of concrete actions. The project aims to support a more sustainable intermodal and multimodal logistics and transport operations in the ØKS area. The main elements are a) sustainable logistics and transport b) digitization of transport systems using digital twins, IoT, simulation, block chain and big data and c) transport electrification and autonomous ships.
Associate Professor at Chalmers, Technology Management and Economics, Service Management and Logistics
Funding Chalmers participation during 2019–2022
Areas of Advance