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1st International workshop

The 1st international Workshop of the INTE-TRANSIT project was co-organised by VPF, SEAbility and ICCS in Valencia, Spain, on 20-21 November 2014, under the theme: “Information & Communications Technologies (ICTs) as enablers for improved operations in modern ports”. The principal objective of the event was to explain the role of information and communication technologies (ICTs) in rendering ports more competitive and efficient.

Inside this section, the presentations performed during the 1st international Workshop are available for download. 


 

 DAY 1 - Opening Session

"INTEgrated and INTEroperable Maritime TRANSIT Management System" 

Angelos Amditis, Research Director, ICCS

Presentation ǁ DAY 1 - 20 November 2014 ǁ Opening Session 

 

 

"MED PROGRAMME 2014-2020, main perspectives and priorities"

Blanca Lopez Bassa, Project Officer, JTS MED Programme

Presentation ǁ DAY 1 - 20 November 2014 ǁ Opening Session 

 

 

"PARTNERSHIP AGREEMENT 2014-2020 and OPERATIONAL PROGRAMMES"

Fernando Fernández Melle, Subdirector General Subdirección General del Fondo de Cohesión y Cooperación Territorial Europea

Presentation ǁ DAY 1 - 20 November 2014 ǁ Opening Session 

 

 

“Developing a comprehensive strategy for logistics and supply chain innovation”

Fernando Liesa – ALICE Secretary General 

Presentation ǁ DAY 1 - 20 November 2014 ǁ Opening Session 


 

DAY 1 - Session 1. ICT: container tracking and monitoring

"Transparency in Ocean Supply Chain"

Sherrie Orzechowski, Vice President of Business Development, INTTRA

Presentation ǁ DAY 1 - 20 November 2014 ǁ Session 1. ICT: container tracking and monitoring

 

 

"Valencia Port: a success story in a changing community"

Jose Garcia de la Guia, IT Manager, Port Authority of Valencia

Presentation ǁ DAY 1 - 20 November 2014 ǁ Session 1. ICT: container tracking and monitoring


 

 DAY 1 - Session 2. MED Ports: operational challenges

"Competitiveness Challenges of Valenciaport"

Juan Miguel Bernat, Non containerized  and bulk traffic manager of APV

Presentation ǁ DAY 1: 20 November 2014 ǁ Session 2. MED Ports: operational challenges

 

 

"The slovenian port on the grip between local and international standards"

Roberto Richter & Boris Susmak, Port of Koper 

Presentation ǁ DAY 1 - 20 November 2014 ǁ Session 2. MED Ports: operational challenges

 

 

"Security and Tracking Systems for the Optimization of Port Operations"

Francisco M. Bernal Sánchez, Tecnological Development Department, Port of Algeciras Bay

Presentation ǁ DAY 1: 20 November 2014 ǁ Session 2. MED Ports: operational challenges


 

DAY 1 - Session 3. Technologies and Latest Advances
"INTE-TRANSIT Management system: An open, flexible and sustainable architecture for tracking containers and yard equ ipment" 

Athanasia Tsertou, Project Manager, ICCS

Presentation ǁ DAY 1 - 20 November 2014 ǁ Session 3. Technologies and Latest Advances

 

 

"Do more with Container Handling Equipment Supervisor System ( CHESS )"

Arnold KW Kang, Total Soft Bank LTD

Presentation ǁ DAY 1: 20 November 2014 ǁ Session 3. Technologies and Latest Advances

 

 

"Big Calculations: the key to solving the efficiency puzzle"

Diyana Mutafchieva, QUINTIQ

Presentation ǁ DAY 1 - 20 November 2014 ǁ Session 3. Technologies and Latest Advances

 

 

"Big data analysis for secure and optimized logistics"

Francisco Sánchez Cid, Instituto Tecnológico de Informática - ITI

Presentation ǁ DAY 1 - 20 November 2014 ǁ Session 3. Technologies and Latest Advances

 

 

“Monitoring: improving security and performance in port environment"

Cristóbal Rueda, PESYR I+D

Presentation ǁ DAY 1 - 20 November 2014 ǁ Session 3. Technologies and Latest Advances

 

 

"RFID for finished vehicle logistics"

Joan Nuñez, Project manager at iXnet IT Solutions, S.L.

Presentation ǁ DAY 1 - 20 November 2014 ǁ Session 3. Technologies and Latest Advances

 

  

"Process automation at Ports and Terminals"

Francisco Grau Cavanillas, Órbita Ingeniería

Presentation ǁ DAY 1 - 20 November 2014 ǁ Session 3. Technologies and Latest Advances

 

 

"Smart chips for seaport areas"

Gustavo Rodriguez, NextPoints

Presentation ǁ DAY 1 - 20 November 2014 ǁ Session 3. Technologies and Latest Advances


 

 DAY 2 - Session 4. ICT tools: modernisation of logistics

“Noatum. Information gathering and analysis”

Solá López, José María, IT Manager NOATUM

Presentation ǁ DAY 2 - 21 November 2014 ǁ Session 4. ICT tools: modernisation of logistics

 

 

 “Truck Monitoring Systems”

John Kanellopoulos, PCT

Presentation ǁ DAY 2 - 21 November 2014 ǁ Session 4. ICT tools: modernisation of logistics

 

 

“The challenges of change”

José Gisbert, MSCT

Presentation ǁ DAY 2 - 21 November 2014 ǁ Session 4. ICT tools: modernisation of logistics

 

 

"An approach to automation at TCV Stevedoring Company, S.A."

Damián Marqués Lluch, TCV Stevedoring Company, S.A.

Presentation ǁ DAY 2 - 21 November 2014 ǁ Session 4. ICT tools: modernisation of logistics

 

 

"Co.Na.Te.Co Technology Plan"

Gaetano Verde, Co.Na.Te.Co

Presentation ǁ DAY 2 - 21 November 2014 ǁ Session 4. ICT tools: modernisation of logistics


 

DAY 2 -  Session 5. MED Projects

“ICT for port-hinterland integration as key driver to boost accessibility”

Andrea Campagna, FUTUREMED Project Coordinator

Presentation ǁ DAY 2 - 21 November 2014 ǁ Session 5. MED Projects

 

 

“The MED-PCS Project: Promotion of Port Community System in Mediterranean Ports”

Anna Navarro, MED-PCS Port Authority Tarragona 

Presentation ǁ DAY 2 - 21 November 2014 ǁ Session 5. MED Projects

 

 

“The future of the MEDITA network: challenges and opportunities”

Camila Baroncelli, MEDITA Project Coordinator 

Presentation ǁ DAY 2 - 21 November 2014 ǁ Session 5. MED Projects

 

 

“Action plan towards the Smart port concept in the Mediterranean Area”

Gracia Buiza Camacho, SMART-PORT

Presentation ǁ DAY 2 - 21 November 2014 ǁ Session 5. MED Projects


 

DAY 2 -  Closure session

"1st INTE-TRANSIT International Workshop"

Angelos Amditis, Research Director, ICCS

Presentation ǁ DAY 2 - 21 November 2014 ǁ Closure session