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FEDeRATED: INTERNATIONAL MEETING BETWEEN PUBLIC AND PRIVATE ACTORS OPERATING IN THE FREIGHT TRANSPORT & LOGISTICS SECTOR AT CODOGNOTTO ITALIA S.P.A. HQs

Yesterday, the 15 international partners of the FEDeRATED EU project met for its mid-term event, organised and hosted by Codognotto Italia S.p.A. at the headquarters in Salgareda (TV).
FEDeRATED is an initiative co-financed by the European Commission within the Connecting Europe Facility (CEF) work program, began in 2019 and promoted by the EU Member States, with the aim of creating a federated network of platforms for sharing data in the freight transport and logistics sector at EU level. The action builds on the work and recommendations of the Digital Transport and Logistics Forum (DTLF) to create a valid and viable federative network of platforms as an enabling factor for the exchange and sharing of Business to Administration (B2A) and Business to Business data (B2B).
On November 24th, several representatives for each project partner, including the four Italian partners Codognotto, Grimaldi, Terminal San Giorgio and Zailog Scarl, met in the province of Treviso to provide an update on the results achieved so far in order to strengthen competitiveness and EU sustainability in logistics.
Thanks to an efficient promotion of the event on social media project’s accounts (LinkedIn: FEDeRATED & Twitter @FeRated), the event, organised in hybrid form with 40 project members in attendance and online connections on the zoom platform, reached an audience of nearly 150 participants.
The event was also attended by representatives of DG MOVE, the Directorate-General for Mobility and Transport, who joined providing a detailed overview of the EU strategy regarding data related to the world of freight transport & logistics.
The action will end in 2023 and will help improve supply chain visibility and clustering capacity and enable synchronised operational planning for a responsive, resilient and multimodal transport ecosystem, also thanks to 22 living labs, which will define, demonstrate and validate the guiding principles and reference architecture in the freight transport context by the end of the project. 
During the event, living labs from Codognotto, the Dutch Ministry of Infrastructure and Water Management, Puertos del Estado in collaboration with the Spanish Ministry of Transport, Mobility and Urban Agenda and ADIF, the Swedish Administration Transport, the International Air Transport Association (IATA) and Vediafi Ltd. were presented. 
More information is available on the project website www.federatedplatforms.eu 

 

2021 25 Nov