ETP-ALICE newsletter - IV/2020
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October is very busy with organising many events. Check out our activities!

In this newsletter you will find:

·        Join us: 1st ALICE Logistics Innovation Award & Launch of the Cloud Report on Coordination & Collaboration, 15:00 - 16:30 (CET), 24th November 2021

·        TRA2022 Call for Abstract Deadline Extended to 30 November 2021

·        ALICE Webinar: Artificial Intelligence in Planning, simulation and forecasting, 14:00 - 15:30 (CEST), 26th October 2021 

·        The ENTRANCE First Open Competition Launched: Apply before 31st October 2021

·        See You in Gothenburg: ALICE at 2021 Annual POLIS Conference, 1-2 December 2021

·        AEGIS-MOSES-ALICE Webinar on Moving Freight by Water : Sustainable Infrastructure & Innovative Vessels - Standardised Cargo Units, 10:00 - 12:00 (CET), 8th November 2021

·        ALICE is hiring: Project Support and Knowledge Manager

To acknowledge the achievements and inspire the R&I community of the logistics sector, ALICE launched the first Innovation Award in April this year. The first award has been focused on successful implementation cases stemming from R& I projects in logistics coordination and collaboration. We invite you to join the online event when the winners will be announced. At the ceremony we will launch a cloud report presenting main outcomes and implementation cases derived from the R&I projects as potential implementation paths on logistics collaboration and coordination

Please register here!

More information about the Award: here
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TRA2022 Call for Abstract Extended to 30 November 2021

The Transport Research Arena (TRA) 2022, the largest event dedicated to European transport research, will be held in Lisbon from 14 to 17 November 2022. TRA2022 Programme Committee is now welcoming contributions either presenting scientific work and research results, or reporting applications and innovation experiences by 30 November 201. ALICE, as one of the main organisers, will soon organise information sessions for our members and projects we liaise with.

More information is available here.


ALICE Webinar on AI in Planning, Simulation and Forecasting


Recently we hosted the session on Artificial Intelligence in ports and freight transport applications. As next step, we are organizing this webinar in which our distinguished speakers will briefly share the application area they are working in, the problem they are addressing, why and how AI is the right technology and how the solution is technically realized. Our speakers will share their experience, learnings and next steps. We will be able to discuss and ask questions to them.

More information is available here.


The ENTRANCE first open competition launched: apply before 31 October 2021

This open competition will give innovators a chance to speed up their journey improving the sustainability of Europe’s transport & mobility sector! On November 26th, 2021, Europe’s sustainable transport sector will come together at the next ENTRANCE digital event. During this high-speed event, open competition finalists will get the chance to pitch their innovative solution to investors and buyers.  

Submission Close: 31 October 2021

More information is available here

Join ALICE Knowledge Platform if you are a logistics innovator

See you in Gothenburg: ALICE in POLIS Annual Conference 2021

 The 2021 POLIS Annual Conference will take place on 1-2 December in Gothenburg, Sweden. The POLIS Annual Conference provides an opportunity for cities and regions to showcase their transport achievements to a large audience of mobility experts, practitioners and decision makers. Following our strategic partnership with POLIS, ALICE will be delighted to join the conference together with projects ALICE coordinates and participates. Registration with early-bird rates apply until 22 October 2021.

More information, please check the conference website here.  

AEGIS-MOSES-ALICE Webinar on Moving Freight by Water: Sustainable Infrastructure & Innovative Vessels - Standardised Cargo Units

In line with the Transport White Paper, 30% of road freight over 300 km should shift to rail or waterborne transport by 2030, and more than 50 % by 2050. Smaller ships with more automation and autonomy in waterborne transport is a promising solution for improving the competitive edge of waterborne logistics as compared to road transport. Increased cargo unit standardisation may be a key element in enabling more efficient and more cost-effective autonomous cargo operations. This webinar will highlight some possibilities and challenges in cargo unit standardization.
Registration is open: here

More information is available AEGIS project website.

ALICE is hiring: Project Support and Knowledge Manager

ALICE is looking for a Project Support and Knowledge Manager who will be employed on a full-time basis. The new employee will support the activities in ALICE’s Thematic Groups and will follow up on projects conducted with ALICE to make links between the results of those projects and activities under the ALICE Themes. 

More information is available here
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