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KOMODA (2008-2009)

 TITLE Co-modality - towards optimised integrated chains in freight transport logistics
EUROPEAN COMMISSION – 7. Framework Programme
 TIME FRAME 1. 1. 2008 – 31. 12. 2009
 PROJECT   COORDINATOR Instytut Logistyki i Magazynowania (Poland)
 PARTNERSInstytut Logistyki i Magazynowania (PL), Politechnika Poznanska (PL), TIS (PT), Centre for research and technology Hellas (GR), PTV Planung Transport Verkehr AG (DE), AMRIE (IT), University of Newcastle upon Tyne (UK), University of Turku (FI), Mobisoft Oy (FI), University of Maribor - Faculty of Civil Engineering (SI).

The KOMODA proposal is presented as an answer to the research objectives concerning the optimization of the logistics chain through co-modality.

The main KOMODA’s objective is to produce a roadmap, with associated action plans, to nurture an integrated e-Logistics platform by and between modes of freight transport across Europe.
Such a platform must comply with a series of basic requirements:
  • has to be based on open standards,
  • usable by anyone,
  • able to communicate freely between existing applications, and
  • allow the integration of legacy systems and future development.

 For more information about KOMODA, please visit the official project web site.

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