Proceedings of the 3rd ECITL 2010 in Bremen.


4th of November 2010

  8:30 - 9:00   Registration at Schütting
  Day 1  


  09:00   Welcome Speeches   Martin Günthner, Senator for Economic Affairs and Ports of the Free Hanseatic City of Bremen,
Jens Schumacher, University of Applied Sciences Vorarlberg (Main Organiser),
Frank Arendt, Institute of Shipping Economics and Logistics (Local Host)
  09:20   Future challenges for Logistics Service Providers in the automotive industry   Robert Bommers, Managing Director BLG Automotive Logistics GmbH & Co.KG, Germany  
  09:50   RFID futures, connecting things to a shared context – example of web-based mobile "Tweet" Messaging System @ MIT
  Stephen Miles, Massachusettes Institute of Technology (MIT), USA  
  10:20   ICT research opportunities for multi-modal freight and logistics   Jean-Eric Paquet, Acting Director, European Commission DG MOVE  
      Moderator of the morning session: Jens Schumacher
  11:00   Coffee break
  11:30   Common Framework for ICT in Transport Logistics
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      Why do we need a common framework in transport logistics?
  Wolfgang Höfs, EC, DG INFSO  
      Which level of interoperability is achieved in today’s logistics operations?
  Jaco Voorspuij ITBD Manager Automotive & Industrial, DHL Supply Chain, Netherlands
Fred Kempkes, Project Manager Supply Chain, Unilever, Netherlands
      How are the challenges addressed in the common framework?   Jan Tore Pederson  
      What are the next steps to be taken?
  Paolo Paganelli  
  12:30   Discussion with the audience about the results of the projects relevant for industry
Moderator: Lars Källström, NetPort.Karlshamn, Sweden
  13:00   Lunch
  14:00   Interoperability/Intelligent Cargo
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      Parallel A: Interoperability
Moderator: Georgia Aifadopoulos
Parallel B: Intelligent Cargo
Moderator: Paolo Paganelli
  14:00   B2B systems and collaborative processes' interoperability: A Voyage from China
Jan Tore Pedersen, Marlo, Norway
Waste in Carrier Operations – the role of information
Henrik Sternberg, Chalmers University, Sweden
  14:30   B2A systems and collaborative processes’ interoperability
Frank Verbeeck, Head of Unit, National & International Collaboration, Federal Public Service Finance, Belgium Customs
Relating the intelligent cargo concepts and technology into the CVIS platform
Runar Soraasen, Q-Free ASA, Norway
  15:00   Standardization for Logistics Interoperability
Yuliya Shevchenko, Group Manager – Transport and Logistics/Customs,
GS1 Global Office, Belgium
The long way to RFID
Gerhard Brandes CIO BLG Contract Logistics GmbH & Co. KG and Stefan Schönbrunn CIO BLG Automobile Logistics GmbH & Co. KG, Germany
  15:30   Discussion Discussion
  16:30   Coffee break
  17:00   Business Networking Session
Panel discussion with representatives from research and industry
  Moderator: Jens Schumacher  
  18:00   End of day 1
  19:00   Conference Dinner in the Upper Hall of the Bremen Town Hall
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