Promotion of Port Communities SMEs role in Energy Efficiency and GREEN technologies for BERTHING operations.
The main aim of this project is to enable SMEs to access opportunities provided by the port sector to apply better energy management solutions and the use of renewable energies, specially focusing on port-vessel operations (financed by the MED Programme of the European Union, November 2012 – May 2015).
Container Security Advanced Information Networking
Project financed by the EU 7th Framework Programme, 2011-2015. The main aim of this project is the definition and elaboration of a containers surveillance system in the global context.
Delivering Sustainable Energy Solutions to Ports
Project financed by the EU, Climate KIC, 2013-2016. SUPPORT aims to to manage transient power flows whilst maintaining power quality in such a way as to substantially reduce energy demand and greenhouse gas emissions without affecting logistic supply and availability performance.
Business to Motorways of the Sea
Project financed by the EU – TEN-T Funds, Motorways of the Sea programme, July 2013 – December 2015. The B2MoS Action is an innovative study which takes the form of pilot actions principally aimed at preparing and adapting business communities and port authorities’ systems to the requirements of Directive 2010/65/EU, providing interoperable electronic documents and messages intended to boost the efficiency of door-to-door MoS supply chains, facilitating intra-Community trade and increasing European territorial cohesion.
E-Maritime Strategic Framework and Pilot Implementation
Project financed by the EU 7th Framework Programme, July 2013 – December 2015. The e-MAR project consists of a combination of top-down approach with bottom-up focus through the implementation of a pilot project that includes integrating and updating existing applications via the e-MAR platform. This platform will use existing technologies and components to support the development of a “common market” for all electronic maritime services in the EU based on a network of networks.
Freight and Passengers Supporting Infomobility Systems for a Sustainable Improvement of the Competitiveness of Port-Hinterland Systems of the Med Area
Project financed by the European Commission MED Operative Programme, June 2012 – May 2015. The Futurmed project aims to improve the competitiveness of ports in the Mediterranean area by improving accessibility and connection with their hinterlands through technology and procedural innovations, and guaranteeing sustainability of transport.
Monalisa 2.0 Project financed by the European Commission, Trans-European Transport Network (TEN-T) programme, January 2012 – December 2015. The principal objective of the project is to contribute to the promotion of MoS in Europe by implementing different initiatives aligned with the needs and recommendations of the European Commission vis-à-vis maritime safety and security.
Sea Terminals
Sea Terminals Smart Energy Efficient and Adaptive Port Terminals
Project financed by the European Commission, Trans-European Transport Network (TEN-T) programme, March 2014 – December 2015. The main objective of the SEATERMINALS project is to hasten the transition of the port industry towards more efficient operational models integrating the variable of energy as a key factor to improve PCTs.
Mediterranean Network for Custom Procedures and Simplification of Clearance in Ports
Project financed by the European Commission, MED programme, June 2012 – May 2014. The main objective of Mednet project is to create a network of port authorities and experts in Mediterranean transport focused on exchanging experiences in port and customs procedures and simplifying vessel and goods clearance.
Increasing Capacity 4 Rail Networks through enhanced Infraestructure and Optimised Operations
Project financed by the European Commission, FP7, Octuber 2013 – September 2017. The aim of the project is to define a vision for the railway sector in Europe in 2050, identifying the major expected changes in the design, construction, maintenance and operational management of shunting and the freight transfer in the terminals.