The CASSANDRA project aims to make container security more efficient and effective.
The project addresses the visibility needs of both business and government in the international flow of containerised cargo by developing a data sharing concept that allows an extended assessment of risks by both business and government.
From August, 24th to 25th, 2010 Bremerhaven was the venue of the 5th INTEGRITY Project management meeting. Representatives of all project partners met to discuss the current project status and the next steps to be taken.
The 3rd European Conference on ICT for Transport Logistics (ECITLÂ´10) will take place in Bremen on November, 4 â€“ 5 and is supported by the Minister for Economic Affairs and Ports of the Free Hanseatic City of Bremen.
The 4th INTEGRITY Newsletter informs you about recent developments of the project. Besides this it contains information about conferences and events concerning the topics transport and security. You can download it under "Public Download" on this site.
On Friday 11th June 2010 DP World, one of the worldâ€™s largest terminal operators, and the Consortium of the INTEGRITY project (Intermodal Global Door-to-door Container Supply Chain Visibility) signed a cooperation agreement.
On June 9th, 2010 Rainer MÃ¼ller, member of the Institute for Shipping Economics and Logistics Bremen, presented the EU-funded project INTEGRITY (Intermodal Global Door-to-door Container Supply Chain Visibility) at the â€œBremen Container Security Conferenceâ€ in Shanghai. The conference entitled â€œSolutions for Enhancing Container Security Worldwideâ€ was organised by the Ministry of Economic Affairs of the German Federal State of Bremen, the German Industry & Co. Ltd Shanghai and the German Logistics Association (BVL) and took place within the scope of the transport logistic China 2010 in Shanghai.
INTEGRITY (Intermodal Global Door-to-door Supply Chain Visibility) has achieved one of its major milestones. By using data from Container Security Devices (CSDs) the developed IT-platform SICIS (Shared Intermodal Container Information System) is now able to monitor container movements by merging data from CSDs and terminal messages.
Shenzhen, China, and Hong Kong were the destinations for the trip of a European INTEGRITY delegation to Asia from March 3rd to 5th. Visits to INTEGRITY partner companies which are based in Asia were scheduled among other issues.
In September 2009 INTEGRITY implemented its IT platform, the Shared Intermodal Container Information System SICIS. SICIS tracks containers along the entire logistics chain and registers all data and related events which are generated during the transport. SICIS regularly monitors the INTEGRITY consortium membersâ€™ containers from China to Europe. By the end of the project the aim is for several thousand containers to have been monitored by this IT platform.
From February, 2 to 3, 2010 Den Haag was the venue of the 4th INTEGRITY Project management meeting. Representatives of all project partners have met to discuss the current project status and the next steps which have to be done.
The 3rd INTEGRITY Newsletter informs you about recent developments of the project. Besides this it contains information about conferences and events concerning the topics transport and security. You can download it under "Public Download" on this site.
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INTEGRITY wins TRA Visions Senior Researcher Award
Final INTEGRITY Advisory Board meeting
SICIS reaches 5000 container goal
Terrestrial AIS data improves SICIS vessel tracking
Experts in logistics met at the "3rd European Conference on ICT for Transport Logistics" in Bremen, Germany