Discover the opportunities of infrastructural data for Brabant logistics hotspots during a LCB webinar on 17 September
Imagine that available data is able to contribute to a better traffic flow for business parks and cities and that camera recognition provides a better view of the transport of dangerous goods. Data is recorded via all kinds of systems and sensors, which is very relevant and valuable for and around the logistics hotspots in Brabant. With new techniques, more and more data can be recorded and made accessible. We also have options to convert the data into real time information.
On 17 September from 1:00 pm to 2:30 pm, the Logistics Community Brabant will present two projects in an online webinar that show how available infrastructure data is translated into valuable up-to-date information for road authorities, safety regions, logistics service providers and road users.
• DALI participants Sentors and Monotch will present the DALI project DATACLEP in which data from relevant sensors on the industrial estate of the Moerdijk Port and Industrial Area is made available in real time.
• And the Atlas Liveable City of Logistics Community Brabant visualizes how the infrastructure in Brabant is actually used and how the flow to and accessibility of locations can be improved. And digital in our case always means topical.
In addition to the project presentations in this webinar, there is also a panel discussion on how these projects can be applied more widely in Brabant.
Be informed about the possibilities of now and the near future!
You can register here for the online webinar from 17 September, 1:00 pm to 2:30 pm. A few days before the webinar you will receive the login details and the telephone number for asking questions via WhatsApp.
DALI testing ground
Under the name DALI (Data Science for Logistics Innovation), concrete applications of data science in the supply chain are realized on the basis of business cases. DALI is a testing ground for taking data certification in the logistics sector of the Southern Netherlands to a higher level and thus making the sector future-proof.
18 companies, including Monotch, participate in the DALI testing ground and have inserted their own business case. The aim of the DATACLEP collaborative project in DALI is to work with the port authority Moerdijk and the province of Noord-Brabant to also make Monotch’s data technology applicable for logistics hotspots. In DALI, Monotch strives to make an automated data platform of real-time data from sensors such as cameras, entrance gates and traffic lights nationwide available for end users such as motorists and customers of the port company.
If you have any questions about DALI and the DALI projects or if you have ideas to take datafication in the logistics and supply chain sector in the South of the Netherlands to a higher level, please contact Bas Groot via firstname.lastname@example.org.