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Subject:European Grouping Sees Data Sharing as the Way Forward for Logistics Projects

UROPE – After three years of research and development the Shared European Logistics Intelligent Information Space (SELIS) will be brought to a close. The principals say this is a successful outcome producing collaborative, open and cloud-based intelligence platform that encapsulates built-in industry knowledge. Given the input of such freight industry luminaries as DHL, the Port of Rotterdam and A.P. Moller - Maersk, one would hope that is indeed the case.

A total of thirty seven different partners have been involved in the €17 million flagship European Commission-funded research project and part of the EC’s €77 billion Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme. The idea is to provide a trusted data sharing environment for all logistics stakeholders, enhanced by innovative big data analytics that support pattern recognition and predictive algorithms over a massive quantity of supply chain data.

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