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Interoperability and Standardisation of Data Sharing Tools Tackling the Constraints of the Global Supply Chains Through Data Sharing Instruments. FENIX Project Successfully Comes to an End!
On the 8th of February 2023, FENIX hosted public authorities, institutional representatives and business representatives at Procter & Gamble’s InQbet Campus in Grimbergen, Brussels, at an open-doors event before the project finishes its four-year journey at the end of the month. The FENIX consortium used the opportunity to showcase the project’s results at their eleven pilot sites. The final event was chaired by Mr Sergio Barbarino, Research Fellow at Procter & Gamble, and included an introductory speech by the P&G Vice President. A number of other high-level representatives and decision makers were in attendance including Mr Szymon Oscislowski, Deputy Head of Unit of DG MOVE Unit D1, who gave his overview of the project; representatives from the Italian and Greek Transport Ministries; and the Officer for Europe from the United Nations Economic Commission, who also addressed the gathering. Dr Eusebiu Catana, Senior Manager of Innovation & Deployment at ERTICO as the Project Coordinator of the FENIX Project, presented the project’s main features and most representative achievements.
On the 9th of February the project held its final General Assembly which was attended by representatives of the 42 partners providing an overview of the project’s results and outputs aiming to support the digitization of Logistics actors in Supply Chain domains.
Mr Philippos Philippou, eBOS Technologies R&D Senior Project Manager participated in both events emphasizing the role and contribution of eBOS Technologies in the project leveraging its wide expertise in digital technologies and participation in the integration-related activities, which adapt, improve and integrate the technology building blocks of the FENIX federated ecosystem.
FENIX originated in the work and recommendations of the European Commission’s Digital Transport and Logistic Forum (DTLF). This project is co-financed by the ‘Connecting Europe Facility of the European Union’ under grant agreement No INEA/CEF/TRAN/M2018/1793401. It promises to bring technological innovation and digitalisation to Transport & Logistics stakeholders by developing the very first European federated Architecture for data sharing along the nine Trans-European Network (Ten-T) corridors.