Universitat Politecnica de Valencia (UPV) is a dynamic, innovative, public institution, dedicated to research and teaching that keeps strong ties with the social environment in which its activities are performed and, simultaneously, has an important presence abroad. Today, over 39,000 members integrate our academic community: 35,000 of these are students, 2,387 are teachers and 1,593 belong to administration. UPVLC includes 15 faculty centres: ten schools, three faculties, and two higher polytechnic schools (Alcoy and Gandia), and five associated institutions. UPV contribution to PIXEL will come from the Distributed Real Time Systems Lab (DRTSL) which belongs to the Communications Department. The department is composed of several research groups whose activities include a big number of fields within ICT, such as: Internet of Things, mobile communications, distributed real time systems, or broadband networks. You can see a short UPV presentation here.
Created in 2014 and supported by Nouvelle-Aquitaine region, CATIE (Centre Aquitain des Technologies de l’Information et Électroniques) is a center for technologic transfer specialized in digital technologies. With a mission to provide support for Nouvelle-Aquitaine’s companies in the process of adopting and integrating digital technologies, it completes regional initiatives by focusing on the transfer needs.
CATIE has a multidisciplinary approach and focuses on SME’s needs through three fields of action : human factors and cognition, information technology (including Big Data and Artificial Intelligence) and digital systems (electronical, software and industrial dimensions).
CATIE’s missions are achieved through research and transfer programs, but also through the implementation of technological plateforms. There are currently three of them : 6TRON to support companies in the development of IoT solutions, HUBCHAIN to reach a better understanding of the blockchain technology and SNASA to spread knowledge on numerical simulation.
A French marine & coastal consultancy services company for the development, the preservation and the restoration of sensitive coastal areas. Creocean helps public & private sectors improving their knowledge and management efficiency of the coastal & marine environment by providing high value science-based services, using the latest technology and methods available. It provides a global approach to integrate the environmental component into the development projects:  Marine habitat mapping / Sensitivity mapping and Marine biodiversity studies,  Environmental Baseline Studies (EBS) and Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA),  Mitigation measures & Ecological compensation,  Monitoring and Coastal Zone Management,  Research & Development
SDAG is the company that manages, on behalf of the municipality of Gorizia, the intermodal and logistic premises located in Gorizia, on the border between Italy and Slovenia. The system is placed at the meeting point between several traffic axes, to and from the Countries of Central and Eastern Europe, in proximity of the Eastern Adriatic ports system and Trieste Airport. Through the new A34 motorway (Villesse-Gorizia), the system is directly connected to the Italian motorway network both westwards (Venice – Milan – Bologna), and northwards (Austria and Bavaria). The H4 motorway Razdrto-Vtojba connects the terminal with the major Slovene roads towards Ljubljana.
SDAG logistic complex includes the Truck Terminal, the S.Andrea Frontier Station and the Intermodal Terminal and covers a surface of 600,000 square metres, offering a wide range of services to logistics and transport sector. In particular, the Truck Terminal has been set up to fulfil the function of a service centre for goods, for the storage and the consolidation of loads, while the S.Andrea frontier station constitutes a modern and well equipped system for offering stop-over services to heavy traffic. The Intermodal Terminal is located on the Gorizia-Nova Gorica international line, connecting Gorizia railway station to Vrtojba railway station; it comprises approximately 38,500 square metres of paved, fenced and well-lighted yards, equipped with a security system to monitor entries and exits. Five internal railway tracks totalling an operational linear length of over 1,750 metres connect with the 3,000-square-metre intermodal warehouse, equipped with a 25-ton bridge crane and 5-ton fork-lifts. You can see a short into here.
The Port Network Authority of the Eastern Adriatic Sea is a public body having as its primary task to direct, plan, coordinate, promote and control port operations and commercial and industrial activities in the ports of Trieste and Monfalcone.
Located at the intersection between the Baltic-Adriatic and Mediterranean TEN-T core network corridors, the ports of Trieste and Monfalcone are an international hub for overland and sea trade with the dynamic market of Central and Eastern Europe, and the second top ranking Italian port network authority for total throughout, with more than 57 million tons (2020).
PEOPLE (formerly named iPEOPLE) is a startup company established in London in 2016. We are supporting the Transportation and Logistics sector in two domains.
The first domain focuses on eco-innovation and cost-efficient freight transport, by deploying Light Weight Design Techniques for innovative means of transport. The second domain focuses on enhanced collaboration and integration within the transportation chain, by developing Information Technology products and services for efficient transfer of information throughout the supply chain.
PEOPLE designs, develops and operates a new type of Intermodal Container and an Innovative IoT Platform for Intermodal Containers & Rail cars Tracing, Monitoring and Analytics. The platform is consisted of a well-designed hardware as well as a user-friendly and efficient software.