Intelligent Research Infrastructure for Shipping, Supply chain, Transport and Logistics.
EN.I.R.I.S.S.T. is funded by the Greek General Secretariat of Research and Technology aiming at formulating a business intelligent platform in Shipping, Transport, Logistics and Supply chain management, that will combine business analytics, visualization techniques and technology advanced knowledge, innovation processes, by offering high quality research services to users from different countries, including the peripheral and outermost regions of Europe.


MaaS4EU aims to provide quantifiable evidence, frameworks and tools, to remove the barriers and enable a cooperative and interconnected EU single transport market for the Mobility-as-a-Service (MaaS) concept, by addressing challenges under four pillars: 1. Business, 2.End-Users, 3.Technology, and 4. Policy. Its duration is 36 months (June 2017 to May 2020). 18 partners participate from Greece, Belgium, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Germany, Italy, U.K. and Hungary.


OPTIMUM is an on-going EU funded project (Horizon 2020) that aims to establish a largely scalable, distributed architecture for the management and processing of multisource big-data, enabling continuous monitoring of transportation systems needs and proposing proactive decisions and actions in an (semi-) automatic way. Its duration is 28 months, starting from March 2015. 18 partners participated from Greece, Belgium, Portugal, Slovenia, Serbia, Austria, U.K. and Hungary.

Personalised Smart Travel Services on Urban Environments

USMART envisaged developing a suit of novel smart mobility services (iServices) based on mobile technology to support city residents and visitors/tourists to reach their final destination in the most efficient and suitable way using public and/or private transportation means. Two pilot case studies took place: the first one concerned the validation of the UMove app and the estimation of advanced behavioural econometric models; while the second one concerned the deployment of the iServices during actual mega city events in Athens, Greece and Haifa, Israel. Duration: August 2014-September 2015.


GReTIA created a comprehensive green transport policy, research and development action plan for Aegean island areas, accounting for the unique characteristics and growth prospects of the area in its multiple dimensions. Data collection included network and use data that characterized living and traveling environments, surveys for residents and tourists, and atmospheric pollution data. Advanced integrated discrete and latent variable choice models for both tourists and residents to simulate their travel behavior were developed. Environmental and economic models to analyze and evaluate the impact of green transport policies were also developed. The final product was a policy platform which includes environmental analysis, travel simulation, and economic analysis. Duration 47 months (January 2012- November 2015).

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