Dr Eusebiu Catana, the 5G-LOGINNOV project coordinator, has joined today the Plenary meeting of the 5G Infrastructure Association to present the 5G project and its progress in the field.
Dr Catana remarked how ports and connected supply chains are essential for the European economy, considering that about 74% of goods are transported via seaports of the continent. 5G-LOGINNOV applies the potential of 5g technologies to ports, freight and logistic supply chain, aiming to ensure port areas and city-ports can handle upcoming and future capacity, cope with traffic congestion and environmental challenges. In three trial sites located in Koper (Slovenia), Athens (Greece) and Hamburg (Germany), 5GLOGINNOV supports the deployment of the latest technologies available to optimise intelligent hubs and logistics.
You can download Dr Catana’s presentation by clicking here.