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Innovative Technologies, Optimisation and Green Transition: new challenges for digital and sustainable Ports and Terminals 

16th December, 10:00am - 11:30am CET


Ensuring simplification, automation and innovation of rail, logistic and customs procedures by implementing physical and IT integration within the supply chain. 

Challenges in Terminals and Ports regards the digitalisation of road procedure and the automation of gates operations, real-time information, sharing in advance all documents: these are the key to the optimisation of rail and road flows between seaports and inland destinations, while the implementation of interoperability and data security standards within the European transport network is the driving force required to build a reliable technical environment.

Session Agenda

Panel Moderator: Alexio Picco, Managing Director, Circle Group


Welcome addresses and Openings

Laura Ghio, Director of the Port Planning and Labour Department, Western Ligurian Sea Port Authority

Digitalisation of road logistics processes within ports and new challenges of gate automation

Emanuele Profice, Planning and Development Dept - EU Policy Office - Ports of Genoa


Optimization and automated management of logistics-port processes through the integration of systems
Renato Rosicarelli, Enterprise and Solution Architect, digITAlog SpA

Truck Appointment System: an innovative tool for innovation in process and communications terminal activities
Claudia Caballini, Researcher, Politecnico di Torino (POLITO)


Certification and Validation of goods inside the terminal: the process of the "Notarization" of the Interchange document

Luca Abatello, CEO, Circle Group


Optimisation, Digital Twin in Terminal Area – Tebets project

Veronica Asta, Founder, OPTIMeasy

Q&A and Closing Remarks

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