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Anfangsjahr : 2017 Titel : Electronic exchange of ETA information Programme : CEF Programme Status : Laufende

Project objectives and consortium

 

ELETA is a co-financed project under Connecting Europe Facility (CEF), launched in September 2017, which aims to demonstrate the advantages of exchanging the Estimated Time of Arrival (ETA) data within the whole rail supply chain management.

ELETA, which is the acronym for “Electronic Exchange of ETA information” scopes 12 selected intermodal transport relations, which are operated by the Combined Transport operators CEMAT (Italy), Hupac (Netherlands), Inter Ferry Boat (Belgium), Kombiverkehr (Germany) and Rail Cargo Operator (Austria).

The project is the result of an agreement of the rail sector to provide information on Estimated Time of Arrival (ETA) to their contract partners, including terminals and intermodal operators under the protection of confidentiality clauses.

ELETA should encourage and facilitate the efforts developed by the sector, but also by Member States and the European institutions to overcome legal, operational and technical obstacles in the electronic exchange of ETA information. The duration of the project is 24 months and its budget amounts 2.8 million euro. The project is coordinated by UIRR and Koninklijk Nederlands Vervoer (KNV).

Preparatory activities in the period between submission of the application and the official starting date 1 September 2017 have been conducted in close cooperation with Rail Net Europe (RNE) and in liaison with the terminals, infrastructure managers and railway undertakings directly involved.

ELETA’s partners will work together with stakeholders through the ETA taskforce and specific events such as Rail Freight Day (7th December 2017, Vienna) where the first outcomes will be presented. The project partners will establish an External Expert Advisory Board, composed of experts interested in sharing their knowledge on the ETA developments.

 

Workshop on ETA development - Frankfurt - 22.02.2018

 

The ELETA consortium organised an 'ETA event' on the 22nd February in Frankfurt The following ETA topics were presented and discussed during a workshop and the ELETA advisory board: current best practices and experiences, legal context, integration of terminals, interfaces, train identification and ETA concepts and calculations.

 

Speaker Presentation
Mr. Ad Toet ELETA
Mr. Jaco van Meijeren Smart Rail
Mr. Chris Wensink Smart Rail
Mr. Aldo Croci Hupac
Mrs. Suzanne Smit HaRold
Mr. Lars Deiterding HaCon
Mr. Sigried Nierichlo DBNetze Part 1 - Part 2
Mr. Pascal Schnitzius DUSS
Mr. Mickael Varga ERA

 

Workshop on the digital transformation in Road-Rail Combined Transport - Brussels - 13.04.2018

 

In cooperation with the ELETA consortium, UIRR oganised a workshop on the digital transformation in Combined Transport. More than 30 participants attended this event to exchange views on the asset management, master data/documents and information sharing.

 

Speaker Presentation
Mr. Eric Feyen | UIRR Roadmap for an effective digital transformation in Combined Transport
Mr. Stfan Christian Hofstetter | SBB Cargo Digital transformation of Freight Trains
Mr. Ghislain Burnand | Ermewa Smart wagons and telematics
Mrs. Lia Potec | EC DG MOVE EC initiatives on e-papers and other digital projects
Mr. Niklas Galonske | HaCon Rail Freight Location Portal
Mr. Magnus Wagner | LIS Information Exchange between Forwarders and Railway Stakeholders
Mr. Jaco Bruijnes | Den Hartogh Logistics Digitalisation of the Chemical Logistics
Mr. Petr Kroca | OLTIS Digital Transport and Logistics in Focus of the EC and with Support of EU Funds
Mr. Ad Toet | KNV ELETA project
Mrs. Mariane ter Veen | iShare Added-Value of IShare in Data Sharing
Mr. Marian Pufahl | Synfioo ETA calculations in a multimodal context
Mr. Tomasz Dowgielewicz | Marlo Preparing the European CT Community for Parcel Based Logistics (Physical Internet)

 

 

1. Best practices and experiences.

a. Smart Rail - Jaco van Meijeren

b. Smart Rail - Chris Wensink

c. Hupac – Aldo Croci

d. Lars Deiterding/ Niklas Galonski - Hacon

e. Suzanne Smit – HaRold

f. Pascal Schnitzius – DUSS

g. Mickael Varga - ERA

2. Legal context

3. Terminals linked to TIS.

4. Interfaces.

5. Unique train numbers.

6. Estimated Time of Arrival.

7. Any other business.

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1. Best practices and experiences.

a. Smart Rail - Jaco van Meijeren

b. Smart Rail - Chris Wensink

c. Hupac – Aldo Croci

d. Lars Deiterding/ Niklas Galonski - Hacon

e. Suzanne Smit – HaRold

f. Pascal Schnitzius – DUSS

g. Mickael Varga - ERA

2. Legal context

3. Terminals linked to TIS.

4. Interfaces.

5. Unique train numbers.

6. Estimated Time of Arrival.

7. Any other business.

Entsprechende Dokumente
ELETA Präsentation EN
ELETA in der Presse EN
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