Boosting impact generation from research and innovation on integrated freight transport and Logistics system
BOOSTLOG Vision is transforming European freight transport and logistics R&I ecosystem to perform optimally boosting impact generation out of R&I investment contributing to:
- EU policy objectives towards climate neutrality, pollution, congestion and noise reduction, free movement of goods, internal security, digital transformation of logistics chains and data sharing logistics ecosystems; and
- companies' sustainability and competitiveness generating value for society.
BOOSTLOG has identified four main areas of action:
- increase visibility and support valorisation of R&I project results, outcomes and implementation Cases in the freight transport and logistics field;
- develop and implement valorisation strategies and guidelines to speed up the technological and organisational innovation uptake, including the creation of the Innovation Marketplace and issue recommendations to increase the impact of R&I public funding;
- define high potential & priority R&I gaps to make efficient uses of R&I investments; and
- strengthen R&I impacts communication and stakeholder engagement in the innovation process.
- map and assess around 150 EU-funded R&D since FP5 in different freight transport and logistics domains (i.e. the Logistics Clouds);
- increase the visibility of projects main results, outputs and potential implementation cases through ALICE Knowledge Platform;
- develop at least 8 comprehensive and industry actionable reports starting with: a) urban logistics, b) logistics nodes, c) multimodal freight, corridors & transport networks d) freight and logistics data sharing, e) logistics coordination & collaboration;
- modularization and transhipment to share progress made and highlight the impact achieved through R&I projects;
- develop valorisation strategies and guidelines for public R&I uptake;
- create the reference innovation marketplace for R&I uptake; and
- identify high priority and potential R&I gaps that need to be prioritised in future R&I actions.