The Intelligent Cargo Concept in the European Project EURIDICE
published: Nov. 24, 2010, recorded: October 2010, views: 62
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The presentation will describe the Intelligent Cargo Concept as it has been implemented in the Euridice project. First will be presented the challenges in the logistics industry that led to the project, then will be presented the approach that Euridice used to address such challenges and to approach the market. The Intelligent Cargo capabilities will be described: capable of autonomous decisions (1), capable to start processes (2), capable to monitor and register its status (3), capable to grant access to services (4), capable to detect its context (5), capable to identify itself (6). Finally the architectural approach and a description of the platform and pilot application implemented with special attention to the design decisions tha have been taken. the presentation will end with the results achieved so far and the open issues.
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