NWO (the Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research) funds top researchers, steers the
course of Dutch science by means of research programmes and by managing the national knowledge infrastructure.
Commit2Data is a multi-year Dutch national research and innovation program on the basis of
Public Private Collaboration (Publiek-Private Samenwerking - PPS), aimed on cross-sectoral co-operation on big data aspects.
TKI Dinalog (Top consortium Knowledge and Innovation) is the cooperation
within which Dinalog, TNO and NWO act jointly to boost innovation in logistics in the Netherlands.
CIENA gives support to the Global Future Internet Research Infrastructures with 100 Gb/s
connectivity equipment and supports secure massive network data transport developments utilizing software defined networking and virtualisation (WP2).
Air France KLM supports the project with in kind hours and the KLM Field Lab (WP2, WP4.2).
They will involve also other parties from the Schiphol freight community, like Cargonaut.
Thales will take part in the definition and realization of secure digital marketplace framework
Smart City Amsterdam shares the Amsterdam Arena facilities and give access to data on
mobility patterns in the city of Amsterdam (WP2, WP4)
BiZZdesign provides an architectural - and process modelling tool for description of the blueprint (WP3).
Oracle Nederland BV is an IT-provider with a strategic involvement in logistic
business cases on smart trade & logistics. They will provide valuable input in WP4.1.
Transfides is a logistic service provider with an innovative product (app for bundling of cargo) in
EVOfenedex is the Dutch community of shippers. They will represent and mobilise this part of the
University of Amsterdam (UvA)is a Dutch public university in Amsterdam, the
Netherlands. The UvA Systems and Networking Lab conducts research on leading-edge computer systems of all scales, ranging from global-scale
systems and networks to embedded devices.
TNO enables business and government to apply knowledge in the Netherlands. As an organisation regulated by
public law, TNO is independent: not part of any government, university or company. The TNO ICT-Unit has the ambition to help its clients to achieve complex
digital transformations, using its knowledge of technology, policy and business models.