Partners: Sponsor, Private and Knowledge

Sponsoring Organizations

  • 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.

Private    Partners

  • 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 (WP2).
  • 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 the market. 
  • EVOfenedex is the Dutch community of shippers. They will represent and mobilise this part of the logistic communities. 

Knowledge           Partners

  • 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.