Future logistics will be founded on a global open system of systems enabling assets and resources in logistics networks to be interconnected facilitating their use to the maximum capacity and productivity while increasing agility and resilience of supply chains.
We call this vision the Physical Internet (PI) and it will support the affordable transition of assets towards Zero Emission Logistics.
VIL organizes a break-out session during imec’s Future Summits on May 18. This session illustrates how VIL and the logistics stakeholders closely collaborate and join forces to make Flanders the first region where this view will be turned into a reality.
Flanders Meeting & Convention Center Antwerp
Koningin Astridplein 22
|11:45||Lunch / Demo Exhibition / Networking|
|13:50||Plenary session: Data spaces in Europe and Flanders
Panelist Eric Verlinden, Manager Research – VIL
|15:00||Physical Internet as a catalyst for Zero Emission Logistics
Kris Neyens, Manager Internationalisation – VIL
|15:20||Physical Internet and Data Spaces: next-gen of freight transport solutions
Tomas Ambra, Domain Lead Freight Transport & Logistics – imec
|15:40||Artificial Intelligence for forecasting: 25% cost reduction
Dirk Jocquet, Project Leader – VIL
|16:20||Unlocking static and hidden contract data with artificial intelligence to turn it into manageable, actionable and valuable decision-making information
Dominique Kindt, Managing Director – With
|16:40||How AI can predict and optimize supply chains
Manu Lindekens, CIO – GIS International
Ilse Espino Barros, Data Quality Officer – GIS International
|17:00||Closing and network Drink|
Register for the VIL break-out on May 18
Thanks to the collaboration with imec, there is a reduced fee when registering through VIL: 105 euros instead of 160 euros.
If you wish to attend the full 2-day Future Summits imec event, please register at futuresummits.com
Registrations are closed.