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SSI updated 22 September 2010

 

SE1

Economics & Regulation

SE1.1

The Maritime Transport Market

SE1.1.1

S1.1.2

Port market developmentys and strategies

Key factors in the evolution of freight transport

SE1.1.3

Trade and transport Models

SE1.1.4

SE1.1.5

Effects of global recession on shipping

Impact of MARPOL emissions restrictions

SE1.2

Practices, trends and fiscal implications of publicly financing transport services and infrastructure


SE1.3


Maritime Governance

SE1.4

Regulatory Framework for Maritime and Intermodal Transport

SE1.4.1

Evolution of European Competition Policy Regulations for the Maritime Sector

SE1.4.2

Review of ‘monitoring’ Directive 2002/59/EC and associated initiatives

SE1.4..3

Interaction of international and national legislation for shipping safety and security

SE1.4.4

National variations on legal issues regarding trade, logistics and intermodal transport

SE1.5

EU Transport Policy Analysis


SE2

Maritime Transport and Logistics Developments

SE2.1

Trends in logistics and supply chain management

SE2.1.1

Review of logistics concepts adopted during the last decade

SE2.1.2

Guidelines for selecting strategically important logistic concepts

SE2.1.3

Supply chain integration and intelligent logistics - solutions and benefits

SE2.1.4

Case Studies

SE2.2

Maritime and intermodal transport developments

SE2.2.1

European Short Sea Shipping developments

SE2.2.2

Ports organisational and infrastructure strategies

SE2.2.3

Ship and fleet management processes

SE2.3
SE2.3.1
SE2.3.2

Maritime transport human resources and education & training
Study on European Seafarers
Port related training

SE2.4

Design and management of improved D2D Networks

SE2.5

Key Performance Indicators

SE2.6

The EU e-Freight initiative

SE2.7 The EU e-Maritime initiative

SE3

Safety Security and Sustainability Capabilities

SE3.1

European capabilities for safety and security

SE3.1.1

Maritime Operational Services (MOS)

SE3.1.2

Maritime Information Management (MIM)

SE3.1.3

Organisational restructuring requirements

SE3.1.4

Practicalities of using SSN and safety / security support systems in Latvia

SE3.2

Methods for assessing safety and security performance

SE3.2.1

Review of collision and grounding risk analysis methods

SE3.2.2

Evaluation of methods to estimate the consequence costs of an oil spill

SE3.2.3

Dynamic risk management methods – ship risk indexes

SE3.2.4

Case Studies

SE3.3

Sustainable Transport

SE3.3.1

Methods for calculating externalities

SE3.3.2

Emission trading schemes

SE3.3.3

Sustainability Perspectives on Marketing Maritime and Co-modal transport services

SE3.3.4

Corporate responsibility practices in a Ship & Logistics Operator -Acciona

SE3.3.5

Sustainable Intermodal Transport Services on the Atlantic Arc

SE4

Technology Forecasting and Assessment

SE4.1

Ship technologies

SE4.1.1

Navigation systems and e-navigation

SE4.1.2

Environmental technologies

SE4.2

Port technologies

SE4.2.1

Cargo Handling advances and new Facilities

SE4.2.2

Port Community Systems.

SE4.2.3

Safety and security support systems

SE4.2.4

Case Studies

SE4.3

Technologies deployed to improve visibility and risk management in supply chains

SE4.3.1

Overview of automated identification technologies – advantages and selection criteria

SE4.3.2

Drivers for the deployment of RFID (technological and cost advancements)

SE4.3.3

Sensor technology combined RFID to monitor shipments and transport units

SE4.3.4

Practical examples and experiences of visibility systems deployments

SE4.4

ICT developments for Integrated D2D freight transport services

SE4.4.1

Standardisation of D2D stakeholder information exchange messages

SE4.4.2

Service Reliability Control Centres monitoring electronically transported cargoes

SE4.5

Co-modal Transport 2030–Major challenges and opportunities

 

 
 
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