D4.2 Proposals for integrated strategic assessment methods and models

D4.2 Proposals for integrated strategic assessment methods and models Summary Current freight transport modelling approaches might be able to represent pathways of low carbon technologies adoption according to Paris goals.However, they are not able to represent the impact of structural system change in achieving decarbonization goals. This report first provides a literature review on freight […]

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D4.1 Analysis framework for decision-support/assessment and intervention tools at the operational level

D4.1 Analysis framework for decision-support/assessment and intervention tools at the operational level Summary The deliverable presents a methodology to apply new synthesized data for heavy-duty or long-haul truck (LHT) movements to allocate an alternative fuel vehicle technology, i.e., fast and slow stationary charging, infrastructure network for heavy-duty vehicles in Europe. Many recent studies reflect on […]

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STORM project participated in DG LOGIC Africa boot-camp in Helsinki

STORM project participated in DG LOGIC Africa boot-camp in Helsinki On 15 December 2022, STORM project coordinator Dr. Yancho Todorov participated in a Bootcamp organized by DG LOGIC, Africa project in Helsinki. Over the day he has been helping African logistics start-ups to solve various challenges and exchanging experience from the European landscape and STORM project. […]

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STORM in Transport Research Arena 2022

STORM in Transport Research Arena 2022 STORM project has prepared two sessions in TRA2022 STORM project participated over TRA2022 together with other 15 EU funded projects over the ALICE’s Logistics Innovations Village. We had the chance to meet and discuss our project developments with colleagues and interested parties over the STORM table, as well as […]

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Data Set: Public charging facility requirements for long-haul trucks in the EU: a trip chain approach

Data Set: Public charging facility requirements for long-haul trucks in the EU: a trip chain approach Abstract of the research This research presents a trip chain-based model that evaluates the long haul electric truck (LBET)’s charging requirements in the year 2030 for the European continent. Following EU truck driver regulations, the research converts a four-step […]

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WP 4 Meeting in Prague, October 2023

WP 4 Meeting in Prague, October 2023 The works in WP4 – Assessment of new methods and models for freight and logistics are progressing. STORM colleagues from VTT, Mehdi Jahangir Samet, Fraunhofer, Jonathan Köhler and Clemens Brauer and CTH, Tomas Horak, Katarina Pithartova and Pavel Varacha, have met for the first time on 02 October […]

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D2.2 Defining requirements for analysis methods and data for case studies

D2.2 Defining requirements for analysis methods and data for case studies Summary These three case studies are intended to provide examples to show how some of the main analysis needs identified in D2.1 might be addressed. In terms of data analysis, they cover different combinations of data. Case study 1 on electric goods vehicle charging […]

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D3.1 Status report on the review of new data sources and methods

D3.1 Status report on the review of new data sources and methods Summary This deliverable is part of WP3 within the STORM project. The deliverable provides a literature review of the state-of-the-art and the current knowledge gaps for Big Data analytics, methods and algorithms in the freight sector. The deliverable also reviews relevant applications and […]

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STORM will participate in Transport Research Arena 2022, Lisbon, Portugal

STORM will participate in Transport Research Arena 2022, Lisbon, Portugal STORM project will participate on Transport Research Arena 2022 in Lisbon, between 14-17 November, 2022. Our team has two regular papers accepted: Transformation in freight transport: New analysis requirements and potential modelling approaches, Jonathan Köhler, Clemens Brauer, Fraunhofer ISI A Review of Big Data in […]

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STORM with two papers on 35th edition of the International Electric Vehicle Symposium & Exhibition, June 11-15, Oslo, Norway

STORM with two papers on 35th edition of the International Electric Vehicle Symposium & Exhibition, June 11-15, Oslo, Norway STORM colleagues, will participate with two papers in 35th edition edition of the International Electric Vehicle Symposium & Exhibition, June 11-15, Oslo, Norway. Our colleagues Patrick Plötz and Daniel Speth from Faunhofer ISI will present a […]

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