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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STORM Stakeholder Workshop:Future trends and challenges in freight and logistics and impact on policies

STORM Stakeholder Workshop:Future trends and challenges in freight and logistics and impact on policies Concept STORM will provide insights from recent research outputs on challenges and needs of the freight sector and logistics area, utilization of novel data sources and future polices. The main objective of the workshop is to collect feedback from EU level […]

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STORM’s CTH team is participating on the 10th hEART symposium, June 1-3, Leuven, Belgium

STORM’s CTH team is participating on 10th hEART symposium, June 1-3, Leuven, Belgium STORM colleagues, Prof. Frances Sprei, Prof. Sonia Yeh and Dr. Wasim Shoman are participating on the the 10th hEART conference, June 1-3, Leuven, Belgium with a paper entitled: “Data needs and challenges for planning electric charging infrastructure for road freight” Program of […]

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Dedicated STORM project results presentation session during 2022 IEEE Smart Cities Symposium

Dedicated STORM project results presentation session during 2022 IEEE Smart Cities Symposium Conference topics and STORM session presentations The Smart Cities Symposium Prague 2022 (the seventh annual conference) aims on exchange of ideas and best practices in the field of Smart cities. It covers whole range of topics, from the system point of view, through […]

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D2.1 Assessment of new needs and knowledge analysis gaps, defining requirements for analysis methods and data

D2.1 Assessment of new needs and knowledge analysis gaps, defining requirements for analysis methods and data Summary This report has the objective of identifying trends, knowledge needs, policy analysis needs and the potential roles and possibilities for new modelling for freight transport in the EU. A literature review of developments in freight transport was conducted, […]

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Workshop on Energy Systems Modelling for Integrated Network Planning

Workshop on Energy Systems Modelling for Integrated Network Planning On 8th of April was held a hybrid Workshop on Energy Systems and Modeling for Integrated Network planning, organized by Copenhagen School of Energy Infrastructure. Over the workshop, there were discussed recent scientific developments grouped into three sessions under to topic: Integrated Energy Systems, Energy Efficiency […]

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STORM Paper # 2 Hydrogen technology is unlikely to play a major role in sustainable road transport

STORM Paper # 2 Hydrogen technology is unlikely to play a major role in sustainable road transport Hydrogen technology is unlikely to play a major role in sustainable road transport Patrick Plötz ABSTRACT: Road transport remains dominated by fossil fuels. Transport is responsible for about one-quarter of all energy-related greenhouse gas emissions and about 72% […]

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