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October 14, 2020

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Project to build an international logistics corridor between the ports of La Spezia and Casablanca

The pilot initiative is carried out as part of the project EU-funded FENIX

The ports of Spezia and Casablanca will be closer thanks to an initiative planned under the FENIX project (A European FEderated Network of Information eXchange in Logistics), co-financed under the European Connecting Europe programme Facility (CEF), which covers the themes of digitisation in the logistics and transport. Between the two port ports, in fact, it is expected to intensify trade with the EU the construction of an international logistics corridor, a project that involves the Port System Authority of the Ligurian Sea Eastern, implementing mody of the Ministry of Infrastructure and FENIX project, as well as the Tarros group and Circle.

The first phase of the pilot project for the International Fast & Secure Trade Lane was finalised in the days Past. The project is particularly concerned with the exchange of data all the players involved in the logistics corridor and interoperability of information systems in ports Spice and Casablanca. In addition, the project, by virtue of Memorandum of Understanding signed between the AdSP of Liguria Moroccan Agence Nationale des Ports (ANP), casablanca and Tarros Maroc terminal, and aims to simplify and integrate information flows Internet of Things (IoT) usage, as well as the use of the Internet of Things (IoT) progressively harmonize and digitize document flows among the different players involved by also leveraging innovative tools blockchain and artificial intelligence.

The project also relies on antennas, seals, readers such as "material" tools that speed up Operations. The antennas located near the gates ports, both inbound and outbound, allow detection automatic radio frequency of the RFID seals placed on the container, checking the accesses. The Long Range reader operating UHF band, capable of handling two antennas at the same time, provides a wide range of reading. On containers loaded on trucks are present instead the Internet of Things seals (eSeals), installed these days by the Tarros and Circle group, at the an RFID electronic component is inserted into the interior, which, through a numbered sequence, allows it to be immediately identification, allowing you to understand if it's an input (export) or output (import). Communicating with each other, antennas, readers and seals allow direct access to the terminal. The photocell located at the port gate is able, in fact, to detect numbering corresponding to the seal, identifying the bubble cancelling out possible control slowdowns and/or inspection.

AdSP, Tarros Group and Circle are also carrying out activities necessary to ensure the early exchange of documents at the port of arrival before the ship departs, as well as exploit the advanced tools of customs digitisation Customs and Monopoly Agency. In recent days, in In particular, it was developed, by AdSP, the system which allows you to interconnect the computer platforms in use in the ports of Spezia and Casablanca, as well as the other players involved in the international corridor.

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