Baltic.AirCargo.Net

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Baltic.AirCargo.Net
Projektleitung Gunnar Prause , Prof. Dr. math.
Kürzel
Projektbeginn 10. Juni 2010
Projektabschluss 10. September 2013
Projektpartner Partner aus DE, EE, FI, SE, LT, LV, BY, UK
Projektbeteiligte Anatoli Beifert ,, Laima Gerlitz , M.A.; M.A./M.Sc.
Projektmittel 311175678 €
Mittelgeber Baltic Sea Region Programme 2007 - 2013, ERDF / ENPI
Fakultät(en) Fakultät für Wirtschaftswissenschaften
Forschungsschwerpunkte(e) Produktentwicklung, IT-Systeme und Medien
Hyperlink http://www.balticaircargo.net/

Inhalt

Baltic.AirCargo.Net is addressing the improvement of the air cargo transport sector by service oriented ICT-methods and processing logistic network.

The project aims at enhancing the operating environment in the air cargo sector in the Baltic Sea Region and beyond, by providing complex measures that accommodate the demand for air transport in an optimal way to regional airfreight stakeholders. The air cargo sector will be planned and optimized for an optimal mix with other transport modes and relevant characteristics and economic realities. We aim to increase the capacity of the region airports through improved usability, functionality and accessibility of the ICT network in the air-cargo sector the capacity of regional airports increases. The Baltic.AirCargo.Net project integrates also the air cargo issues in the agenda of common transport strategy of the Baltic Sea Region by increasing the interoperability of political and transport related networks.

The project is led by Wismar University and will provide a complex analysis of the current situation on airfreight transport market in the BSR, associated infrastructural and operational needs of the regional airports, their prospects for future development and their possible role in the global network of air cargo supply chain. Furthermore, an innovative air cargo transport information system in / between the participating project regions (airport, hinterland) will be developed and implemented. Pilot business actions will explore the air cargo market with a focus on regional development.