The COREALIS project, funded by EU H2020 programme, worked on the topic of the Port of the Future from May 2018 till the project end in April 2021. During this time, COREALIS team worked towards the vision of the Port of the Future by proposing a strategic, innovative framework, supported by disruptive technologies, including Internet of Things (IoT), data analytics, next generation traffic management and emerging 5G networks, for cargo ports to handle upcoming and future capacity, traffic, efficiency and environmental challenges.
With a total budget of 5.1 million Euros funding by the European Commission, 17 partners from 10 European and associated Countries worked together and joined their expertise to contribute to the vision of a more environmentally friendly, socially sustainable and financially viable port of the Future.The proposed beyond state-of-the-art innovations, targeted to increase efficiency and optimize land use, while being financially viable, respecting circular economy principles and being of service to the urban environment. These innovations were implemented and tested in real operating conditions in 5 Living Labs, namely Piraeus port, Valencia port, Antwerp port, Livorno port and Haminakotka port.
COREALIS Final Conference was held virtually on the 23rd of April 2021, via the GoToWebinar online platform so as to secure all participants’ safety and health. The conference was well attended, reaching 145 participants.